[webkit-gtk] 1.4.1 - CLOSE_WAIT
slash at peereboom.us
Thu Jun 30 07:54:34 PDT 2011
On Wed, Jun 29, 2011 at 06:27:30PM -0500, Marco Peereboom wrote:
> On Wed, Jun 29, 2011 at 04:23:00PM -0700, Martin Robinson wrote:
> > On Wed, Jun 29, 2011 at 2:43 PM, Marco Peereboom <slash at peereboom.us> wrote:
> > > This is with the webkit 1.4.1 snapshot with web sockets enabled. ??By
> > > default xxxterm sets max-conns to 25 and max-conns-per-host to 5. ??When
> > > webkit doesn't crash I see as many as 119 connections to port 80 in
> > > various states (TIME_WAIT, ESTABLISHED, CLOSED_WAIT, SYN_SENT etc).
> > > After a while the connections drop to 47 and are all in
> > > ESTABLISHED_STATE. ??This number is obviously much higher than the limit
> > > that is set to 25. ??With webit 1.2.7 I don't see this behavior.
> > Do you mind confirming whether this behavior persists with WebSockets disabled?
> Nope not at all. I have toyed but do not have a detailed report. My
> non-scientific test was "better" but not gone. For example the
> CLOSED_WAIT number seems to be gone completely but it still breaches the
> max-conns setting and I see similar crashes. I will do the build and
> generate an actual report.
Ok, the results are as I described with web sockets disabled. Better as
in webkit does close file descriptors much quicker however the
fundamental issues of breaching the max-conns limit is still there.
When I launch the browser with all those links at once it opens up about
67 file descriptors and none end up in CLOSED_WAIT initially. Instead
one sees ESTABLISHED and TIME_WAIT. In other words when running without
web sockets the inevitable is just postponed a little. A couple of
quick restarts and webkit exhibits the same crashes. I do see the same
misrendered pages as described before, even when starting on a fresh
machine (virtually no FDs in use).
For completions sake, this is using webkit 1.4.1 and libsoup 2.34.2 and
I do not see these issues when I used webkit 1.2.x and libsoup 2.32.y.
I also validated that I see these same issues using other browsers such
as epiphany and midori.
I'll be happy to run some additional tests or dig in the code if you
point me in a potential direction.
> > --Martin
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