Erlang R9C-2 NODE stops accepting new connections
Valentin Micic [ MTN - Innovation Centre ]
Wed May 31 10:33:04 CEST 2006
We have a reoccurring problem on one of our nodes, call it node1@REDACTED
Under some circumstances (we suspect intermittent network instability),
the main listening port (the port that is published with EPMD) stops
accepting new connections.
The active connections are serviced though.
I did verify that empd (using epmd -names) has an entry indicating node1
and port, say, P1.
Using netstat, I did verify that port P1 is used.
I've used pfiles (Solaris 9) to verify that this port is used by this
particular run-time (node1@REDACTED).
Finally, in desperation, I've attempted to telnet to this particular
port, and noticed that netstat reports SYN_SENT, but no further action
This indicates a potential problem with SOLARIS, however, had a similar
situation on LINUX as well, thus, concluding that it might be ERLANG
It seems that erlang process that is servicing this erlang port
(linked-in tcp driver) somehow lost a link to it, however without
terminating it, as indicated by messege:
#Port<0.7>: tcp_inet: Input driver gone away without deselecting!
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