502 bad gateway, something about the header?
is at rambler-co.ru
Sat Aug 29 23:48:56 MSD 2009
On Sat, Aug 29, 2009 at 12:35:47PM -0700, Michael Shadle wrote:
> fastcgi_buffers 32 8k;
> I have that already...
fastcgi_buffers 16 16k;
fastcgi_buffer_size is buffer where response header is read.
It may has different size as compared to fastcgi_buffers.
> 2009/8/29 Igor Sysoev <is at rambler-co.ru>:
> > On Sat, Aug 29, 2009 at 11:10:43AM -0700, Michael Shadle wrote:
> >> Does anyone see a problem here? The fastcgi parser returns back a -2,
> >> instead of 0 on a normal request. I don't see anything wrong with this
> >> header - the only thing that sticks out is the "//" - but still - I
> >> think this is a bug in nginx. Why does it say upstream split a header
> >> line? There are no \n \0 \r etc...
> >> Any help is appreciated - Igor, I sent you a larger chunk of the log
> >> privately unedited (I edited the hostnames to protect the innocent on
> >> this)
> >> Thanks!
> >> 2009/08/28 12:17:01 [debug] 20714#0: *7231991 http fastcgi header:
> >> "Set-Cookie: IBBUSER=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;
> >> domain=.foo.com; expires=Sun, 27-Sep-2009 19:17:01 GMT; path=/"
> >> 2009/08/28 12:17:01 [debug] 20714#0: *7231991 http fastcgi parser: -2
> >> 2009/08/28 12:17:01 [debug] 20714#0: *7231991 upstream split a header
> >> line in FastCGI records
> >> 2009/08/28 12:17:01 [error] 20714#0: *7231991 upstream sent too big
> >> header while reading response header from upstream, client:
> >> 188.8.131.52, server: ssl.foo.com, request: "POST
> >> /en-us/login/?TARGET=http%3A%2F%2Ffoo.com%2Fpage%2F HTTP/1.1",
> >> upstream: "fastcgi://127.0.0.1:11021", host: "ssl.foo.com", referrer:
> >> "http://foo.com/en-us/login"
> > What nginx version do use ? In 0.8.8 there are some bugfixes
> > in handling FastCGI headers split in records. However, in your case
> > it seems there is not enough fastcgi_buffer_size.
> > --
> > Igor Sysoev
> > http://sysoev.ru/en/
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