mdounin at mdounin.ru
Wed Jul 7 19:44:11 MSD 2010
On Wed, Jul 07, 2010 at 05:00:21PM +0200, Axel wrote:
> Hi guys,
> another quick question: I'm still trying to figure out why sometimes some files are truncated when they arrive on the client's browser. For instance, a video that lasts 1 minute is cut after 5 second on the browser. I found this in my logs:
> 2010/07/07 16:55:02 [warn] 11417#0: *1389 an upstream response is buffered to a temporary file /usr/local/nginx/fastcgi_temp/8/03/0000000038 while reading upstream, client: 213.215.7.xxx, server: www.yyy.com, request: "GET /reyrant/cyrylot-87.htm HTTP/1.0", upstream: "fastcgi://127.0.0.1:9000", host: "www.yyy.com"
> I tried to issue:
> root at ns20xxx46:/# ls /usr/local/nginx/fastcgi_temp/8/03/0000000038
> ls: cannot access /usr/local/nginx/fastcgi_temp/8/03/0000000038: No such file or directory
> What is that a Warning? Is it normal the file does not exist?
It's warning which mean to say "hey, you are hitting disk, and
may want to tune your proxy_buffers". And yes, it's normal that
file isn't visible on disk as it's temporary file and unlinked
right after creation.
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