https + large-file sending, sometimes fails
ezmobius at gmail.com
Fri Dec 21 04:50:03 MSK 2007
On Dec 20, 2007, at 6:52 AM, Igor Sysoev wrote:
> On Thu, Dec 20, 2007 at 03:02:10PM +0100, G??bor Farkas wrote:
>> Igor Sysoev wrote:
>>>>> The new commited patch.
>>>>> 1st, it fixes the cause of bug - SSL_shutdown() handling.
>>>>> SSL_shutdown() man states incorrectly that SSL_shutdown() will
>>>>> return -1
>>>>> on error. Actually SSL_shutdown() never returns -1.
>>>>> 2nd, it clears and logs possible previously unhandled SSL errors
>>>>> they have not affect on a new operation.
>>>> regarding this one... when will there be a new version of nginx,
>>>> contains this patch? :-)
>>> 0.6.23 will be next week.
>> hmm... but isn't the 0.6 "series" the development series?
>> at least, from the website:
>> The last stable version is nginx-0.5.34, the change log.
>> The last development version is nginx-0.6.22, the change log.
>> which practically means, that debian does not have the 0.6 series.
>> so i probably will have to patch my local copy of nginx-0.5.x :-(
>> p.s: are there any plans making the 0.6 series "stable"
>> at some point? :-)
> The 0.6.x is quite stable. I use it on http://www.rambler.ru, my job
> main site. The features and bugfixes in 0.6.x are merged to 0.5.x
> some time. If you will test the patch on 0.5.x, then it will be
> in next 0.5.35 before NY or before my vacantion in January.
We are running 0.6.x here as well on 800 VM's. It is definitely
stable enough for production. I usually track the latest releases as
gentoo has them very quickly.
- Ezra Zygmuntowicz
-- Founder & Software Architect
-- ezra at engineyard.com
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