Upgrade From Fedora 15 to 17: nginx Doesn't Work
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Tue Jun 5 15:37:43 UTC 2012
> @BR: Thanks for not being as bad as steve.
'As bad'? I was really trying to help. To my opinion, it's always better to
have the least outdated version, so 1.0.15 is way better than 1.0.5.
If I appeared arrogant to you, well, nvm...
> Calling people names is certainly *not* a good way to get people to help
I totally agree. I won't lose anymore time on your case.
On Mon, Jun 4, 2012 at 10:08 PM, Jim Ohlstein <jim at ohlste.in> wrote:
> On Jun 4, 2012 9:45 PM, "ptiseo" <nginx-forum at nginx.us> wrote:
> > @steve: nginx seems to attract the hostile and malpadapted? I've seen
> > more arrogant a**es in this forum than most other places. You guys need
> > to relax; it's just software. No need for you to go nuts like that. It
> > just shows badly on you.
> Hardly the case. This is a pretty well mannered mailing list compared to
> some to which I subscribe.
> But, to be constructive, please do not top post. It's very confusing when
> trying to follow a threaded discussion.
> So, please answer the question asked -do you have an entry in your
> nginx.conf for "worker_rlimit_nofile"?
> Posting your full nginx.conf might help.
> > The reason I restore from backup is because I needed that proxy online
> > for development. And, I have used Linux for a while that can be counted
> > in more than months. Do you know what they say about "assume"?
> > I did Google. I saw that worked for some and not for others. I tried it,
> > it didn't work for me. My file-max setting was already some 200K.
> To which settings(s) are you referring?
> > So, let me ask this, why would I need to increase open file limit
> > anyways? This is a low traffic proxy.
> Maybe an issue with how you've configured *your* system which has nothing
> to do with nginx? Not to be one of those hostile, maladaped, arrogant
> people to whom you referred, but this isn't a Fedora mailing list. Perhaps
> you can find help there in determining what process(es) is/are using all of
> those file descriptors. Maybe one of them will hold your hand and not hurt
> your feelings in the process. Calling people names is certainly *not* a
> good way to get people to help you.
> > @BR: Thanks for not being as bad as steve. I did notice that Fedora does
> > not have an up-to-date package. For now, I will stay with the backup and
> > spin up another virtual machine to see if I can test further.
> > If anyone has any other ideas than the first 20 Google hits, I'd love to
> > hear of them. Thx.
> Jim Ohlstein
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