On Fri, Oct 12, 2007 at 17:34 +0200, Bernhard Ager wrote:
No, it is not :-) I only want fully established tcp
(Ok, sorry, I misunderstood you and thought that you do want to
count all connections.)
connection_established() to detect new connections,
connection_state_remove() for decreasing the counter and a set of
conn_id to ensure that a connection is removed only once.
Yeah, that's actually the best approach then.
I tried out the built-in resource_usage() as well, it
much the same results as the new_connection() approach:
Right, that makes sense because it also counts all currently active
connection independent of their state.
1184669772.382840 total: 00125000 concurrent: 67299
max_TCP_conns: 122752 num_TCP_conns: 67299
1184669772.672518 total: 00126000 concurrent: 67767 max_TCP_conns: 67768
After looking into the code this seems to happen exactly when the
underlying PDict object does a table resize.
Yepp, that looks indeed like a bug in the accounting code. While the
resize is on its way, there are actually two tables kept internally
and it seems the code calculates the max size wrong during this
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