a lot of crit error in logs
mdounin at mdounin.ru
Sat Apr 17 13:07:04 MSD 2010
On Fri, Apr 16, 2010 at 10:28:10AM -0400, solarisik wrote:
> I use nginx for reverse proxy on front of apache2. I get a lot of crit messages in logs like this.
> 2010/04/16 17:20:32 1730#0: *468039 rename() "/webhost/tmp/0004372283" to "/webhost/tmp/xxxxxxx/" failed (20: Not a directory) while reading upstream, client: xxxxxxxxxxx, server: *.*, request: "GET /xxxxxxxx/?&manset_id=&baslangic=2510 HTTP/1.1", upstream: "http://xxxxxxxxxxx:8080/xxxxxxxxxxxx/?&manset_id=&baslangic=2510", host: "xxxxxxxxxx.com"
> here is my config.
> root /webhost/tmp/;
> proxy_store on;
> proxy_redirect off;
> proxy_temp_path /webhost/tmp;
You are configured proxy_store to /webhost/tmp/. And you have
other files in this directory, at least nginx's own proxy_temp
and/or other files already saved by previous proxy_store requests
(which is likely to cause conflicts due to your site structure).
Additionally, you are trying to save directory index accesses
without mapping them to files via custom proxy_store strings.
This will not work (though will cause different error).
And, after all, you don't use proxy_store results at all.
Let me guess: you don't need proxy_store at all, right?
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