Sidekiq queues haven't broken past 500 all day, amazing.

"Fix your scaling issues with this one weird trick! systemd *hates* it!"

it's actually mentioned in the official docs: I should send a pull request to emphasize how impactful splitting up the Sidekiq daemon can be.

Today went really well. The new Sidekiq setup (multiple systemd services, to scale up specific in-demand queues) has worked out perfectly! CPUs aren’t idling as much and load average is still super-reasonable. I never saw the queue size exceed 500 all day, while yesterday we reached 45k :ohnocat:

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