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Subject DO NOT REPLY [Bug 33510] - recover_wait_time for workers in_error_state should be calculated using difftime()
Date Sat, 12 Feb 2005 00:10:50 GMT
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------- Additional Comments From chuck_betts@intuit.com  2005-02-12 01:10 -------
I didnt notice that about the PIDs, so I will try this again.  However, I had 
been bringing up and down the apache server quite frequently when I was testing 
this, and I am pretty sure that 2475 seconds earlier (41 minutes before) the 
same process shouldnt have been around.  I was bringing apache up and down 
about every 15 minutes to test.

But if you are right and each process determines independently if a worker is 
down, then is there *any* way to take a failed tomcat server (say if the power 
was lost on the machine) out of service for an extended period of time after it 
is first determined to be down?  We recently had an issue where an app server 
running tomcat failed for hardware reasons, and apache kept routing requests to 
it.  We expected that once mod_jk determined that the server was down once then 
no new requests would be sent to it (at least for a configurable amount of 
time).  But this doesnt seem to be occurring, each new request tries the server 
again and has to wait somewhere in the area of 10 minutes before it times out.

Note that this is different than when we tested just killing the tomcat process 
(the machine is still up).  In this case, mod_jk does all the correct re-
routing stuff that we expect.  We just want the same functionality to occur 
when the machine physically is disabled.

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