migration personal contacts performance
Same XiVO as #5862
grep ERROR /var/log/xivo-ctid.log|grep -v 'connection to user'|grep -v 'Exception caught in callback'|grep -o 'bound method [A-Za-z\._]* of'|sort |uniq -c|sort -nr 96 bound method DirectoriesCommand.lookup of 88 bound method PersonalCommand.import_csv of 27 bound method PersonalCommand.delete of 27 bound method DirectoriesCommand.personal of 18 bound method PersonalCommand.edit of 14 bound method PersonalCommand.create of 5 bound method DirectoriesCommand.favorites of 4 bound method PersonalCommand.purge of 3 bound method PersonalCommand.get of 1 bound method DirectoriesCommand.new_favorite of
The main problem may be
88 bound method PersonalCommand.import_csv of
because it seems that personal contacts import timeout (why?) and then is re-attempted at each CTI Client connection.
And it is perhaps the reason why consul consumes a lot of I/O (see #5862)
#3 Updated by Pascal Cadotte-Michaud about 3 years ago
On my installation, it takes ~35 seconds to import 1000 contacts using xivo-dird.
the default timeout for xivo-dird in /etc/xivo-ctid/config.yml is 3 seconds.
My guess is that every time someone with enough contacts to have an import that last more that 3 seconds.
The POST on xivo-dird timeouts, all contacts are inserted but the succes never reaches the xivo client which
never remove the old contact file. The result is another import on the next connection... with no success.
I will test the following config file in `/etc/xivo-ctid/conf.d/timeout.yml`
dird: timeout: 60
and see if it would be a possible work around for the time of the migration or if its going to wreak havoc with every thing else in xivo-ctid.
#5 Updated by Pascal Cadotte-Michaud over 2 years ago
- Assignee set to Pascal Cadotte-Michaud
- Read documentation? set to No
- Status changed from New to Code review
- Target version set to 16.06
This ticket will be completed at the same time as #5867
on a xivo-business the time to import a sample csv file of 1000 entries went from 543 to 7 seconds.