how to ensure 5xx pages served by nginx dont get cached by users?
nginx.mailinglist at xinio.info
Sat Dec 20 03:53:04 MSK 2008
yep seems to happen when php fails under heavy load, its kinda hard to
replicate for me as it seems occur when server is very busy
and yes some browsers seem to cache these :(
On Fri, Dec 19, 2008 at 10:59 PM, Dave Cheney <dave at cheney.net> wrote:
> Are you sure its nginx that is returning the 50x page, and not the
> application behind it? The rails failsafe error handler returns a 200 status
> code with some body text that looks like a 503 page.
> If it was a real 503 error page (with a 503 status code) then it will _not_
> be cacheable as 50x error codes are not cacheable by the browser or
> intermediary proxies.
> On 20/12/2008, at 8:58 AM, nginx.mailinglist wrote:
> I noticed that under heavy loads nginx returns a default 5xx response
>> Anyways sometimes users email me saying they encountered the error and it
>> wont go away, me telling them to clear their browser cache usually solves
>> the issue, so that leads me to believe these pages are cached
>> Am i missing something is there an option to make nginx return "no cache"
>> headers along with a default 5xx error message?
>> Using nginx 0.6.32 on a few dozen Suse 10.* and 11.* servers with php5.2.6
>> and php-fpm patch
>> Oh and thank you :)
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