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php-fpm stops responding

July 13, 2010 12:21AM
I'm having what appears to be a fairly common problem with PHP-FPM. Every now and again, I get a string of errors in my log like this...

recv() failed (104: Connection reset by peer) while reading response header from upstream, client:
recv() failed (104: Connection reset by peer) while reading response header from upstream, client:
recv() failed (104: Connection reset by peer) while reading response header from upstream, client:
etc

I found this in the forums from a few months back

[i]2. The typical problem we have encountered when php pages suddenly stop processing is either all the forked childs are doing some long (unintended) running scripts (as the inbuilt max_max_execution_time doesnt always work (if at all) as expected) or just have been hanged so the master process has no free childs to assign the incomming request.

Thats why you:
- spawn more than just few childs. While the typical approach is to like go by cpu core count we have experienced that adding some multiplier like 3 - 4x works better as the php code tends usually to wait more from external resources (DBs etc) rather than processing code
- use the great features of php-fpm to monitor which scripts take too long to execute and kill those who are taking too long.

Like we use:
<value name="request_slowlog_timeout">30s</value>
<value name="request_terminate_timeout">60s</value>

Which means that requests taking more than 30 seconds to compute will be logged (backtraced) and those taking longer than minute killed by force.[/i]

I figured this would be the first place to start, how do I spawn more children for php?

I would like to track down the offending script as well - how do I use the <value name="request_slowlog_timeout"> items that were talked about above?

Thanks

Flash
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php-fpm stops responding

flash July 13, 2010 12:21AM

Re: php-fpm stops responding

Reinis Rozitis July 13, 2010 04:28AM



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