service not autoscaling to zero in cloud run

Asked By: Anonymous

A service is running for last 12 hours in Cloud Run , however have not sent any request after first hour. I read that there is no predictable time frame before which service is scaled to zero in FAQ, but I would assume after 10 hours the green tick mark should go off against service name in Cloud Run dashboard as it also says 0 req/sec for last 10 hours ?

Service is behind a custom domain that is new.

From logs , I can see below requests intermittently – seems like crawlers are making some requests – is that the reason service does not scale to zero ?

2019-05-04T01:57:10.661674ZGET200 764 B 4 ms Mozilla/5.0 (compatible; bingbot/2.0; +  /_next/static/CobVVFSUIaptTFTVGYam1/pages/index.js
2019-05-04T01:57:15.349339ZGET200 22.46 KB 6 ms Mozilla/5.0 (compatible; bingbot/2.0; +  /_next/static/runtime/main-fd73dbd6f398b7b886ec.js
2019-05-04T01:57:15.490689ZGET200 1.83 KB 5 ms Mozilla/5.0 (compatible; bingbot/2.0; +  /_next/static/runtime/webpack-a79426b5e11f0ba5879d.js
2019-05-04T01:57:19.993381ZGET200 2.8 KB 4 ms Mozilla/5.0 (compatible; bingbot/2.0; +  /_next/static/CobVVFSUIaptTFTVGYam1/pages/_app.js
2019-05-04T01:57:20.071521ZGET200 180.46 KB 6 ms Mozilla/5.0 (compatible; bingbot/2.0; +  /_next/static/chunks/commons.6b84ece70b270c5da3e5.js


I do see after 7 hours of inactivity, it issues following lines in log

Container terminated by the container manager on signal 9.


Answered By: Anonymous

Are you just looking at the green check mark in the Cloud Console? That merely means that the service is ready to serve traffic. It doesn’t mean that an instance is actively provisioned.

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