On Wed, 16 May 2012 11:07:07 +0800
Mathieu Bridon <bochecha(a)fedoraproject.org> wrote:
Was one of them coming from Hong Kong?
Not sure. ;)
If so, please accept my apologies.
I don't think it was you. (Or any specific ip). :)
The problem was mainly that there were a bunch of stuck git processes,
that seemed to be counted against the limits in xinetd. It has a '50
connections per second and if you hit that, disable for 10 seconds'
setting. I think all the stale connections were counting against the 50
connection limit and making it hit it all the time...
So... Is there such an environment? Or is it just a bad idea for me
hit the Fedora git in this way, and I should find another way to check
No, there's not... but I don't think your script caused this. ;)
I haven't done any upload yesterday (only fetches by the
aforementioned script), and I clone anonymously (to avoid the SSH
overhead, not to pretend it's not me), so I'm not responsible for
git upload-pack is the anon ones via xinetd. Thats it sending data out
to the connection.
But again, sorry for the trouble I may have caused.
I'll pause my working on this script for now, let me know if what I'm
doing is ok for Fedora and if I can resume it.
I think it's fine to resume... and we can ping you if we see problems