ignore bad conf file
luky-37 at hotmail.com
Thu Nov 5 08:25:03 UTC 2015
> Thanks Lukas! I tried configtest but with 100k files in conf.d, it
> takes 3 minutes to finish, during which time there may be another file
> dropped in conf.d and trigger another configtest. This sometimes causes
> several config test running at the same time.
> A reload on the other hand is much quicker and returns almost
> immediately. I understand this is just a sighup and nginx internally
> may still take as much longer to finish reload? If there is only one
> file change, will reload cause nginx to reread all the 100k files and
> process them?
Yes. nginx will not "change" its configuration, it will start a new
process with the new configuration. You can find more details about
this in the link I posted.
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