How can the number of parallel/redundant open streams/temp_files be controlled/limited?
schlie at comcast.net
Tue Jun 24 23:51:04 UTC 2014
Thank you; however it appears to have no effect on reverse proxy_store'd static files?
(Which seems odd, if it actually works for cached files; as both are first read into temp_files, being the root of the problem.)
Any idea on how to prevent multiple redundant streams and corresponding temp_files being created when reading/updating a reverse proxy'd static file from the backend?
(Out of curiosity, why would anyone ever want many multiple redundant streams/temp_files ever opened by default?)
On Jun 24, 2014, at 6:36 PM, Maxim Dounin <mdounin at mdounin.ru> wrote:
> On Tue, Jun 24, 2014 at 02:49:57PM -0400, Paul Schlie wrote:
>> I've noticed that multiple (as great as 8 or more) parallel
>> redundant streams and corresponding temp_files are opened
>> reading the same file from a reverse proxy backend into nginx,
>> upon even a single request by an up-stream client, if not
>> already cached (or stored in a static proxy'ed file) local to
>> This seems extremely wasteful of bandwidth between nginx and
>> corresponding reverse proxy backends; does anyone know why this
>> is occurring and how to limit this behavior?
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