We are seeing errors with correlations which happen for the larger requests, such as
It looks like correlations don't finish - and worse the running processes take a significant chunk of RAM, around 10GB each. Eventually they disappear.
To prevent future OOM killing I set the memory allocation in sysctl.conf to
The running kernel did not accept these, so it requires a reboot (later).
One error I am seeing in the logs is
/export/local/home/zas1024/opt/genenetwork2_20210805/lib/python3.8/site-packages/scipy/stats/stats.py:3913: PearsonRConstantInputWarning: An input array is constant; the correlation coefficent is not defined.warnings.warn(PearsonRConstantInputWarning())
This is bleeding through to GN2 as a library which explains why it is not the GN3 server growing.
In all, the instability is probably caused be a computation going out of whack. What is worrisome is the amount of RAM all processes take. Python is not cleaning up. We should start by lowering gunicorn cleanup routines, such as --max-requests INT and --max-requests-jitter INT in
Currently the GN3 API is run with
env FLASK_DEBUG=1 FLASK_APP="main.py" flask run --port=8086
I added gunicorn for production
In the logs we see also quite a bit of noise. Should disable that:
Werkzeug.exceptions.NotFound: 404 Not Found: The requested URL was not found on the server. If you entered the URL manually please check your spelling and try again.
Tested this issue, and there was no timeout. Closing this as completed.