proxy_buffering off disable cache ?
nelsonmarcos at gmail.com
Fri Mar 17 17:21:55 UTC 2017
Right now we're using Nginx(as a proxy) to serve videos(4gb) and small
objects(< 100k), using Openstack Swift as backend.
Yesterday, I tried turn proxy_buffering off to see if it would improve
nginx performance but it didn't.
However, I realised that nginx stoped to write new files on proxy_temp_path
and proxy_cache_path until I turn proxy_buffering off.
I have two question:
1) Is that a expected behaviour? If I turn proxy_buffering off, nginx will
disable cache and temp files?
2) If proxy_buffering is on, shouldn't nginx recieve the entire response,
before send it to the cliente? Or does it wait only enough to fill the
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