fastcgi timeout at big requests
anil at saog.net
Fri Apr 10 18:01:17 MSD 2009
Are you connecting with a unix socket or by tcp? If it is TCP, try the
socket connection. Problem may be related something other than fastcgi
Robert Gabriel yazmış:
> Maxim Dounin wrote:
>> On Fri, Apr 10, 2009 at 02:04:09PM +0200, Robert Gabriel wrote:
>>> I have nginx 0.6.36 with php-fastcgi. Im using SquirrelMail and have a
>>> mail that is 25M, no attachement, just a text mail so big. Im trying to
>>> read it, but fastcgi ends-up in
>>> 2009/04/10 13:55:35 [error] 22626#0: *537 recv() failed (104: Connection
>>> reset by peer) while reading response header from upstream, client:
>> From the error message it seems that php died even before it was
>> able to send header to nginx.
>>> Before the problem was that php didnt have enough memory or
>>> max_execution_time was too low. I modified that and set
>>> keepalive_timeout to 32, but it just die even like this.
>> keepalive_timeout is completely unrelated thing, it's only used by
>> nginx for client connections.
>>> Is it possible
>>> fastcgi is limited to how big is the request or something.
>> No, at least not the protocol itself.
>>> How could I setup up nginx and/or php to be able to read that mail?
>> Try looking into php. It seems that it just dies due to errors or
>> you haven't tuned limits enough.
>> Maxim Dounin
> Like I said before, in the logs at the begining I got this:
> PHP Fatal error: Allowed memory size of 67108864 bytes exhausted
> I modified this to 128M and didnt complain anymore, but it did complain
> about the max_execution_time and it looked like this:
> PHP Fatal error: Maximum execution time of 60 seconds exceeded
> I modified this to 240 seconds and after this didnt get any errors
> anymore from php, but got the erros in the error_log from nginx and it
> just didnt do anything... also the php-cgi process just hanged in the
> backgroud with 100% CPU usage. I had to stop fastcgi and kill then the
> process which was using 100% CPU.
> So I really dont know what else to tune in php.ini
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