How ActionCable broke Puma

  1. POSIX systems (Linux, BSD, macOS) use “file descriptors” for sockets.

The Tipping Point

  • ActionCable holds on to 1023 concurrent connections that are happily doing nothing.
  • Puma calls select and breaks the underlying system.

Why Didn’t Anyone Seem To Notice

What To Do?

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