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Track activeSockets in OPS event #180

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victor-huang opened this issue Aug 29, 2014 · 4 comments · Fixed by #213
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Track activeSockets in OPS event #180

victor-huang opened this issue Aug 29, 2014 · 4 comments · Fixed by #213
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@victor-huang victor-huang commented Aug 29, 2014

the system default of 5 maxSockets per host got us into trouble. it will be nice to track the number of active sockets in the running Hapi process

@lloydbenson lloydbenson added this to the 3.0.0 milestone Aug 29, 2014
@arb arb modified the milestones: 3.1.0, 3.0.0 Oct 7, 2014
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@arb arb commented Oct 16, 2014

Are you looking for the number of sockets in use or the number of sockets the node process is allowed to use?

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@lloydbenson lloydbenson commented Oct 16, 2014

in use.

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@arb arb commented Oct 17, 2014

So do you think just two numbers, one for http and one for https would be enough or do you want something like

"http": {
  "www.google.com:80": 3,
  "www.facebook.com:80": 4
}
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@lloydbenson lloydbenson commented Oct 17, 2014

Total is the most important (just want to check against max socket so its
apparently we may be reaching our limit). I think the breakdown is a very
interesting feature though and could help WHY its hitting that limit. Also
need incoming and outgoing socket breakdown. The breakdown is really to
compare against the max setting so you can tell if you are going to have
production issues or not.

-Lloyd

On Fri, Oct 17, 2014 at 8:54 AM, Adam Bretz notifications@github.com
wrote:

So do you think just two numbers, one for http and one for https would be
enough or do you want something like

"http": {
"www.google.com:80": 3,
"www.facebook.com:80": 4}


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