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Wed Mar 14 22:57:54 UTC 2012
This does not help! :-/
One says that I need it and the other says I don't.
Maybe the information I provided are too lean.
We run php-fpm and nginx on the same server.
The php scripts will get the contents from different sites and sends
them to the client.
We do NOT own these "different sites" (= Google, Flickr, Youtube)
I still don't understand what proxy_buffering really does.
When a client wants to visit Google, the php script will get the content
from Google and sends it to the client.
So where is the role of proxy_buffering?
Could you provide a scenario how proxy_buffering will exactly work for
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