Slowness issues with a java application running on a docker container over AWS ECS

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I am facing one issue in the Java application which is running on Docker Container over AWS ECS, which is it becomes intermittently slow (dead) sometimes and gets auto-resolved withing 15-20 mins.

The common factors constituting this behavior are high CPU, load, and memory

Which i have already verified and they all are running fine. can someone suggest possible ways to debug the same?
Oct 5 in Docker by anonymous
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You can set the following two parameters to control container stop and start timeout at the container instance level:

1.    In /etc/ecs/ecs.config, set the value of the ECS_CONTAINER_STOP_TIMEOUT parameter to the amount of time that you want to pass before your containers are forcibly killed if they don't exit normally on their own.

Note: The default value for Linux and Windows is 30s.

2.    In /etc/ecs/ecs.config, set the value of the ECS_CONTAINER_START_TIMEOUT parameter to the amount of time that you want to pass before the ECS container agent stops trying to start the container.

Note: The default value is 3m for Linux and 8m for Windows.

Check this out for more info:

https://aws.amazon.com/premiumsupport/knowledge-center/ecs-tasks-stuck-pending-state/
answered Oct 5 by Rajendra Prasad

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