reallfqq-nginx at yahoo.fr
Sun Aug 21 14:08:04 UTC 2016
As per the docs
it is said this variable contains all the status codes returned by each
>From what I understood, server1 returned 504, server2 returned 502.
Those statuses are included in what the proxy_next_upstream
directive describes as an 'unsuccessful attempt', thus it seems every
server of your upstream group has been tried (default number of attempts is
1 as per the server
nginx then returned the result of the last attempt, resulting in a 502
answer passed back to the client.
I do not know what a 'special response' is. Custom header?
I also do not get why you are surprised by the fact 5xx responses end up
with them being shown to client. They are perfectly valid HTTP status
codes, indicating a server error, and are shown because no upstream server
returned a 'successful' status code.
On Fri, Aug 19, 2016 at 9:54 PM, Frank Liu <gfrankliu at gmail.com> wrote:
> I am using nginx as proxy with two upstream servers. In the access log, I
> log the upstream_address, upstream_status, status (downstream), a special
> response header from upstream, etc.
> A few times I see in the log upstream_address: server1:port, server2:port
> with upstream_status: 504, 502 status: 502 special header: -
> Since there is the special response header, I assume nginx didn't get any
> responses from either upstream servers. Why would upstream_status shows 504
> and 502? Those code must not come from upstream, is it generated by nginx
> self? I thought it would be -, - since there are no upstream_status
> returned from upstream.
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