Commit 23d714ed authored by href's avatar href Committed by rinpatch

Fix race in enforcer/reclaimer start

parent 6a0f2bdf
defmodule Pleroma.Gun.ConnectionPool.Reclaimer do
use GenServer, restart: :temporary
@registry Pleroma.Gun.ConnectionPool
def start_monitor() do
pid =
case :gen_server.start(__MODULE__, [], name: {:via, Registry, {@registry, "reclaimer"}}) do
{:ok, pid} ->
pid
{:error, {:already_registered, pid}} ->
pid
end
{pid, Process.monitor(pid)}
end
@impl true
def init(_) do
{:ok, nil, {:continue, :reclaim}}
end
@impl true
def handle_continue(:reclaim, _) do
max_connections = Pleroma.Config.get([:connections_pool, :max_connections])
reclaim_max =
[:connections_pool, :reclaim_multiplier]
|> Pleroma.Config.get()
|> Kernel.*(max_connections)
|> round
|> max(1)
:telemetry.execute([:pleroma, :connection_pool, :reclaim, :start], %{}, %{
max_connections: max_connections,
reclaim_max: reclaim_max
})
# :ets.fun2ms(
# fn {_, {worker_pid, {_, used_by, crf, last_reference}}} when used_by == [] ->
# {worker_pid, crf, last_reference} end)
unused_conns =
Registry.select(
@registry,
[
{{:_, :"$1", {:_, :"$2", :"$3", :"$4"}}, [{:==, :"$2", []}], [{{:"$1", :"$3", :"$4"}}]}
]
)
case unused_conns do
[] ->
:telemetry.execute(
[:pleroma, :connection_pool, :reclaim, :stop],
%{reclaimed_count: 0},
%{
max_connections: max_connections
}
)
{:stop, :no_unused_conns, nil}
unused_conns ->
reclaimed =
unused_conns
|> Enum.sort(fn {_pid1, crf1, last_reference1}, {_pid2, crf2, last_reference2} ->
crf1 <= crf2 and last_reference1 <= last_reference2
end)
|> Enum.take(reclaim_max)
reclaimed
|> Enum.each(fn {pid, _, _} ->
DynamicSupervisor.terminate_child(Pleroma.Gun.ConnectionPool.WorkerSupervisor, pid)
end)
:telemetry.execute(
[:pleroma, :connection_pool, :reclaim, :stop],
%{reclaimed_count: Enum.count(reclaimed)},
%{max_connections: max_connections}
)
{:stop, :normal, nil}
end
end
end
......@@ -29,89 +29,16 @@ def start_worker(opts, retry \\ false) do
end
end
@registry Pleroma.Gun.ConnectionPool
@enforcer_key "enforcer"
defp free_pool do
case Registry.lookup(@registry, @enforcer_key) do
[] ->
pid =
spawn(fn ->
{:ok, _pid} = Registry.register(@registry, @enforcer_key, nil)
max_connections = Pleroma.Config.get([:connections_pool, :max_connections])
reclaim_max =
[:connections_pool, :reclaim_multiplier]
|> Pleroma.Config.get()
|> Kernel.*(max_connections)
|> round
|> max(1)
:telemetry.execute([:pleroma, :connection_pool, :reclaim, :start], %{}, %{
max_connections: max_connections,
reclaim_max: reclaim_max
})
# :ets.fun2ms(
# fn {_, {worker_pid, {_, used_by, crf, last_reference}}} when used_by == [] ->
# {worker_pid, crf, last_reference} end)
unused_conns =
Registry.select(
@registry,
[
{{:_, :"$1", {:_, :"$2", :"$3", :"$4"}}, [{:==, :"$2", []}],
[{{:"$1", :"$3", :"$4"}}]}
]
)
case unused_conns do
[] ->
:telemetry.execute(
[:pleroma, :connection_pool, :reclaim, :stop],
%{reclaimed_count: 0},
%{
max_connections: max_connections
}
)
exit(:no_unused_conns)
unused_conns ->
reclaimed =
unused_conns
|> Enum.sort(fn {_pid1, crf1, last_reference1},
{_pid2, crf2, last_reference2} ->
crf1 <= crf2 and last_reference1 <= last_reference2
end)
|> Enum.take(reclaim_max)
reclaimed
|> Enum.each(fn {pid, _, _} ->
DynamicSupervisor.terminate_child(__MODULE__, pid)
end)
:telemetry.execute(
[:pleroma, :connection_pool, :reclaim, :stop],
%{reclaimed_count: Enum.count(reclaimed)},
%{max_connections: max_connections}
)
end
end)
wait_for_enforcer_finish(pid)
[{pid, _}] ->
wait_for_enforcer_finish(pid)
end
wait_for_reclaimer_finish(Pleroma.Gun.ConnectionPool.Reclaimer.start_monitor())
end
defp wait_for_enforcer_finish(pid) do
ref = Process.monitor(pid)
defp wait_for_reclaimer_finish({pid, mon}) do
receive do
{:DOWN, ^ref, :process, ^pid, :no_unused_conns} ->
{:DOWN, ^mon, :process, ^pid, :no_unused_conns} ->
:error
{:DOWN, ^ref, :process, ^pid, :normal} ->
{:DOWN, ^mon, :process, ^pid, :normal} ->
:ok
end
end
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