Enable Pipelining in 0.6.35

Nginx Lova lists at ruby-forum.com
Wed Feb 11 03:05:05 MSK 2009

keepalive_timeout 0;

disables pipelining and persistent connections.

Has anyone seen issues with safari where you get broken images as you 
>From some testing it seems nginx is returning garbled data.

I will continue looking at the issue and provide tcp logs of the 

Nginx Lova wrote:
> Is there a way to disable pipelining in nginx ? Looks like the majority 
> of the browsers have it disable by default and IE7 doesn't support it.
> Thanks
> Nginx Lova wrote:
>> I'm looking at the logs and I'm not seeing the pipelined requests.
>> [10/Feb/2009:04:50:36 +0000] ."GET
>> I enabled pipelining in Firefox, still nothing.
>> Nginx Lova wrote:
>>> I was experiencing some really weird behavior with Safari and thought it 
>>> could be related to the way Safari does it's pipelining requests. Some 
>>> refreshes of the webpage would load some images , others with load other 
>>> images but no the ones it did previously. Has anyone experience similar 
>>> behavior ?
>>> Cheers
>>> Eden Li wrote:
>>>> On Mon, Feb 9, 2009 at 4:10 PM, Nginx Lova <lists at ruby-forum.com> wrote:
>>>>> I did a few searches couldn't find how to enable it in the stable
>>>>> version.
>>>> Pipelining should be enabled in 0.6.x since it's an HTTP/1.1 standard
>>>> feature.  You can use the $pipe log variable to see which requests are
>>>> using it and which are not.

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