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Re: cfservd memory/file handle leak?

From: Brian E. Seppanen
Subject: Re: cfservd memory/file handle leak?
Date: Thu, 22 Sep 2005 13:16:29 -0400 (EDT)

On Thu, 22 Sep 2005, Paul Krizak wrote:

It appears that cfservd is leaking file handles and (possibly) memory. I ran cfagent -qB on 1225 hosts twice in a 24-hour period (~12 hrs between each run) and cfservd is now using over 120M of memory and is using 3705 file descriptors. When it reaches the shell limit of 4096 file descriptors, cfservd locks and refuses to accept more connections, though the process does not die.

Has anybody else experienced this? I hate to take the windoze approach and just restart cfservd every morning.

I've seen the growth of memory utilization, I've also see it stop taking connections after a certain point.. I've seen this with 2.1.10 and still with 2.1.13. I'm not planning on going to 2.1.15 until I have my environment a bit more under control. Right now I have cfagent kill cfservd every night at midnight. It then restarts it later in the morning after backups and whatnot are done.

Brian Seppanen

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