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From Matthias Käppler <matth...@qype.com>
Subject Frequent garbage collections after a day of operation
Date Thu, 16 Feb 2012 15:22:53 GMT
Hey everyone,

we're running into some operational problems with our SOLR production
setup here and were wondering if anyone else is affected or has even
solved these problems before. We're running a vanilla SOLR 3.4.0 in
several Tomcat 6 instances, so nothing out of the ordinary, but after
a day or so of operation we see increased response times from SOLR, up
to 3 times increases on average. During this time we see increased CPU
load due to heavy garbage collection in the JVM, which bogs down the
the whole system, so throughput decreases, naturally. When restarting
the slaves, everything goes back to normal, but that's more like a
brute force solution.

The thing is, we don't know what's causing this and we don't have that
much experience with Java stacks since we're for most parts a Rails
company. Are Tomcat 6 or SOLR known to leak memory? Is anyone else
seeing this, or can you think of a reason for this? Most of our
queries to SOLR involve the DismaxHandler and the spatial search query
components. We don't use any custom request handlers so far.

Thanks in advance,
-Matthias

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Matthias Käppler
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