[ECODP-dev] EU ODP - 342

David Raznick david.raznick at okfn.org
Mon Jan 27 14:25:34 UTC 2014


There should be a cron set up on the server to remove the old
sessions.  This was definitely a part of the server deployment scripts
that we sent over.  I am wondering if this got lost.

Also are they using memcached for their session data now?  If they are
then this should not be an issue as they have a proper expiry.  It is
hard to tell what is going on as we have no access to their system.


On 27 January 2014 11:32, Bert Van Nuffelen
<bert.van.nuffelen at tenforce.com> wrote:
> Dear Darwin, David and Adam,
> We have received a critical bug from the EU ODP project. Can you take care
> of it. Can we have tomorrow a short call on how you will deal with the
> issue?
> kind regards,
> Bert
> The ticket content is the following:
> "After further investigations regarding the current problem on the prod
> frontend we have found that the problem is not linked to our archive, but to
> a problem with CKAN which should be resolved by TenForce / AHRS.
> In a nutshell, CKAN is not closing its sessions at all and therefore uses up
> a huge amount of inodes which ultimately we now did run out of. Here is a
> post on the official CKAN mailing list where someone else describes the same
> problem: https://lists.okfn.org/pipermail/ckan-dev/2011-June/000925.html
> This is a blocking issue, there is currently no ingestion by batch,
> ingestion by web interface will probably fail and we are currently not
> receiving any new files on the production machine either. This has to be
> resolved ASAP.
> "
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> Bert Van Nuffelen
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