Need help with Nginx Logging
muhammadrehan69 at gmail.com
Sat Feb 20 09:11:38 UTC 2016
Thanks for the reply, I have setup the directives such that rate is 30r/s
and burst is 10. So, my question is; why are these requests being limited
when averaging at 10.2 while I have set the rate to 30r/s in req_limit_zone?
On Feb 20, 2016 11:37 AM, "aT" <atif.ali at gmail.com> wrote:
> excess: 10.200 in above log means that the requests are being limited as
> they are averaging at 10.2 requests / second .
> Storage size is defined with a unit , For example zone=one:10m . This
> means 10 MB .
> I hope it helped.
> On Sat, Feb 20, 2016 at 12:54 AM, Muhammad Rehan <
> muhammadrehan69 at gmail.com> wrote:
>> Hi, I am still looking for reply. Does anyone know about this?
>> On Feb 18, 2016 12:33 AM, "Muhammad Rehan" <muhammadrehan69 at gmail.com>
>>> Hey folks,
>>> I would like to ask what does the 10.200 right after 'excess:' indicate
>>> in the following log? Is this storage size in MBs for zone? I am really
>>> confused about that; I have gone through documentation pretty well but not
>>> able to find these attributes used in error logs.
>>> *2014/11/20 17:28:47 [error] 30347#0: *55 limiting requests, excess:
>>>> 10.200 by zone “search”, client: 10.170.2.23,
>>>> server: http://www.example.com <http://www.example.com/>, request: “GET
>>>> /search/results/?keyword= HTTP/1.1”, host: …*
>>> I will be waiting for your response. Any help regarding this would be
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