My sidekiq process (specifically the one handling the "push" queue) just ran into its ulimit for some reason and started failing jobs with "Too many open files - getaddrinfo".
Monitoring shows that the open socket count has been increasing ever since I updated to 2.1, making me think it's somehow leaking sockets. Is anyone else seeing this?
If your monitoring isn't tracking this, you can count manually with:
ls -l /proc/<SIDEKIQ_PID>/fd | wc -l
We might be looking at another "Apple pls sign firmware with backdoor" court case soon: https://9to5mac.com/2017/11/19/unlock-texas-shooter-iphone-se/
Unlike the San Bernardino case, this iPhone has a Secure Enclave. Law enforcement could try to find someone that sells them an exploit (which should not be an option unless there's a design flaw in the Secure Enclave), or they could go through the courts, who could force them to sign firmware that disables PIN rate-limiting and the auto-wipe feature.
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