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Re: processes state "sokva"
On Fri, Nov 14, 2008 at 09:19:52PM -0600, Al - Image Hosting Services wrote:
> I have been running several servers with lighttpd on them and it hasn't
> been a problem until lately. The process enters into a state of "sokva". I
> think this means that it is running out of memory for socket buffers. I
> tried building a kernel with: "option SOSEND_NO_LOAN", and although now it
> didn't give me a state of "sokva", some processes stopped responding. I
> built another kernel with:
> options MAXFILES=16384
> options NMBCLUSTERS=20480
> options DFLDSIZ=402653184
> options SHMMAXPGS=8192
> options SYSVMSG
> options SYSVSEM
> options SYSVSHM
> options MSGMNB=16384
> options MSGSSZ=64
> options MSGTQL=512
> But I commented out option SOSEND_NO_LOAN.
> I switched to apache, and still I was getting some processes that have a
> state of "sokva". I then "sysctl -w kern.somaxkva=33554432", it has not
> done it since then, but I haven't been pushing it as hard as I was.
> I think it could be that my kernel config caused this, or I wonder if
> there could be a mbufs memory leak. Any ideas?
How much network load do you have ? You may well have a too low
kern.somaxkva for your workload ...
Manuel Bouyer <bouyer%antioche.eu.org@localhost>
NetBSD: 26 ans d'experience feront toujours la difference
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