Problem with Solaris
frederic.goudal at ipb.fr
Wed Oct 27 00:04:56 MSD 2010
I agree, I have found the same message.
The disturbing thing is that, while trying to dig a bit more, the last time I launched nginx, the bug did not appear.
I know that Solaris is not a trendy platform... but... I have no other solution.
It's strange that nobody else use that OS :)
Well... I guess I have to dig by myself... or is there anybody wanting to help ? Even in trying to correct the bug ?
Le 26 oct. 2010 à 21:16, Maxim Dounin a écrit :
> On Tue, Oct 26, 2010 at 03:55:38PM +0200, Frédéric Goudal wrote:
>> I just came to this old problem :
>> readv() failed (22: Invalid argument) while reading upstream
>> Running nginx 0.8.52 on Solaris10
>> I have seen a message from 2008 that spoke about that, but it seems that the bug is not yet resolved.
>> Or is there any workaround ?
> The only thread I see in archives is this one (in Russian):
> There Igor explains that there are two possible causes:
> 1) (An unknown) bug in nginx.
> 2) Known problem in Solaris which sets errno to EINVAL (instead of
> ECONNRESET as others do and POSIX requires) when connection is
> reset by peer (i.e. your backend).
> I believe (2) is much more probable (read: check your backend).
> If you think that cause is (1) you may want to provide more
> debugging info, see here:
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