[stunnel-users] RE: Stunnel Forks Out of Control

Michal Trojnara Michal.Trojnara at mobi-com.net
Sat Feb 24 07:57:35 CET 2007

On Friday 23 February 2007 22:32, Duncan Brown wrote:
>   Ok, I've gone through my last log file for when this issue happens.
> There's "1130 finished (2 left)" (where 1030 is the port we're listening
> on) at 10:22am, for example.  Then, the next "1130 finished" doesn't happen
> for about another 20 minutes (which is weird), and then says, "1131
> finished (124 left)".  It's at this point that a lot of "connection reset
> by peer"'s happen and "0 bytes sent to SSL" also happen.  It looks as
> though there are a bunch of connections being accepted but not handled. 
> Can anyone assist? The debug level 7 log file is available if necessary. 

1. See your network connections when there are too many stunnel threads:
	lsof -a -i -c stunnel

2. See your stunnel.conf if there are any loops (like services connecting 
itself or services connecting each other).

3. See some of your stunnel logs.

If you can't figure out the solution -> send all of them to the mailing list.

Best regards,

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