Unnecessary Log Entry?

Lance Dockins lance at wordkeeper.com
Wed Sep 20 16:47:48 UTC 2023

Is there a reason that Nginx continuously logs the sort of message below in
the info log when client_body_in_file_only is set to either "clean" or
"on"?  Regardless of which of those two settings you're using for that
directive, the request body is always going to be buffered to a temporary
file (that is the whole point of that setting).

"[notice] 3951130#3951130: *769735 a client request body is buffered to a
temporary file"

Seems like even the info log should be suppressing that notice if you're
using settings that force the request body to a temp file.

Getting good info out of the info log is proving to be difficult when the
log is flooded with information that is just reaffirming that you have a
setting in place to do exactly what the log is saying.  Certainly we can
grep around it too.  But it's also bloating the info logs so that isn't
great either.

Lance Dockins
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