Add proxy_next_upstream_action to distinguish diffrient network actions
renenglish at gmail.com
Wed Jan 15 07:29:02 UTC 2014
The directive "proxy_next_upstream error timeout" takes effect on three
network actions: connection, send and recieve. In practice ,we realy want
to try next upstream according to in which actions we are. For example, I
do not want to try next upstream if some error occurs or timed out when
recieving response from upstream, otherwise it maybe duplicate my request .
The proxy_next_upstream_action is involved to address this problem , the
directive takes one or more parameter : conn, send, recv which indicates
whether we should try next upstream.
proxy_next_upstream error timeout;
Try next upstream if error or timed out on connection.
Anyone suggests ?
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