Nginx stop function in service file
igor at sysoev.ru
Thu Mar 20 10:14:53 UTC 2014
On Mar 20, 2014, at 12:28 , B.R. wrote:
> I am using the official Debian package (stable) and I noticed the service file, in its do_stop() function, sends SIGTERM to the master process.
> However, the docs say SIGTERM (and SIGQUIT) sent to the master process provokes a 'fast shutdown' whereas SIGQUIT would provoke a 'graceful shutdown'.
> Why is not SIGQUIT being used? What is the difference between those termination signals, speaking of nginx behavior?
Graceful shutdown means that nginx does not close active client connections. This may take hours.
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