Caused by: java.net.SocketException: Connection reset Error
Attached a typical error instance.
[2020-02-17T09:36:51.240Z] Downloading 'https://<URL>' ... threw an exception: java.io.IOException: Could not create or write to file ... [2020-02-17T09:36:52.643Z] Caused by: java.net.SocketException: Connection reset
This is happening multiple times a day - what could be causing this and how can it be fixed?
After digging around on this for a bit, it sounds like there are a few things to try in terms of adjusting internal configurations.
Per this TIBC post, the "Connection Reset" error was able to be bypassed by having the "customer" add the HTTP header
Connection: close in the actual HTTP request:
This tutorial from Java Code Geeks identified the issue as there being
Too many open files (specifically, too many file descriptors open to the system) on the receiving end. This was solved by going
/etc/sysctl.conf and raising the number in the
Finally, this Stack Overflow forum post provides a few different fixes for this, including tuning the
http-thread-pool settings, looking to see if the
HttpClient is stale, and more:
You can also look to see if an MTR report can help identify if there is any packet loss between servers along the network route:
Hope these help!
java.io.IOException: Could not create or write to file
You don't have permission to create/write a file in the directory where you're trying to store the download…or you're trying to create a local-domain socket (file) in a place where you don't have permission to do that.
Caused by: java.net.SocketException: Connection reset
The server has determined that your download is taking too long and terminated it…or your software is hanging up on the server.
Given the first error, I would suggest the latter… Your software determines it can't save the download because of a permissions error or can't create the socket in the first place and then just hangs up.