nginx reverse proxy causing TCP queuing spikes
emailgrant at gmail.com
Wed Sep 28 23:49:20 UTC 2016
>> I do think this is related to 'proxy_read_timeout 60m;' leaving too
>> many connections open. Can I somehow allow pages to load for up to
>> 60m but not bog my server down with too many connections?
> Pardon me, but why on earth do you have an environment in which an HTTP request can take an hour? That seems like a serious abuse of the protocol.
> Keeping an HTTP request open means keeping the associated TCP connection open as well. If you have connections open for an hour, you're probably going to run into concurrency issues.
I don't actually need 60m but I do need up to about 20m for some
backend administrative processes. What is the right way to solve this
problem? I don't think I can speed up the processes.
More information about the nginx