[Mono-dev] NancyFX self hosting (HttpListener) locking up on linux
"Andrés G. Aragoneses"
knocte at gmail.com
Sun Aug 4 09:02:50 UTC 2013
On 04/08/13 03:07, Alfred Hall wrote:
> Hi there.
> I'm running the NancyFX web framework in self hosting mode which is
> using HttpListener which basically means I deploy an executable and run
> it and it will start a webserver on localhost on a TCP port of choice. I
> then use nginx to proxy to it.
> I first ran my executable on my macbook pro and bombarded it with jmeter
> and it coped fine and no issues.
> I then deployed on my debian wheezy 64 bit linux box running on top of
> KVM using mono 3.2.0 and performed the same jmeter experiment. It locks
> up fairly quickly and wont take any new requests. I've tried using both
> sgen and boehm but they behave similarly although it seems to lock up
> faster when using sgen. I also tried enabling MONO_DISABLE_AIO but it
> doesn't make any difference.
> Anyone had similar issues?
> I tried using self hosted ServiceStack which also uses HttpListener and
> had similar issues so I'm finding it unlikely that the bug is in NancyFX
> I tried installing mono 2.10.8 to check if this is a regression, but
> getting exactly the same results.
> Any idea how I can debug this further or what could be going on.
Could you try mono master (3.3) instead of 3.2? I mention this because
this pull request  has been merged recently, which could help in this
situation (and wouldn't make much difference in Mac since the problem in
this platform is worked-around by avoiding kqueue ).
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