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Are you using pconnect or connect? jordansissel closed this Nov 17, 2015 Sign up for free to join this conversation on GitHub. You could use this to verify that you're receiving TCP resets or ICMP Port Unreachable packets each time you attempt to connect. Is there a setting to bump up the log level? http://lebloggeek.com/read-error/read-error-from-server-broken-pipe-error-num-32.html

What baffles me is that the standalone PHP driver has no read errors on the socket for the exact same benchmark tests, but phpredis does.. Nick collision This quit message is caused when two or more users change to the same nickname at the same time. PHP_EOL; } } }); } $forker->wait(); php redis-test.php (2 forks x 10 iterations) (Bugs out, see errors) [fork 0] [0] ✓ [fork 1] [0] ✓ [fork 1] [1] ✓ [fork 0] This is often caused if the IRC client software crashes or exits suddenly, when it doesn't have the chance to close the connection gracefully.

marcin-github commented May 30, 2013 Michael, I made typo, I'm using redis-2.6.13, I'm sorry for this. G-lined This quit message is displayed when a user is banned from the entire IRC network, for various reasons. with netstat).

Jan 10 '15 at 0:10 add a comment| 2 Answers 2 active oldest votes up vote 3 down vote Seems like its a bug, so you might want to have a It's just a hash lookup, and one should exist per executing process. @nicolasff Am I totally confused here? I wouldn't think so, however, unless you have a low timeout and/or are issuing commands to Redis that take a very long time. If the hostname resolution uses a local host table, it's possible you resolved to an obsolete address.

I guess the data takes a lot of time to be generated and the load testing tool does not wait the data long enough then it closes the connection. Comments? 👍 1 virgofx commented Apr 27, 2016 @eeroniemi Yes, creating a new redis connection on error per fork will work. Terms Privacy Security Status Help You can't perform that action at this time. The send man page also confirms this: When the message does not fit into the send buffer of the socket, send() normally blocks, unless the socket has been placed in non-blocking

Just forget about it. –EJP Feb 23 '10 at 11:20 2 We've seen this exception when aborting an ajax request in the browser (using XMLHttpRequest.abort()). –obecker Jul 1 '13 at If it doesn't reuse processes, there's no advantage to using pconnect instead of connect. Am I wrong ? phpredis member michael-grunder commented May 28, 2013 @marcin-github These are always tricky to track down.

Seriously though, I just used localhost as an example rather than put the IP address for one of our production instances. a short timeout starts showing up read error.... Any way I can further debug this to figure out why it happens? Listen backlog has nothing to do with this exception.

This very simple program will do this for you: $start = time(); $r = new Redis(); $r->connect('localhost',6379, 0); try { $r->subscribe(array('test-channel'),'SubCallback'); } catch(Exception $ex) { $elapsed = time() - $start; echo this content The DNS records for that domain are no longer active or valid. But it seems to always fail for https site. ~] php -r "ini_set('default_socket_timeout', 60); var_dump(file_get_contents('https://www.google.com'));" string(46547) "Googlescript(function(){\nwindow.google={kEI:"Ro8RUcTxLYf2rAHfu4CABw",getEI:function(a){for(var b;a&&(!a.getAttribute||!(b=a.getAttribute("eid")));)a=a.parentNode;return b||google.kEI},https:function(){return"https:"==window.location.protocol},kEXPI:"17259,39523,4000116,4001569,4001959,4001975,4002001,4002159,4002208,4002436,4002562,4002733,40"... ~] php -r "ini_set('default_socket_timeout', -1); var_dump(file_get_contents('https://www.google.com'));" PHP Current value 60 seconds Reducing max requests per apache child Nothing happen / changed.

When the server receives information, it usually responds with information of its own. Personal Open source Business Explore Sign up Sign in Pricing Blog Support Search GitHub This repository Watch 426 Star 4,344 Fork 1,287 phpredis/phpredis Code Issues 253 Pull requests 38 Projects This has nothing todo with mIRC. weblink When they set it to you will get the error "Connection refused" because you are trying to connect to yourself as the server.

If I set the number to something huge (like 300 seconds), then it'll timeout at 300 seconds. May be overridden by the -user and -host command-line# options.ServiceUser "[email protected]"tell me if it works.[Edited on 17-1-2007 by BigBen][Edited on 17-1-2007 by BigBen][Edited on 17-1-2007 by BigBen] Logged katsklaw Guest (No Jan 10 '15 at 0:15 add a comment| Your Answer draft saved draft discarded Sign up or log in Sign up using Google Sign up using Facebook Sign up using

Very often you didnt have a (proper) connection to the Internet even before you started mIRC.

Setting the default_socket_timeout = 0 throws the exception immediately, -1 and the app hangs forever. Writing failed because there are no processes which could read from the pipe. As an example, the following code change fixed the error for me. If this tends to occur after running certain applications for a while, it might be a symptom of an application that doesn't return system resources (like memory) properly.

virgofx commented Nov 30, 2015 @michael-grunder Thanks. Just reconnect in a few minutes.[10053] Software cause connection abort More hereScenario: Joe and Mary are on their cell phones. What are the official channels? check over here For phpredis even patch for php-src from @shafreeck dont help.

Redis 2.4 was on Free BSD while 2.6 cluster is on CentOS 6.3 -Viktor evilsocket commented Jul 6, 2013 just my 2 cents ... Ping timeout All IRC servers periodically send what is known as a PING request, to check that the client connection is still alive. Chuck kotas commented Oct 4, 2012 I have sent a pull request to fix this issue. #260 fr0x referenced this issue in colinmollenhour/Cm_Cache_Backend_Redis Oct 17, 2012 Closed read error on connection yes, it will work.

It would run on your web server, and proxy connections to Redis. From redis.h: #define REDIS_INLINE_MAX_SIZE (1024*64) /* Max size of inline reads */ I think reporting the specific error message from phpredis may be the way to go here. So, there is something different with phpredis' connection handling that makes it less stable. it doesn't help much, I get connection timeout beetwen apache+php and twemproxy.

virgofx commented Jan 18, 2016 @michael-grunder ? grep "(9,|(9)" /tmp/strace.log
5197 16:15:32.058722 fcntl(9, F_GETFL) = 0x2 (flags O_RDWR) <0.000006>
5197 16:15:32.058751 fcntl(9, F_SETFL, O_RDWR|O_NONBLOCK) = 0 <0.000006>
5197 16:15:32.058779 setsockopt(9, SOL_TCP, TCP_NODELAY, [1], 4) = -1