Disable open_file_cache for a specific location

Francis Daly francis at daoine.org
Mon Jul 8 17:08:23 UTC 2013

On Sun, Jul 07, 2013 at 04:27:23PM -0400, Peleke wrote:

Hi there,

> Sorry but my last message was delayed, may be you didn't see it but the
> problem is still not solved and it worked before with Apache. I would be
> happy if you could help me, thanks!

>From all of the words you have written so far, I still do not know of
any one url which you access which gives you a response that is different
in a specific way from what you expect to get.

If you choose not to provide information, I fail to be surprised if
others aren't inspired to try to help you.

My suggestion is that you do whatever it takes to write a short nginx.conf
which can be used to demonstrate the failure that you are trying to report.

(Probably: begin with your current nginx.conf, and remove lines which
are not immediately obviously necessary, testing after each removal to
confirm that things that did work do still work, and that the thing that
did fail does still fail.)

If it turns out that you can't reproduce the failure, then
congratulations, you have fixed it.

Otherwise, send the the no-more-than-50-line nginx.conf that is sufficient
for anyone else to use to build their own failing test system.

And include the output of "nginx -V", and include a very clear and specific:

* I access *this* url.
* I expect to see *this* output.
* I actually see *this* output.

and, if it is not immediately obvious:

* the difference between the last two is *this*.

Good luck with it,

Francis Daly        francis at daoine.org

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