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From Daan Hoogland <>
Subject Re: growing #threads problem
Date Tue, 11 Apr 2017 11:11:42 GMT
Nproc == -1 , both soft and hard so unless this is inherited from VMs in nested environments
this can’t be the problem

Also no strange unexpected exceptions found, only failed connections to hosts during startup
and environment configuration.

On 11/04/17 12:01, "Koushik Das" <> wrote:

    Check the MS logs to see if there are OOM exceptions due to threads not available. If
that’s the case then you may have to adjust nproc limits in /etc/security/limits.conf.
    On 11/04/17, 1:11 PM, "Daan Hoogland" <> wrote:
        My next step is to rebase my change to 4.9 and see if that works. But that is a stab
in the dark I must admit.
        On 11/04/17 09:30, "Daan Hoogland" <> wrote:
            While I am creating a runnable tob e scheduled I ran into a problem. My scheduledJob
nevers gets called and looking at the process the number of threads of type “DirectAgent-*”
and “DirectAgentCronJob-*” keep growing. My job is scanning for templates in the primary
storage and references to it in the database, so it seems to be unrelated. This is a 4.10
vmware based nested environment. Has anyone seen such a behaviour? I am still looking but
I hope I won’t be reporting a blocker for 4.10 on this….
            Any clue is welcome at this point,
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