Has anyone else seen increased memory usage of their #Mastodon instance after upgrading to 2.9?
I'm currently noticing a more or less linear growth in memory usage (with a small bump down each night) ever since I installed 2.9.2
Yesterday, I had to disable the 6GB memory limit on the lxd container I keep my Mastodon in, as there was just too much swapping going on.
actually higher memory usage here too. running proxmox vm with 4gb actually but think will enhance to 6gb
@galaxis My instance is using 0,98GB and the usage is always more or less the same.
@nipos Naja, meine Instanz läuft schon seit über zwei Jahren, und allein die Postgres-DB ist knapp 12GB groß... Hab' außerdem auch Elasticsearch am laufen.
@galaxis Ja gut,da kann man schon mal ein bisschen RAM verbrauchen.Aber solche sprunghaften Anstiege konnte ich bei mir eben nicht feststellen.
@nipos Ich werd' mal schauen müssen, welcher Prozeß dafür verantwortlich ist. Dachte halt, jemand anderes hätte das evtl. auch beobachtet und schon untersucht - mal abwarten, ob es über Nacht noch Rückmeldungen gibt.
@galaxis Yes, my smallish instance is currently using 14GB 8GB of which is from sidekicks workers. This is a sizable increase I believe.
@debugninja Yeah, still going on here, just mitigated by giving out more memory. Biggest chunk is sidekiq for me too.
@debugninja Hrm. I also notice that I upgraded on Jun 22, and from that day I got quite a spike in failed sidekiq requests. Not sure what's up with that (but also out of time for debugging tonight).
Wonder if there's any connection between the many failed sidekiq jobs on my Mastodon instance and this commit ("Fix HTTP requests to IPv6 hosts"): https://github.com/tootsuite/mastodon/pull/11240/files
This seems to fix an error introduced before the release of v2.9.0 in this change: https://github.com/ThibG/mastodon/commit/0d9ffe56fb59e0d1fce91265f44140d874c0bfba#diff-9f700439a1be351f952538f27043ef6a
While I only publish an IPv4 address for my instance right now, it does have IPv6 connectivity (and uses v6 for outbound connections).
Guess I'll try updating to master.
No, sorry. Everything fine.
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