Info messages in the log: Connection reset by peer) while sending to client
zchao1995 at gmail.com
Tue Oct 3 06:05:03 UTC 2017
I think this log message is irrelevant with the keepalive directive inside your upstream configuration block, it just tell you the connection was reset by the client side.
On 3 October 2017 at 12:48:02, sachin.shetty at gmail.com (nginx-forum at forum.nginx.org) wrote:
I had an upstream defined in my config with keepalive 60. But the server is
a legacy one and does not handle keep alive properly.
So I removed the keepalive attribute and the errors I was seeing on the
client from the upstream went away.
But now I see a ton these info log lines:
2017/10/03 04:37:51 [info] 1933#0: *6091340 recv() failed (104: Connection
reset by peer) while sending to client, client: 18.104.22.168, server:
kong, request: "POST
I dont see any functional errors in our system, and the info log seems
harmless, but I was still curious to understand what this means and if it
has any side effects at scale.
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