Server Overloaded

Started by tonyw

tonyw

Server Overloaded   28 August 2009, 10:33

When looking at the web site for user stats, users often see a message about the server being overloaded. The BWM and server all seem ok wrt memory, cpu etc. Rebooting the server fixes it.
Am I doing anything wrong?
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Server Overloaded   31 August 2009, 00:00

It seems some users have long lasting connections or something like that. How many users do you have altogether? The built-in web-server is supposed to serve at most 10 clients at a time, but I can increase this number.
tonyw

Server Overloaded   31 August 2009, 10:45

I have about 30 users in total, all with web access enabled. I doubt that any more than 1 would check the use at a time. Also when it goes into that mode it stays there till reboot.
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Server Overloaded   02 September 2009, 19:19

Could you please provide some more information? When it happens again, please open a command prompt and launch netstat -n. This will print all the connections established to the server. Then simply save it to a file using this command: netstat -n > myfile.txt and post the the file here.
tonyw

Server Overloaded   08 September 2009, 16:13

I'll get back to you when it happens again.

All is good now
sad
Daniel

Server Overloaded   07 November 2011, 10:33

I'm having the same issue. Here is a copy of when I did netstat -n.

Active Connections

Proto Local Address Foreign Address State
TCP 172.16.0.254:8080 172.16.0.117:49915 ESTABLISHED
TCP 172.16.0.254:8080 172.16.4.102:59232 ESTABLISHED
TCP 172.16.1.254:8080 172.16.0.103:49766 ESTABLISHED
TCP 172.16.1.254:8080 172.16.0.103:55945 ESTABLISHED
TCP 172.16.1.254:8080 172.16.1.103:52756 ESTABLISHED
TCP 172.16.4.254:139 172.16.4.109:56195 TIME_WAIT
TCP 172.16.4.254:139 172.16.4.109:56196 TIME_WAIT
TCP 172.16.4.254:139 172.16.4.109:56198 TIME_WAIT
TCP 172.16.4.254:139 172.16.4.109:56199 TIME_WAIT
TCP 172.16.4.254:8080 172.16.4.104:52286 ESTABLISHED
TCP 172.16.4.254:8080 172.16.4.104:53114 ESTABLISHED
TCP 172.16.4.254:8080 172.16.4.104:55591 ESTABLISHED
TCP 172.16.4.254:8080 172.16.4.104:56425 ESTABLISHED
TCP 172.16.4.254:8080 172.16.4.116:2996 ESTABLISHED

10 connections.
Any Ideas?
Daniel

Server Overloaded   07 November 2011, 10:38

Restarting the the service repaired the problem. Easy method was to disable the Web Usage Report and re-enable. But a prevention would be good smile

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