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TCP packets lost? [message #25678] Mon, 07 January 2008 07:55 Go to next message
Max Deineko is currently offline  Max Deineko
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Registered: January 2008
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From: openvz.org
Hi,

I'm not really sure where to ask for help regarding my problem; I also
have posted to the apache group some time ago, but have not found a
solution.  If you think this is the wrong group, I apologize.  Also, any
hint as to where ask for help would be highly appreciated.

I'm facing following problem: Apache running inside an OpenVZ VPS,
serving multiple VirtualHosts.  Now, it has regular availabiliy
problems, which appears to be neither load nor request pattern related.

What I don't quite understand is this: during the periods when the
server isn't available (and seems to do nothing) most of TCP sessions
look like the one below - apache keeps resending the handshake SYNACK
packets to the client although client's response is clearly here
(tcpdump done from inside the VPS).

Now I would think that even when the Apache proccess would hang, or be
waiting for some other component, the TCP stack part of the application
(or the kernel, for that matter) would still behave normally - is this
wrong? I.e. is such behaviour normal?  Or do the incoming packets get
lost somewhere?

My first guess would have been that when the server is busy serving an
expensive request, the tcp rcv buffer would get full and packets would
get dropped.  But wouldn't tcpdump not be able to see them then?

Any help would be highly appreciated,

thanks -

  Max Deineko.



Session dump:

  10:14:33.666935 IP CLIENT > SERVER: S 742086248:742086248(0) win 5808 <mss 1452,sackOK,timestamp 196805971 0,nop,wscale 7>
  10:14:33.666965 IP SERVER > CLIENT: S 2619430727:2619430727(0) ack 742086249 win 5792 <mss 1460,sackOK,timestamp 347617915 196805971,nop,wscale 2>
  10:14:33.700161 IP CLIENT > SERVER: . ack 1 win 46 <nop,nop,timestamp 196805980 347617915>
  10:14:33.708406 IP CLIENT > SERVER: P 1:899(898) ack 1 win 46 <nop,nop,timestamp 196805980 347617915>
  10:14:33.709279 IP CLIENT > SERVER: P 899:963(64) ack 1 win 46 <nop,nop,timestamp 196805980 347617915>
  10:14:33.945483 IP CLIENT > SERVER: P 1:899(898) ack 1 win 46 <nop,nop,timestamp 196806039 347617915>
  10:14:34.417635 IP CLIENT > SERVER: P 1:899(898) ack 1 win 46 <nop,nop,timestamp 196806157 347617915>
  10:14:35.360801 IP CLIENT > SERVER: P 1:899(898) ack 1 win 46 <nop,nop,timestamp 196806393 347617915>
  10:14:37.249017 IP CLIENT > SERVER: P 1:899(898) ack 1 win 46 <nop,nop,timestamp 196806865 347617915>
  10:14:38.253998 IP SERVER > CLIENT: S 2619430727:2619430727(0) ack 742086249 win 5792 <mss 1460,sackOK,timestamp 347622503 196806865,nop,wscale 2>
  10:14:38.287866 IP CLIENT > SERVER: . ack 1 win 46 <nop,nop,timestamp 196807127 347622503,nop,nop,sack 1 {0:1}>
  10:14:41.023578 IP CLIENT > SERVER: P 1:899(898) ack 1 win 46 <nop,nop,timestamp 196807809 347622503>
  10:14:44.253514 IP SERVER > CLIENT: S 2619430727:2619430727(0) ack 742086249 win 5792 <mss 1460,sackOK,timestamp 347628503 196807809,nop,wscale 2>
  10:14:44.287392 IP CLIENT > SERVER: . ack 1 win 46 <nop,nop,timestamp 196808627 347628503,nop,nop,sack 1 {0:1}>
  10:14:48.581817 IP CLIENT > SERVER: P 1:899(898) ack 1 win 46 <nop,nop,timestamp 196809697 347628503>
  10:14:56.258819 IP SERVER > CLIENT: S 2619430727:2619430727(0) ack 742086249 win 5792 <mss 1460,sackOK,timestamp 347640510 196809697,nop,wscale 2>
  10:14:56.292441 IP CLIENT > SERVER: . ack 1 win 46 <nop,nop,timestamp 196811629 347640510,nop,nop,sack 1 {0:1}>
  10:15:03.676701 IP CLIENT > SERVER: P 1:899(898) ack 1 win 46 <nop,nop,timestamp 196813473 347640510>
  10:15:20.458057 IP SERVER > CLIENT: S 2619430727:2619430727(0) ack 742086249 win 5792 <mss 1460,sackOK,timestamp 347664713 196813473,nop,wscale 2>
  10:15:20.491784 IP CLIENT > SERVER: . ack 1 win 46 <nop,nop,timestamp 196817680 347664713,nop,nop,sack 1 {0:1}>
  10:15:33.876920 IP CLIENT > SERVER: P 1:899(898) ack 1 win 46 <nop,nop,timestamp 196821025 347664713>
  10:15:33.876953 IP SERVER > CLIENT: . ack 899 win 1897 <nop,nop,timestamp 347678134 196821025>
  10:15:33.911143 IP CLIENT > SERVER: P 899:963(64) ack 1 win 46 <nop,nop,timestamp 196821035 347678134>
  ...(connection recovers)

# uname -a

  Linux 2.6.9-023stab044.4-enterprise #1 SMP Thu May 24 17:41:23 MSD 2007
  i686 i686 i386 GNU/Linux

# httpd -V

  Server version: Apache/2.0.52
  Server built:   Jul 14 2007 11:53:18
  Server's Module Magic Number: 20020903:9
  Architecture:   32-bit
  Server compiled with....
  -D APACHE_MPM_DIR="server/mpm/prefork"
  -D APR_HAS_SENDFILE
  -D APR_HAS_MMAP
  -D APR_HAVE_IPV6 (IPv4-mapped addresses enabled)
  -D APR_USE_SYSVSEM_SERIALIZE
  -D APR_USE_PTHREAD_SERIALIZE
  -D SINGLE_LISTEN_UNSERIALIZED_ACCEPT
  -D APR_HAS_OTHER_CHILD
  -D AP_HAVE_RELIABLE_PIPED_LOGS
  -D HTTPD_ROOT="/etc/httpd"
  -D SUEXEC_BIN="/usr/sbin/suexec"
  -D DEFAULT_PIDLOG="logs/httpd.pid"
  -D DEFAULT_SCOREBOARD="logs/apache_runtime_status"
  -D DEFAULT_LOCKFILE="logs/accept.lock"
  -D DEFAULT_ERRORLOG="logs/error_log"
  -D AP_TYPES_CONFIG_FILE="conf/mime.types"
  -D SERVER_CONFIG_FILE="conf/httpd.conf"

Some sysctl parameters:

  net.ipv4.tcp_moderate_rcvbuf = 1
  net.ipv4.tcp_rmem = 4096        87380   174760
  net.ipv4.tcp_wmem = 4096        16384   131072
  net.ipv4.tcp_dsack = 1
  net.ipv4.tcp_fack = 1
  net.ipv4.tcp_max_syn_backlog = 1024
  net.ipv4.tcp_keepalive_intvl = 75
  net.ipv4.tcp_keepalive_probes = 9
  net.ipv4.tcp_keepalive_time = 7200
  net.ipv4.tcp_window_scaling = 1

  net.core.rmem_max = 131071
  net.core.wmem_max = 131071
  net.core.somaxconn = 128
  net.core.netdev_max_backlog = 300
  net.ipv4.tcp_tw_reuse = 0
  net.ipv4.tcp_tw_recycle = 0
  net.ipv4.tcp_max_tw_buckets = 180000
  net.ipv4.tcp_max_tw_buckets_ve = 16536

VPS limits:

  uid  resource           held    maxheld    barrier      limit    failcnt
       tcpsndbuf       3024352    3189816 2147483647 2147483647          0
       tcprcvbuf       4662588    4728124 2147483647 2147483647          0
Re: TCP packets lost? [message #25679 is a reply to message #25678] Mon, 07 January 2008 09:04 Go to previous messageGo to next message
porridge is currently offline  porridge
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Registered: October 2007
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From: openvz.org
On Mon, Jan 07, 2008 at 07:55:43AM +0000, Max Deineko wrote:
> My first guess would have been that when the server is busy serving an
> expensive request, the tcp rcv buffer would get full and packets would
> get dropped.  But wouldn't tcpdump not be able to see them then?
> 
> Any help would be highly appreciated,

http://forum.openvz.org/index.php?t=msg&goto=21592

My theory is that when the (receive buffer size / current connections)
is too small for the window size, then kernel gets itself into a state
where it's impossible to recover a connection.

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Re: TCP packets lost? [message #25684 is a reply to message #25679] Mon, 07 January 2008 10:00 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Max Deineko is currently offline  Max Deineko
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Marcin Owsiany <marcin@owsiany.pl> wrote:
> On Mon, Jan 07, 2008 at 07:55:43AM +0000, Max Deineko wrote:
>> My first guess would have been that when the server is busy serving an
>> expensive request, the tcp rcv buffer would get full and packets would
>> get dropped.  But wouldn't tcpdump not be able to see them then?

> http://forum.openvz.org/index.php?t=msg&goto=21592
>
> My theory is that when the (receive buffer size / current connections)
> is too small for the window size, then kernel gets itself into a state
> where it's impossible to recover a connection.

Thanks a lot.  I already had found the thread and tried increasing
tcp_rmem size, which hung the webserver completely (maybe it was a litte
too big ;), but I'm still experimenting with the settings.

Of course there might be a problem with other server components, and I'm
not really a networking expert, it's just that the tcp flow doesn't look
like what I'd expect it to.

So is the behaviour I see normal or is there really something wrong at
this level already?  Even if one assumed that userland components were
broken and went haywire sometimes?

Thanks, Max.
Re: Re: TCP packets lost? [message #25685 is a reply to message #25684] Mon, 07 January 2008 11:33 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Vitaliy Gusev is currently offline  Vitaliy Gusev
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From: openvz.org
On 7 January 2008 13:01:24 Max Deineko wrote:
> Marcin Owsiany <marcin@owsiany.pl> wrote:
> > On Mon, Jan 07, 2008 at 07:55:43AM +0000, Max Deineko wrote:
> >> My first guess would have been that when the server is busy serving an
> >> expensive request, the tcp rcv buffer would get full and packets would
> >> get dropped.  But wouldn't tcpdump not be able to see them then?
> 
> > http://forum.openvz.org/index.php?t=msg&goto=21592
> >
> > My theory is that when the (receive buffer size / current connections)
> > is too small for the window size, then kernel gets itself into a state
> > where it's impossible to recover a connection.
> 
> Thanks a lot.  I already had found the thread and tried increasing
> tcp_rmem size, which hung the webserver completely (maybe it was a litte
> too big ;), but I'm still experimenting with the settings.
> 
> Of course there might be a problem with other server components, and I'm
> not really a networking expert, it's just that the tcp flow doesn't look
> like what I'd expect it to.

Please show files: /proc/net/netstat, /proc/net/snmp ( inside VE)

Have you seen any suspicious messages in dmesg related to this issue?

> 
> So is the behaviour I see normal or is there really something wrong at
> this level already?  Even if one assumed that userland components were
> broken and went haywire sometimes?
> 
> Thanks, Max.
> 
-- 
Thanks,
Vitaliy Gusev
Re: TCP packets lost? [message #25686 is a reply to message #25685] Mon, 07 January 2008 12:01 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Max Deineko is currently offline  Max Deineko
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Vitaliy Gusev <vgusev@sw.ru> wrote:
> On 7 January 2008 13:01:24 Max Deineko wrote:
>> > On Mon, Jan 07, 2008 at 07:55:43AM +0000, Max Deineko wrote:
>> >> My first guess would have been that when the server is busy
>> >> serving an expensive request, the tcp rcv buffer would get full
>> >> and packets would get dropped.  But wouldn't tcpdump not be able
>> >> to see them then?

>> I already [...] tried increasing tcp_rmem size, which hung the
>> webserver completely (maybe it was a litte too big ;), but I'm still
>> experimenting with the settings.
>>
>> Of course there might be a problem with other server components, and
>> I'm not really a networking expert, it's just that the tcp flow
>> doesn't look like what I'd expect it to.

> Please show files: /proc/net/netstat, /proc/net/snmp ( inside VE)

See below.  Currently running with

  net.ipv4.tcp_rmem = 4096        87380   184762
  net.core.rmem_max = 184761

> Have you seen any suspicious messages in dmesg related to this issue?

Indeed, dmesg shows

  TCP: Treason uncloaked! Peer 91.4.192.15:52306/80 shrinks window 204385904:204399829. Repaired.
  TCP: Treason uncloaked! Peer 91.4.192.15:52306/80 shrinks window 204385904:204399829. Repaired.
  TCP: Treason uncloaked! Peer 91.4.192.15:52306/80 shrinks window 204385904:204399829. Repaired.
  TCP: Treason uncloaked! Peer 62.158.79.38:1883/80 shrinks window 1835842591:1835855659. Repaired.
  TCP: Treason uncloaked! Peer 91.12.168.104:2918/80 shrinks window 2946649572:2946651606. Repaired.
  TCP: Treason uncloaked! Peer 217.238.252.24:49584/80 shrinks window 3063558791:3063563147. Repaired.
  TCP: Treason uncloaked! Peer 87.167.76.47:52766/80 shrinks window 867053615:867090259. Repaired.
  TCP: Treason uncloaked! Peer 91.11.116.53:2475/80 shrinks window 3699395483:3699409070. Repaired.
  TCP: Treason uncloaked! Peer 91.11.116.53:2476/80 shrinks window 3699833370:3699846438. Repaired.
  TCP: Treason uncloaked! Peer 91.11.116.53:2475/80 shrinks window 3699403648:3699409070. Repaired.
  TCP: Treason uncloaked! Peer 91.11.116.53:2476/80 shrinks window 3699841562:3699846438. Repaired.
  TCP: Treason uncloaked! Peer 79.212.215.179:2859/80 shrinks window 400801346:400802798. Repaired.
  TCP: Treason uncloaked! Peer 80.139.188.46:3646/80 shrinks window 156197829:156205177. Repaired.
  TCP: Treason uncloaked! Peer 80.139.188.46:3646/80 shrinks window 156197829:156205177. Repaired.
  TCP: Treason uncloaked! Peer 80.140.219.65:49793/80 shrinks window 4253417104:4253432263. Repaired.
  TCP: Treason uncloaked! Peer 80.140.219.65:49793/80 shrinks window 4253417104:4253432263. Repaired.
  TCP: Treason uncloaked! Peer 80.140.219.65:49793/80 shrinks window 4253417104:4253432263. Repaired.

That's from the hardware node after running for three days.  I'm sorry I
cannot relate the messages to the dropout times - the messages do not
show up in the syslogs (yet - I'm new to the server).

Thanks & regards - Max.


# cat /proc/net/netstat

TcpExt: SyncookiesSent SyncookiesRecv SyncookiesFailed EmbryonicRsts PruneCalled RcvPruned OfoPruned OutOfWindowIcmps LockDroppedIcmps ArpFilter TW TWRecycled TWKilled PAWSPassive PAWSActive PAWSEstab DelayedACKs DelayedACKLocked DelayedACKLost ListenOverflows ListenDrops TCPPrequeued TCPDirectCopyFromBacklog TCPDirectCopyFromPrequeue TCPPrequeueDropped TCPHPHits TCPHPHitsToUser TCPPureAcks TCPHPAcks TCPRenoRecovery TCPSackRecovery TCPSACKReneging TCPFACKReorder TCPSACKReorder TCPRenoReorder TCPTSReorder TCPFullUndo TCPPartialUndo TCPDSACKUndo TCPLossUndo TCPLoss TCPLostRetransmit TCPRenoFailures TCPSackFailures TCPLossFailures TCPFastRetrans TCPForwardRetrans TCPSlowStartRetrans TCPTimeouts TCPRenoRecoveryFail TCPSackRecoveryFail TCPSchedulerFailed TCPRcvCollapsed TCPDSACKOldSent TCPDSACKOfoSent TCPDSACKRecv TCPDSACKOfoRecv TCPAbortOnSyn TCPAbortOnData TCPAbortOnClose TCPAbortOnMemory TCPAbortOnTimeout TCPAbortOnLinger TCPAbortFailed TCPMemoryPressures
TcpExt: 0 0 0 15666 390 7 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 350 518998 283 5722 6044 6044 13385260 860306 145918454 0 13263422 87351 9290224 12159160 1576 60817 31 631 240 92 198 367 2815 1284 1383 34266 20 369 13804 1501 90841 8390 24116 28574 309 7175 2 12934 5823 2 14577 291 0 751 5077 0 2285 0 0 0

# cat /proc/net/snmp

Ip: Forwarding DefaultTTL InReceives InHdrErrors InAddrErrors ForwDatagrams InUnknownProtos InDiscards InDelivers OutRequests OutDiscards OutNoRoutes ReasmTimeout ReasmReqds ReasmOKs ReasmFails FragOKs FragFails FragCreates
Ip: 2 64 55086729 0 0 0 0 0 55079918 59160345 0 0 22 64 0 22 0 0 0
Icmp: InMsgs InErrors InDestUnreachs InTimeExcds InParmProbs InSrcQuenchs InRedirects InEchos InEchoReps InTimestamps InTimestampReps InAddrMasks InAddrMaskReps OutMsgs OutErrors OutDestUnreachs OutTimeExcds OutParmProbs OutSrcQuenchs OutRedirects OutEchos OutEchoReps OutTimestamps OutTimestampReps OutAddrMasks OutAddrMaskReps
Icmp: 10852 99 2358 0 0 2 0 8401 0 0 0 0 0 8472 0 71 0 0 0 0 0 8401 0 0 0 0
Tcp: RtoAlgorithm RtoMin RtoMax MaxConn ActiveOpens PassiveOpens AttemptFails EstabResets CurrEstab InSegs OutSegs RetransSegs InErrs OutRsts
Tcp: 0 0 0 0 487897 1752675 1326 25489 45 55038781 59121501 195520 397 7118
Udp: InDatagrams NoPorts InErrors OutDatagrams
Udp: 30214 71 0 30372
Re: TCP packets lost? [message #25689 is a reply to message #25686] Mon, 07 January 2008 12:19 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Max Deineko is currently offline  Max Deineko
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Max Deineko <max@bitchesgroove.at> wrote:
> Vitaliy Gusev <vgusev@sw.ru> wrote:
>> On 7 January 2008 13:01:24 Max Deineko wrote:

>> Please show files: /proc/net/netstat, /proc/net/snmp ( inside VE)

Prettier:

/proc/net/snmp:

  Forwarding      2
  DefaultTTL      64
  InReceives      55086729
  InHdrErrors     0
  InAddrErrors    0
  ForwDatagrams   0
  InUnknownProtos 0
  InDiscards      0
  InDelivers      55079918
  OutRequests     59160345
  OutDiscards     0
  OutNoRoutes     0
  ReasmTimeout    22
  ReasmReqds      64
  ReasmOKs        0
  ReasmFails      22
  FragOKs         0
  FragFails       0
  FragCreates     0

/proc/net/netstat:

  SyncookiesSent            0
  SyncookiesRecv            0
  SyncookiesFailed          0
  EmbryonicRsts             15666
  PruneCalled               390
  RcvPruned                 7
  OfoPruned                 0
  OutOfWindowIcmps          3
  LockDroppedIcmps          0
  ArpFilter                 0
  TW                        0
  TWRecycled                0
  TWKilled                  0
  PAWSPassive               0
  PAWSActive                0
  PAWSEstab                 350
  DelayedACKs               518998
  DelayedACKLocked          283
  DelayedACKLost            5722
  ListenOverflows           6044
  ListenDrops               6044
  TCPPrequeued              13385260
  TCPDirectCopyFromBacklog  860306
  TCPDirectCopyFromPrequeue 145918454
  TCPPrequeueDropped        0
  TCPHPHits                 13263422
  TCPHPHitsToUser           87351
  TCPPureAcks               9290224
  TCPHPAcks                 12159160
  TCPRenoRecovery           1576
  TCPSackRecovery           60817
  TCPSACKReneging           31
  TCPFACKReorder            631
  TCPSACKReorder            240
  TCPRenoReorder            92
  TCPTSReorder              198
  TCPFullUndo               367
  TCPPartialUndo            2815
  TCPDSACKUndo              1284
  TCPLossUndo               1383
  TCPLoss                   34266
  TCPLostRetransmit         20
  TCPRenoFailures           369
  TCPSackFailures           13804
  TCPLossFailures           1501
  TCPFastRetrans            90841
  TCPForwardRetrans         8390
  TCPSlowStartRetrans       24116
  TCPTimeouts               28574
  TCPRenoRecoveryFail       309
  TCPSackRecoveryFail       7175
  TCPSchedulerFailed        2
  TCPRcvCollapsed           12934
  TCPDSACKOldSent           5823
  TCPDSACKOfoSent           2
  TCPDSACKRecv              14577
  TCPDSACKOfoRecv           291
  TCPAbortOnSyn             0
  TCPAbortOnData            751
  TCPAbortOnClose           5077
  TCPAbortOnMemory          0
  TCPAbortOnTimeout         2285
  TCPAbortOnLinger          0
  TCPAbortFailed            0
  TCPMemoryPressures        0
Re: Re: TCP packets lost? [message #25692 is a reply to message #25686] Mon, 07 January 2008 14:43 Go to previous messageGo to next message
gblond is currently offline  gblond
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On 7 January 2008 15:02:14 Max Deineko wrote:
> Vitaliy Gusev <vgusev@sw.ru> wrote:
> > On 7 January 2008 13:01:24 Max Deineko wrote:
> >> > On Mon, Jan 07, 2008 at 07:55:43AM +0000, Max Deineko wrote:
> >> >> My first guess would have been that when the server is busy
> >> >> serving an expensive request, the tcp rcv buffer would get full
> >> >> and packets would get dropped.  But wouldn't tcpdump not be able
> >> >> to see them then?
> 
> >> I already [...] tried increasing tcp_rmem size, which hung the
> >> webserver completely (maybe it was a litte too big ;), but I'm still
> >> experimenting with the settings.
> >>
> >> Of course there might be a problem with other server components, and
> >> I'm not really a networking expert, it's just that the tcp flow
> >> doesn't look like what I'd expect it to.
> 
> > Please show files: /proc/net/netstat, /proc/net/snmp ( inside VE)
> 
> See below.  Currently running with
> 
>   net.ipv4.tcp_rmem = 4096        87380   184762
>   net.core.rmem_max = 184761

1) You didn't describe value of the net.core.rmem_default parameter.
Try to increase one.


2) Can you check patch from thread
http://forum.openvz.org/index.php?t=msg&goto=9018     ?


> 
> > Have you seen any suspicious messages in dmesg related to this issue?
> 
> Indeed, dmesg shows
> 
>   TCP: Treason uncloaked! Peer 91.4.192.15:52306/80 shrinks window 204385904:204399829. Repaired.
>   TCP: Treason uncloaked! Peer 91.4.192.15:52306/80 shrinks window 204385904:204399829. Repaired.
>   TCP: Treason uncloaked! Peer 91.4.192.15:52306/80 shrinks window 204385904:204399829. Repaired.
>   TCP: Treason uncloaked! Peer 62.158.79.38:1883/80 shrinks window 1835842591:1835855659. Repaired.
>   TCP: Treason uncloaked! Peer 91.12.168.104:2918/80 shrinks window 2946649572:2946651606. Repaired.
>   TCP: Treason uncloaked! Peer 217.238.252.24:49584/80 shrinks window 3063558791:3063563147. Repaired.
>   TCP: Treason uncloaked! Peer 87.167.76.47:52766/80 shrinks window 867053615:867090259. Repaired.
>   TCP: Treason uncloaked! Peer 91.11.116.53:2475/80 shrinks window 3699395483:3699409070. Repaired.
>   TCP: Treason uncloaked! Peer 91.11.116.53:2476/80 shrinks window 3699833370:3699846438. Repaired.
>   TCP: Treason uncloaked! Peer 91.11.116.53:2475/80 shrinks window 3699403648:3699409070. Repaired.
>   TCP: Treason uncloaked! Peer 91.11.116.53:2476/80 shrinks window 3699841562:3699846438. Repaired.
>   TCP: Treason uncloaked! Peer 79.212.215.179:2859/80 shrinks window 400801346:400802798. Repaired.
>   TCP: Treason uncloaked! Peer 80.139.188.46:3646/80 shrinks window 156197829:156205177. Repaired.
>   TCP: Treason uncloaked! Peer 80.139.188.46:3646/80 shrinks window 156197829:156205177. Repaired.
>   TCP: Treason uncloaked! Peer 80.140.219.65:49793/80 shrinks window 4253417104:4253432263. Repaired.
>   TCP: Treason uncloaked! Peer 80.140.219.65:49793/80 shrinks window 4253417104:4253432263. Repaired.
>   TCP: Treason uncloaked! Peer 80.140.219.65:49793/80 shrinks window 4253417104:4253432263. Repaired.
> 
> That's from the hardware node after running for three days.  I'm sorry I
> cannot relate the messages to the dropout times - the messages do not
> show up in the syslogs (yet - I'm new to the server).
> 
> Thanks & regards - Max.
> 
> 
> # cat /proc/net/netstat
> 
> TcpExt: SyncookiesSent SyncookiesRecv SyncookiesFailed EmbryonicRsts PruneCalled RcvPruned OfoPruned OutOfWindowIcmps LockDroppedIcmps ArpFilter TW TWRecycled TWKilled PAWSPassive PAWSActive PAWSEstab DelayedACKs DelayedACKLocked DelayedACKLost ListenOverflows ListenDrops TCPPrequeued TCPDirectCopyFromBacklog TCPDirectCopyFromPrequeue TCPPrequeueDropped TCPHPHits TCPHPHitsToUser TCPPureAcks TCPHPAcks TCPRenoRecovery TCPSackRecovery TCPSACKReneging TCPFACKReorder TCPSACKReorder TCPRenoReorder TCPTSReorder TCPFullUndo TCPPartialUndo TCPDSACKUndo TCPLossUndo TCPLoss TCPLostRetransmit TCPRenoFailures TCPSackFailures TCPLossFailures TCPFastRetrans TCPForwardRetrans TCPSlowStartRetrans TCPTimeouts TCPRenoRecoveryFail TCPSackRecoveryFail TCPSchedulerFailed TCPRcvCollapsed TCPDSACKOldSent TCPDSACKOfoSent TCPDSACKRecv TCPDSACKOfoRecv TCPAbortOnSyn TCPAbortOnData TCPAbortOnClose TCPAbortOnMemory TCPAbortOnTimeout TCPAbortOnLinger TCPAbortFailed TCPMemoryPressures
> TcpExt: 0 0 0 15666 390 7 0 3 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 350 518998 283 5722 6044 6044 13385260 860306 145918454 0 13263422 87351 9290224 12159160 1576 60817 31 631 240 92 198 367 2815 1284 1383 34266 20 369 13804 1501 90841 8390 24116 28574 309 7175 2 12934 5823 2 14577 291 0 751 5077 0 2285 0 0 0
> 
> # cat /proc/net/snmp
> 
> Ip: Forwarding DefaultTTL InReceives InHdrErrors InAddrErrors ForwDatagrams InUnknownProtos InDiscards InDelivers OutRequests OutDiscards OutNoRoutes ReasmTimeout ReasmReqds ReasmOKs ReasmFails FragOKs FragFails FragCreates
> Ip: 2 64 55086729 0 0 0 0 0 55079918 59160345 0 0 22 64 0 22 0 0 0
> Icmp: InMsgs InErrors InDestUnreachs InTimeExcds InParmProbs InSrcQuenchs InRedirects InEchos InEchoReps InTimestamps InTimestampReps InAddrMasks InAddrMaskReps OutMsgs OutErrors OutDestUnreachs OutTimeExcds OutParmProbs OutSrcQuenchs OutRedirects OutEchos OutEchoReps OutTimestamps OutTimestampReps OutAddrMasks OutAddrMaskReps
> Icmp: 10852 99 2358 0 0 2 0 8401 0 0 0 0 0 8472 0 71 0 0 0 0 0 8401 0 0 0 0
> Tcp: RtoAlgorithm RtoMin RtoMax MaxConn ActiveOpens PassiveOpens AttemptFails EstabResets CurrEstab InSegs OutSegs RetransSegs InErrs OutRsts
> Tcp: 0 0 0 0 487897 1752675 1326 25489 45 55038781 59121501 195520 397 7118
> Udp: InDatagrams NoPorts InErrors OutDatagrams
> Udp: 30214 71 0 30372
> 
> 
-- 
Thank,
Vitaliy Gusev
Re: TCP packets lost? [message #25705 is a reply to message #25692] Mon, 07 January 2008 20:17 Go to previous messageGo to next message
Max Deineko is currently offline  Max Deineko
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Vitaliy Gusev <vgusev@openvz.org> wrote:

> 1) You didn't describe value of the net.core.rmem_default parameter.
> Try to increase one.

Was set to 113664.  I've increased it a little so now it's

  net.ipv4.tcp_rmem = 4096 87380 284762
  net.core.rmem_max = 284761
  net.core.rmem_default = 284762

> 2) Can you check patch from thread
> http://forum.openvz.org/index.php?t=msg&goto=9018 ?

I am going to, though it's not easy, has to wait right now.

Thanks for your help - Max.
Re: TCP packets lost? [message #26240 is a reply to message #25705] Fri, 18 January 2008 12:14 Go to previous message
Max Deineko is currently offline  Max Deineko
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Turns out the host is running Virtuozzo.  We contacted SWSoft support -
I'll post here in case we have any news.

Thanks - Max.
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