Revert "Restart Unicorn and Sidekiq when GRPC throws 14:Endpoint read failed"

This reverts commit 00675311.
parent 7d121601
......@@ -22,7 +22,7 @@ Sidekiq.configure_server do |config|
config.server_middleware do |chain|
chain.add Gitlab::SidekiqMiddleware::ArgumentsLogger if ENV['SIDEKIQ_LOG_ARGUMENTS'] && !enable_json_logs
chain.add Gitlab::SidekiqMiddleware::Shutdown
chain.add Gitlab::SidekiqMiddleware::MemoryKiller if ENV['SIDEKIQ_MEMORY_KILLER_MAX_RSS']
chain.add Gitlab::SidekiqMiddleware::RequestStoreMiddleware unless ENV['SIDEKIQ_REQUEST_STORE'] == '0'
chain.add Gitlab::SidekiqMiddleware::BatchLoader
chain.add Gitlab::SidekiqMiddleware::CorrelationLogger
......
......@@ -164,8 +164,6 @@ module Gitlab
kwargs = yield(kwargs) if block_given?
stub(service, storage).__send__(rpc, request, kwargs) # rubocop:disable GitlabSecurity/PublicSend
rescue GRPC::Unavailable => ex
handle_grpc_unavailable!(ex)
ensure
duration = Gitlab::Metrics::System.monotonic_time - start
......@@ -178,27 +176,6 @@ module Gitlab
add_call_details(feature: "#{service}##{rpc}", duration: duration, request: request_hash, rpc: rpc)
end
def self.handle_grpc_unavailable!(ex)
status = ex.to_status
raise ex unless status.details == 'Endpoint read failed'
# There is a bug in grpc 1.8.x that causes a client process to get stuck
# always raising '14:Endpoint read failed'. The only thing that we can
# do to recover is to restart the process.
#
# See https://gitlab.com/gitlab-org/gitaly/issues/1029
if Sidekiq.server?
raise Gitlab::SidekiqMiddleware::Shutdown::WantShutdown.new(ex.to_s)
else
# SIGQUIT requests a Unicorn worker to shut down gracefully after the current request.
Process.kill('QUIT', Process.pid)
end
raise ex
end
private_class_method :handle_grpc_unavailable!
def self.current_transaction_labels
Gitlab::Metrics::Transaction.current&.labels || {}
end
......
# frozen_string_literal: true
module Gitlab
module SidekiqMiddleware
class MemoryKiller
# Default the RSS limit to 0, meaning the MemoryKiller is disabled
MAX_RSS = (ENV['SIDEKIQ_MEMORY_KILLER_MAX_RSS'] || 0).to_s.to_i
# Give Sidekiq 15 minutes of grace time after exceeding the RSS limit
GRACE_TIME = (ENV['SIDEKIQ_MEMORY_KILLER_GRACE_TIME'] || 15 * 60).to_s.to_i
# Wait 30 seconds for running jobs to finish during graceful shutdown
SHUTDOWN_WAIT = (ENV['SIDEKIQ_MEMORY_KILLER_SHUTDOWN_WAIT'] || 30).to_s.to_i
# Create a mutex used to ensure there will be only one thread waiting to
# shut Sidekiq down
MUTEX = Mutex.new
def call(worker, job, queue)
yield
current_rss = get_rss
return unless MAX_RSS > 0 && current_rss > MAX_RSS
Thread.new do
# Return if another thread is already waiting to shut Sidekiq down
next unless MUTEX.try_lock
Sidekiq.logger.warn "Sidekiq worker PID-#{pid} current RSS #{current_rss}"\
" exceeds maximum RSS #{MAX_RSS} after finishing job #{worker.class} JID-#{job['jid']}"
Sidekiq.logger.warn "Sidekiq worker PID-#{pid} will stop fetching new jobs in #{GRACE_TIME} seconds, and will be shut down #{SHUTDOWN_WAIT} seconds later"
# Wait `GRACE_TIME` to give the memory intensive job time to finish.
# Then, tell Sidekiq to stop fetching new jobs.
wait_and_signal(GRACE_TIME, 'SIGSTP', 'stop fetching new jobs')
# Wait `SHUTDOWN_WAIT` to give already fetched jobs time to finish.
# Then, tell Sidekiq to gracefully shut down by giving jobs a few more
# moments to finish, killing and requeuing them if they didn't, and
# then terminating itself.
wait_and_signal(SHUTDOWN_WAIT, 'SIGTERM', 'gracefully shut down')
# Wait for Sidekiq to shutdown gracefully, and kill it if it didn't.
wait_and_signal(Sidekiq.options[:timeout] + 2, 'SIGKILL', 'die')
end
end
private
def get_rss
output, status = Gitlab::Popen.popen(%W(ps -o rss= -p #{pid}), Rails.root.to_s)
return 0 unless status.zero?
output.to_i
end
def wait_and_signal(time, signal, explanation)
Sidekiq.logger.warn "waiting #{time} seconds before sending Sidekiq worker PID-#{pid} #{signal} (#{explanation})"
sleep(time)
Sidekiq.logger.warn "sending Sidekiq worker PID-#{pid} #{signal} (#{explanation})"
Process.kill(signal, pid)
end
def pid
Process.pid
end
end
end
end
# frozen_string_literal: true
require 'mutex_m'
module Gitlab
module SidekiqMiddleware
class Shutdown
extend Mutex_m
# Default the RSS limit to 0, meaning the MemoryKiller is disabled
MAX_RSS = (ENV['SIDEKIQ_MEMORY_KILLER_MAX_RSS'] || 0).to_s.to_i
# Give Sidekiq 15 minutes of grace time after exceeding the RSS limit
GRACE_TIME = (ENV['SIDEKIQ_MEMORY_KILLER_GRACE_TIME'] || 15 * 60).to_s.to_i
# Wait 30 seconds for running jobs to finish during graceful shutdown
SHUTDOWN_WAIT = (ENV['SIDEKIQ_MEMORY_KILLER_SHUTDOWN_WAIT'] || 30).to_s.to_i
# This exception can be used to request that the middleware start shutting down Sidekiq
WantShutdown = Class.new(StandardError)
ShutdownWithoutRaise = Class.new(WantShutdown)
private_constant :ShutdownWithoutRaise
# For testing only, to avoid race conditions (?) in Rspec mocks.
attr_reader :trace
# We store the shutdown thread in a class variable to ensure that there
# can be only one shutdown thread in the process.
def self.create_shutdown_thread
mu_synchronize do
break unless @shutdown_thread.nil?
@shutdown_thread = Thread.new { yield }
end
end
# For testing only: so we can wait for the shutdown thread to finish.
def self.shutdown_thread
mu_synchronize { @shutdown_thread }
end
# For testing only: so that we can reset the global state before each test.
def self.clear_shutdown_thread
mu_synchronize { @shutdown_thread = nil }
end
def initialize
@trace = Queue.new if Rails.env.test?
end
def call(worker, job, queue)
shutdown_exception = nil
begin
yield
check_rss!
rescue WantShutdown => ex
shutdown_exception = ex
end
return unless shutdown_exception
self.class.create_shutdown_thread do
do_shutdown(worker, job, shutdown_exception)
end
raise shutdown_exception unless shutdown_exception.is_a?(ShutdownWithoutRaise)
end
private
def do_shutdown(worker, job, shutdown_exception)
Sidekiq.logger.warn "Sidekiq worker PID-#{pid} shutting down because of #{shutdown_exception} after job "\
"#{worker.class} JID-#{job['jid']}"
Sidekiq.logger.warn "Sidekiq worker PID-#{pid} will stop fetching new jobs in #{GRACE_TIME} seconds, and will be shut down #{SHUTDOWN_WAIT} seconds later"
# Wait `GRACE_TIME` to give the memory intensive job time to finish.
# Then, tell Sidekiq to stop fetching new jobs.
wait_and_signal(GRACE_TIME, 'SIGTSTP', 'stop fetching new jobs')
# Wait `SHUTDOWN_WAIT` to give already fetched jobs time to finish.
# Then, tell Sidekiq to gracefully shut down by giving jobs a few more
# moments to finish, killing and requeuing them if they didn't, and
# then terminating itself.
wait_and_signal(SHUTDOWN_WAIT, 'SIGTERM', 'gracefully shut down')
# Wait for Sidekiq to shutdown gracefully, and kill it if it didn't.
wait_and_signal(Sidekiq.options[:timeout] + 2, 'SIGKILL', 'die')
end
def check_rss!
return unless MAX_RSS > 0
current_rss = get_rss
return unless current_rss > MAX_RSS
raise ShutdownWithoutRaise.new("current RSS #{current_rss} exceeds maximum RSS #{MAX_RSS}")
end
def get_rss
output, status = Gitlab::Popen.popen(%W(ps -o rss= -p #{pid}), Rails.root.to_s)
return 0 unless status.zero?
output.to_i
end
def wait_and_signal(time, signal, explanation)
Sidekiq.logger.warn "waiting #{time} seconds before sending Sidekiq worker PID-#{pid} #{signal} (#{explanation})"
sleep(time)
Sidekiq.logger.warn "sending Sidekiq worker PID-#{pid} #{signal} (#{explanation})"
kill(signal, pid)
end
def pid
Process.pid
end
def sleep(time)
if Rails.env.test?
@trace << [:sleep, time]
else
Kernel.sleep(time)
end
end
def kill(signal, pid)
if Rails.env.test?
@trace << [:kill, signal, pid]
else
Process.kill(signal, pid)
end
end
end
end
end
require 'spec_helper'
describe Gitlab::SidekiqMiddleware::Shutdown do
describe Gitlab::SidekiqMiddleware::MemoryKiller do
subject { described_class.new }
let(:pid) { 999 }
let(:pid) { Process.pid }
let(:worker) { double(:worker, class: 'TestWorker') }
let(:job) { { 'jid' => 123 } }
let(:queue) { 'test_queue' }
let(:block) { proc { nil } }
def run
subject.call(worker, job, queue) { block.call }
described_class.shutdown_thread&.join
end
def pop_trace
subject.trace.pop(true)
thread = subject.call(worker, job, queue) { nil }
thread&.join
end
before do
allow(subject).to receive(:get_rss).and_return(10.kilobytes)
described_class.clear_shutdown_thread
allow(subject).to receive(:pid).and_return(pid)
end
context 'when MAX_RSS is set to 0' do
......@@ -35,26 +30,22 @@ describe Gitlab::SidekiqMiddleware::Shutdown do
end
end
def expect_shutdown_sequence
expect(pop_trace).to eq([:sleep, 15 * 60])
expect(pop_trace).to eq([:kill, 'SIGTSTP', pid])
expect(pop_trace).to eq([:sleep, 30])
expect(pop_trace).to eq([:kill, 'SIGTERM', pid])
expect(pop_trace).to eq([:sleep, 10])
expect(pop_trace).to eq([:kill, 'SIGKILL', pid])
end
context 'when MAX_RSS is exceeded' do
before do
stub_const("#{described_class}::MAX_RSS", 5.kilobytes)
end
it 'sends the TSTP, TERM and KILL signals at expected times' do
run
it 'sends the STP, TERM and KILL signals at expected times' do
expect(subject).to receive(:sleep).with(15 * 60).ordered
expect(Process).to receive(:kill).with('SIGSTP', pid).ordered
expect(subject).to receive(:sleep).with(30).ordered
expect(Process).to receive(:kill).with('SIGTERM', pid).ordered
expect_shutdown_sequence
expect(subject).to receive(:sleep).with(10).ordered
expect(Process).to receive(:kill).with('SIGKILL', pid).ordered
run
end
end
......@@ -69,20 +60,4 @@ describe Gitlab::SidekiqMiddleware::Shutdown do
run
end
end
context 'when WantShutdown is raised' do
let(:block) { proc { raise described_class::WantShutdown } }
it 'starts the shutdown sequence and re-raises the exception' do
expect { run }.to raise_exception(described_class::WantShutdown)
# We can't expect 'run' to have joined on the shutdown thread, because
# it hit an exception.
shutdown_thread = described_class.shutdown_thread
expect(shutdown_thread).not_to be_nil
shutdown_thread.join
expect_shutdown_sequence
end
end
end
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