Creating One-way connections or Dont wait for upstream
r at roze.lv
Fri Aug 16 12:17:03 UTC 2013
> The client side of the application does not care about the response from
> nginx. It would be acceptable to send a blank
response or send no database at all and simple just close the connection.
After or as the connection is closed I would like the data to work internal
within nginx as normal selecting an upstream proxying it, if the upstream
timeouts or has an error still be able to use nginx_next_upstream.
> What would a configuration like this look like ?
If you can (force) close the connection from client side then you can try
proxy_ignore_client_abort setting (
) - which will make nginx to complete the request to upstream.
The other approach (more options to "program" nginx) approach could be to
use something like Echo module ( http://wiki.nginx.org/HttpEchoModule ) from
More information about the nginx