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Re: [Pulp-list] Supported version of goferd



Hi Pete,

The gofer rpms are available for the respective operating systems in their folders for each verison of Pulp here:  https://repos.fedorapeople.org/pulp/pulp/stable/  (iirc) gofer is not distributed in base or epel RHEL/CentOS.

Gofer makes heavy use of qpidd. If registering lots of systems causes qpidd to OOM, you probably need more memory. Pulp only sends and receives messages to qpidd so Pulp can't control the qpidd memory footprint very much. Maybe file a memory issue against qpidd? I suspect currently that it's just not very memory efficient.

Regarding the 100% cpu usage, I think that should be a new Pulp bug that is filed so we can get discussion onto that issue. If you are willing to file it with a reproducer that would be ideal.

All the best,
Brian










On Thu, Sep 7, 2017 at 10:57 AM, Scrutton, Peter <Peter Scrutton worldpay com> wrote:

Brian,

 

Thanks for your reply. Sorry about the delay in replying to your mail

 

We now have 2.14 released, which contains gofer 2.7.6 rpms in the fedora pulp stable 2.14 RHEL7 repo.

The RHEL6 and RHEL5 repos do not contain the gofer rpms. Is this intended situation? If I require them for consumers running the older operating system releases, where can I obtain these rpms?

 

I am asking these questions as I’m having the following issues using Pulp 2.9.2:

1)      When more than 2000 consumers registered against the pulp server, the qpidd process consumes memory, and then is terminated by the oom killer – this is running on OL7

2)      The goferd process on a consumer will go 100% cpu usage. This is happening on all OS versions (RHEL5/RHEL6/RHEL7/OEL5/OL6/OL7)

 

Will a planned upgrade to 2.14 resolve these issues?

(that assumes the gofer rpm issue is resolved)

 

I was planning to use a later version of gofer (2.9 or 2.11). I would not go back to an earlier version, due to the fixes applied within a version.

 

I look forward to your comments

 

Regards

 

Pete

 

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From: Brian Bouterse [mailto:bbouters redhat com]
Sent: 07 August 2017 16:32
To: Scrutton, Peter <Peter Scrutton WorldPay com>
Cc: pulp-list redhat com
Subject: Re: [Pulp-list] Supported version of goferd

 

The 2.13 "stable" repo [0] shows gofer as being at 2.7.6 for 2.13.3. Regarding using a later version of gofer I think that version is the latest already. If you meant is it ok to use an earlier version of goferd, I'm not sure if it will work and I don't believe its been tested.

[0]: https://repos.fedorapeople.org/pulp/pulp/stable/2.13/7Server/x86_64/

-Brian

 

On Fri, Aug 4, 2017 at 2:05 PM, Scrutton, Peter <Peter Scrutton worldpay com> wrote:

Dear Pulp list,

I might be having issues with goferd.

Which version of goferd is supported with pulp 2.13.3.

Is it possible to use a later version of the software with pulp 2.13.3?

Thanks for your help with the supported version of goferd

Regards

Pete

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