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build/ops: upstart: configuration is too generous on restarts #5992

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smithfarm commented Sep 19, 2015

upstart: limit respawn to 3 in 30 mins (instead of 5 in 30s)
It may take tens of seconds to restart each time, so 5 in 30s does not stop
the crash on startup respawn loop in many cases.  In particular, we'd like
to catch the case where the internal heartbeats fail.

This should be enough for all but the most sluggish of OSDs and capture
many cases of failure shortly after startup.

Fixes: #11798
Signed-off-by: Sage Weil <sage@redhat.com>
(cherry picked from commit eaff6cb)

@smithfarm smithfarm self-assigned this Sep 19, 2015

@smithfarm smithfarm added this to the firefly milestone Sep 19, 2015

@smithfarm smithfarm added bug fix core build/ops and removed core labels Sep 19, 2015

ghost pushed a commit that referenced this pull request Oct 20, 2015

Merge pull request #5992: upstart: configuration is too generous on r…
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Reviewed-by: Loic Dachary <ldachary@redhat.com>

ghost pushed a commit that referenced this pull request Oct 20, 2015

Loic Dachary
Merge pull request #5992 from SUSE/wip-13168-firefly
upstart: configuration is too generous on restarts

Reviewed-by: Loic Dachary <ldachary@redhat.com>

@ghost ghost merged commit fca8a17 into ceph:firefly Oct 20, 2015

@smithfarm smithfarm deleted the SUSE:wip-13168-firefly branch Oct 20, 2015

@ghost ghost changed the title from upstart: configuration is too generous on restarts to build/ops: upstart: configuration is too generous on restarts Oct 24, 2015

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