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S3 GETs on LATM (last access time) enabled buckets may cause memory exhaustion and crash StorageGRID nodes

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Applies to

  • StorageGRID or earlier
  • StorageGRID or earlier


Only if Last Access Time (LATM) on a bucket is enabled may this article be helpful.


  • S3 Client side slow performance
  • Storage Node Memory depletion
  • Possible Storage Nodes crashing (Blue state)
  • Possible Storage Node LDR service crashing (Blue state)
  • High CPU Usage on Storage Node
  • "Worst Case Blocking (MSBX)" over 100s
    • GMI -> Storage Node -> LDR -> Resources



When LATM is enabled for a bucket

  • S3 Request will attempt to push all object segments to ILM when OBDR is destroyed
  • The pushWithSegments looks up the segment UUID metadata to enqueue segments into ILM queue
  • As ADE kernel considers the OBDR dead, the C* operation response is never delivered to it and OBDR never exits


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