nginx Digest, Vol 3, Issue 42

yaoxing.zhang yaoxing.zhang at
Thu Jan 21 18:05:46 MSK 2010

No, I'm not caching the user account page. I only cache front page.  
And usually the account page works fine for everyone. Only under heavy  
stress does it run into problem, randomly.
We wrote a program which always fakes the same session id to test the  
server. But no matter how many threads do we run, it wouldn't happen  
in intranet. Only when I run this test program here in china, and  
request the server in USA, would it happen.
I can get the configuration file later. Thanks for your help.

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在 2010-1-21,17:00,nginx-request at 写到:
> Message: 2
> Date: Wed, 20 Jan 2010 16:53:05 +0100
> From: "Piotr Sikora" <piotr.sikora at>
> To: <nginx at>
> Subject: Re: Messed Response Stream
> Message-ID: <F32D30C73D7B4186855F19A9FCAB3237 at nightmare>
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>> 3. Access a page that is different for different users, the issues  
>> would
>> happen randomly.
>> (...)
>> I'm sure it's not because of proxy cache
> Are you saying that you're using proxy cache to cache pages that are
> different for every user? Can you show your configuration? I'm  
> pretty sure
> that bad configuration is source of your problems.
> Best regards,
> Piotr Sikora < piotr.sikora at >

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