[AG-TECH] AG3 Bridge issue
fdech at uchicago.edu
Fri Apr 27 08:59:32 CDT 2007
Very creative. Is that why I keep getting kicked off your bridge in the
middle of the afternoon? :-)
On Fri, Apr 27, 2007 at 10:01PM, Jason Bell said:
> G'day Fred
> One thing that I do to overcome this problem is I run a daily Cron job
> where I restart "my" bridge at midnight each night. I find this helps a
> You may find the following information useful
> Hope this helps.
> -----Original Message-----
> From: Fred Dech [mailto:fdech at uchicago.edu]
> Sent: Friday, 27 April 2007 01:36 AM
> To: AG TECH
> Subject: [AG-TECH] AG3 Bridge issue
> I've been running a bridge on and off for some time and still run into
> the same annoying issue. After the Bridge process runs for some period
> of time and the amount of activity (Quickbridge processes spawned and
> destroyed) goes past a certain point, the Bridge stops functioning
> properly. It no longer identifies itself to the registry and no new
> entries are added to the log file. I've tried different FC5 and FC6
> platforms, assuming that this problem was machine specific, but this
> behavior has not changed. I also tried running Bridge as root, thinking
> that I was running into some kind of restricted buffer limit. No
> The last thing normally logged is some attempts to create new bridges:
> 04/25/07 14:26:31 -1208707392 Toolkit Bridge:57 INFO Bridge
> request: mcast 188.8.131.52 59822
> 04/25/07 14:26:31 -1208707392 Toolkit BridgeFactory.py:110 INFO
> Method CreateBridge called
> 04/25/07 14:26:31 -1208707392 Toolkit BridgeFactory.py:116 INFO
> Allocated port = 50076
> 04/25/07 14:26:31 -1208707392 Toolkit BridgeFactory.py:123 INFO -
> using existing bridge
> and the BridgeFactory uses an existing bridge.
> Then the last item in the log is usually the destruction of all the
> After that the Bridge might as well not be running, because it doesn't
> show up in the registry.
> The only think to do at this point is to kill and restart the bridge.
> Does this sound familiar to anyone?
> I'd appreciate any comments or suggestions.
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