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From sebb <seb...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: not all thread group ending with nothing in the logs WARN Thread won't exit after stopping
Date Wed, 05 Oct 2011 00:09:32 GMT
On 4 October 2011 23:31, Basim Baassiri <basim@baassiri.ca> wrote:
> my current observations are the initial 90 threads start and finish and the
> remainder appear to be not shutting down
>
> There is a period of almost 55 mins where the logs are not being written to
> at which point i see another thread shutdown message

So?

That just means that some threads are not completing, or are taking a
long time to do so.

You need to find out why.

A thread dump should indicate why the threads have not finished.
Most likely they are waiting for a sample to complete.

However, there are other possibilities, e.g. deadlock.

Thread dumps tend to be very large, so save it to a file on a public
server and send the URL rather than posting here.

[Also, it's much harder reading long logs etc in mail messages,
because wrapping destroys the formatting.]

If the sampler supports it, you might wish to consider adding a
timeout; make this somewhat longer than the longest expected response
so you don't lose any valid responses. A few minutes might be
suitable, or it might have to be longer.

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