[JIRA] Commented: (HUDSON-6965) GT seems to loose it's connection to Gerrit without re-connecting

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[JIRA] Commented: (HUDSON-6965) GT seems to loose it's connection to Gerrit without re-connecting

Kohsuke Kawaguchi
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rsandell commented on HUDSON-6965:
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We are running our Hudson instance for weeks at the time without loosing the connection (we are restarting it for other reasons), so I have problems reproducing it. Could it be an OS or JVM issue?
You could try to increase the TCP or SSH timeouts on the OS level both on the server running Hudson and on the server running Gerrit as a workaround.

But the trigger should of course notice the timeout and automatically reconnect by design, but for some reason the dropped connection is not noticed by the ssh library that we are using.

> GT seems to loose it's connection to Gerrit without re-connecting
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>                 Key: HUDSON-6965
>                 URL: http://issues.hudson-ci.org/browse/HUDSON-6965
>             Project: Hudson
>          Issue Type: Bug
>          Components: gerrit-trigger
>            Reporter: antonystubbs
>            Assignee: rsandell
>            Priority: Critical
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> Haven't managed to catch it in the act yet, but it works really well for a while, then I notice it stops getting triggered. I go into hudson/manage/gerrittrigger and click restart and it seems to connect ok (watching gerrit logs) and it works fine again.
> This has happened consistently since setting it up. Appears to work for just a few hours, before needing a kick up the pants...
> Great work!

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