Some kind of redis error breaking the app
I tried server restart but didn't help. Can access the web terminal only from the logs and it is in constant reconnecting.
P.S. Just tried to recover from backup and it shows the same error.
jdaviescoates last edited by
@vova which app?
@vova Can you try
docker restart redis-<the-id-in-the-screenshot>on your server? (in 5.2, there is a button to restart redis now).
@vova I had a similar problem about 20 hours ago; 10 of my 13 apps were down.
I got similar messages for Redis, MySQL and Postgres... couldn't recover from backups...the buttons froze. Reboot did not work.
I am hosted on Hetzner; I went to the cloud console and did a "soft" server shutdown... followed by a "hard" shutdown...and then a Restart of the server.
In 5 minutes, 10 of the 13 apps had recovered gracefully. The remaining three should "error", so I reinstalled them from last backup (and lost some 18 hours of data!).
Hope this helps.
@vova Did this work out?
alex-adestech last edited by
@vova I'm having this redis problem as well with 10 apps. Did you solved it by running something or was it just a miracle?
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@girish If I try this, the server goes very slow and redis never finishes. I tries also redis restart from the services tab but it stays unresponding. Any suggestions?
@alex-adestech That was quite some debugging session
Wanted to leave some notes here... The server was an EC2 R5 xlarge instance. It worked well but when you resize any app, it will just hang. And the whole server will stop responding eventually. One curious thing was that server had 32GB and ~20GB was in buff/cache in free -m output. I have never seen kernel caching so much. We also found this backtrace in dmesg output:
INFO: task docker:111571 blocked for more than 120 seconds. "echo 0 > /proc/sys/kernel/hung_task_timeout_secs" disables this message. docker D 0000000000000000 0 111571 1 0x00000080 ffff881c01527ab0 0000000000000086 ffff881c332f5080 ffff881c01527fd8 ffff881c01527fd8 ffff881c01527fd8 ffff881c332f5080 ffff881c01527bf0 ffff881c01527bf8 7fffffffffffffff ffff881c332f5080 0000000000000000 Call Trace: [<ffffffff8163a909>] schedule+0x29/0x70 [<ffffffff816385f9>] schedule_timeout+0x209/0x2d0 [<ffffffff8108e4cd>] ? mod_timer+0x11d/0x240 [<ffffffff8163acd6>] wait_for_completion+0x116/0x170 [<ffffffff810b8c10>] ? wake_up_state+0x20/0x20 [<ffffffff810ab676>] __synchronize_srcu+0x106/0x1a0 [<ffffffff810ab190>] ? call_srcu+0x70/0x70 [<ffffffff81219ebf>] ? __sync_blockdev+0x1f/0x40 [<ffffffff810ab72d>] synchronize_srcu+0x1d/0x20 [<ffffffffa000318d>] __dm_suspend+0x5d/0x220 [dm_mod] [<ffffffffa0004c9a>] dm_suspend+0xca/0xf0 [dm_mod] [<ffffffffa0009fe0>] ? table_load+0x380/0x380 [dm_mod] [<ffffffffa000a174>] dev_suspend+0x194/0x250 [dm_mod] [<ffffffffa0009fe0>] ? table_load+0x380/0x380 [dm_mod] [<ffffffffa000aa25>] ctl_ioctl+0x255/0x500 [dm_mod] [<ffffffffa000ace3>] dm_ctl_ioctl+0x13/0x20 [dm_mod] [<ffffffff811f1ef5>] do_vfs_ioctl+0x2e5/0x4c0 [<ffffffff8128bc6e>] ? file_has_perm+0xae/0xc0 [<ffffffff811f2171>] SyS_ioctl+0xa1/0xc0 [<ffffffff816408d9>] ? do_async_page_fault+0x29/0xe0 [<ffffffff81645909>] system_call_fastpath+0x16/0x1b
sudo sysctl -w vm.dirty_ratio=10 sudo sysctl -w vm.dirty_background_ratio=5
With the explanation "By default Linux uses up to 40% of the available memory for file system caching. After this mark has been reached the file system flushes all outstanding data to disk causing all following IOs going synchronous. For flushing out this data to disk this there is a time limit of 120 seconds by default. In the case here the IO subsystem is not fast enough to flush the data withing". Crazy After we put those settings, it actually worked (!). Still cannot believe that choosing AWS instance is that important.