mysql docker container crashes often
I am using mariadb and wordpress container. But this error keeps on happening. How can I ensure that this crash does not happen anymore ? Am I being attacked ? Or is it a problem that occurs to other people ? How can I attach to mariadb and have access to the shell and try to find out what goes on inside mariadb container?
See below the messages logged after every crash… There seems to be a high number of page hits as well. page visits go up to 20.000 to 60.000 hits on pages. These seem to be the work of crawlers, bots. Not sure if these are malicious attacks.
Any help on how to go about dealing with this problem?
I have mariadb, wordpress and phpmyadmin working in three docker containers under ubuntu 14 on digital ocean.
Here are the crash messages:
[1668002.926214] Out of memory: Kill process 16765 (mysqld) score 176 or sacrifice child [1668002.935614] killed process 16765 (mysqld) total-vm:1012836kb, anon-rss:178840kb, file-rss:0kb
[1668040.992415] killed process 22570 (php5-fpm) total-vm:418044kB, anon-rss:145392kB, file-rss: 20624kB
New York Server:
[1225007.977126] Out of memory: Kill process 3161 (mysqld) score 245 or sacrifice child [
1225007.985657] killed process 3161 (mysqld) total-vm: 977148kb, anon-rss:122488kb, file-rss:0kB)
[1632264.057873] Out of memory: Kill process 22421 (mysqld) score 246 or sacrifice child
[1632264.067530] Killed process 22421 (mysqld) total-vm: 1005228kb, anon-rss:249328kb, file-rss:0kb
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The official MySQL images on Docker Hub use a configuration that’s recommended by MySQL. Basically, the default configuration is tuned for performance, and is intended for running MySQL on a dedicated server, with lots of memory (multiple gigabytes).
Tune MySQL settings based on your requirements and available resources
When running MySQL in a container on a small DigitalOcean droplet (512MB, 1GB), you will have to modify the default settings to fit your situation. For example; limit the maximum amount of simultaneous connections, less query cache, etc.
Also note that, by default, DigitalOcean droplets don’t have swap configured, which means that if they run out of memory, they cannot use the SSD to swap. It’s important to configure Swap on those droplets so that MySQL doesn’t crash if it’s temporarily needing more memory (e.g. when re-idexing the database).
This article describes how to configure a Swap partition on Ubuntu 14.04 on DigitalOcean; How To Add Swap on Ubuntu 14.04
The following issues on the official MySQL Docker repository contain some hints for tuning MySQL settings for “performance” or “memory efficiency”;
- mysql immediately stops after running
- Container with MySQL crash almost every day
The MySQL readme on Docker Hub describes how to use a custom configuration file; “Using a custom MySQL configuration file”