nginx doesn't accept new connection
igor at sysoev.ru
Fri Oct 14 07:24:30 UTC 2011
On Fri, Oct 14, 2011 at 03:16:39AM -0400, mrkissinger wrote:
> Hi there,
> I am using nginx as a reverse proxy on a Debian Linux.
> The nginx is running on server A, and apache is running on server B.
> Server A is a pure proxy, server B is the real web server.
> In most of time, nginx works well.
> But the HTTP port (80) will stop accepting new connection sometimes.
> When it happened, I tried to telnet port 80 from the server by "telnet
> localhost 80", the telnet was just keeping trying but cannot make socket
> I checked the total HTTP connections by "netstat -an | grep 80 | wc
> -l", the number was always less than 2000.
> I am using nginx package from Debian Linux, the package was installed
> by apt-get.
> I added "ulimit -n 65535" into /etc/init.d/nginx to turned the "open
> files" limitation.
> The problem is not resolved yet. Can anyone help?
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Are any alerts in error_log ?
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