98: Address already in use
mdounin at mdounin.ru
Fri Apr 15 20:17:27 MSD 2011
On Thu, Apr 14, 2011 at 10:20:31AM -0400, slowgary wrote:
> The OS is Centos 5.6 (Final)
Looking though linux code and testing on the exactly same centos -
it seems that linux may indeed return EADDRINUSE on listen().
But as far as I see the only situation when it may appear is two
bind()'s on conflicting ports followed by two listen()'s. Second
listen() call will fail with EADDRINUSE.
This shouldn't happen in nginx unless you are running something
with 3rd party patches (or there is some other programm doing
bind()/listen() on the same ports, but this is racy and really
unlikely to be reproduceable).
Could you please show full config (with all listen's - the only
you've provided seems not contain ports you see in complaints at
all...), "nginx -V" output and "nginx -t" output (this should be
identical to "service nginx configtest", but just in case)?
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