Status Code 001 In Logs

Maxim Dounin mdounin at
Thu Apr 11 12:27:10 UTC 2013


On Wed, Apr 10, 2013 at 04:57:33PM -0400, abstein2 wrote:

> I can't find documention anywhere on what it means when nginx shows 001 as
> the value of $status in the access_log.
> I currently use nginx as a reverse proxy and I get this error when uploading
> large files (2+ MB though my client_max_body_size is 4 MB) .
> Also worth noting, the follow values per my log files:
> $upstream_status: -
> $upstream_response_time: -
> $request_completion: 
> Right now, the nginx server sits behind a load balancer, so it goes: Request
> -> Load Balancer -> Nginx -> Origin.
> Anyone have any ideas what the 001 code is supposed to represent?

There is no special value "001" as used by nginx.  It might be 
something got from an upstream, but $upstream_status suggests it's 
not.  You may try providing "nginx -V" output and debug log for a 
deeper investigation, see

Maxim Dounin

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