SSL_write failed (32: Broken pipe) while processing SPDY if cache on
mgg at giagnocavo.net
Wed Apr 9 16:32:15 UTC 2014
Thanks a ton, that worked. I read a few bug reports but didn't see that one. I'm not sure how our config worked previously since we've been using SPDY and proxy_cache for a month :\.
From: nginx-bounces at nginx.org [mailto:nginx-bounces at nginx.org] On Behalf Of Valentin V. Bartenev
Sent: Wednesday, April 9, 2014 1:30 AM
To: nginx at nginx.org
Subject: Re: SSL_write failed (32: Broken pipe) while processing SPDY if cache on
On Wednesday 09 April 2014 06:20:42 Michael Giagnocavo wrote:
> We're using nginx 1.5.12 and 1.5.13 on Ubuntu 12.04 LTS via Azure VM.
> Since last night, on both FireFox and Chrome, Windows and OSX, we're having difficulty with SPDY. If the browser cache is warm and proxy_cache is enabled, we see errors like this:
> 2014/04/09 05:26:29 [info] 17859#0: *6 SSL_write() failed (SSL:) (32: Broken pipe) while processing SPDY, client: my.ip, server: 0.0.0.0:443
> On the client side, for instance in Chrome, we see:
> t=1397021193179 [st= 386] SPDY_STREAM_ERROR
> --> description = "ABANDONED (stream_id=13): https://bringyourbaygame.com/scripts/vendor/require.js"
> --> status = -100
> --> stream_id = 13
> When this happens the request will be listed as Aborted (Firebug) or ERR_EMPTY_RESPONSE (Chrome) and the SSL_write info line is logged on nginx. No errors are logged. The site never finishes fully loading. Here's more of the Chrome net-internals: http://pastebin.com/gaGxZGBW
> If the browser cache is cleared manually or disabled, the problem goes away. With proxy_cache off, the problem goes away. The cache config is:
> proxy_cache_key $scheme$proxy_host$host$uri$is_args$args;
> proxy_temp_path /mnt/proxy_temp 1 2;
> proxy_cache_path /mnt/proxy_cache levels=1:2 keys_zone=czone:256m;
> proxy_cache_valid any 20s;
> proxy_cache_valid 200 5m;
> proxy_cache czone;
> Here is debug output from nginx: http://pastebin.com/tnm6PaL6
> I'm thinking perhaps there is a race condition and the lack of caching fixes it by adding some latency?
> If SPDY or caching is disabled, everything works fine. Things that don't help: disabling SSLv3, disabling gzip, ssl cache on/off, spdy_headers_comp 0/5, removing SNI (delete all but one server block). Yes, we updated OpenSSL and our certificates, but we tried with old certificates and the problem persists. Strangely, proxy_buffering off doesn't help (I thought since it disabled the cache, it'd have the same end effect).
> Site is just reverse proxying; no local resources (there is a Lua script that is not hit, but we removed that and it made no difference).
> How can I further debug this?
You've likely encountered this bug:
To confirm this, please try the patch from the ticket.
wbr, Valentin V. Bartenev
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