On Thu, Mar 10, 2011 at 4:16 PM, Elena Zwetkow <ezwe...@gmx.de> wrote:
could this be a way to put POST multipart uploads to redis/memcache?
I am right, if i use a fileread with lua in nginx the script is blocking?
Any ideas how i can store POST multipart uploads nonblocking?
Use echo_subrequest POST /foo -f /path/to/file for that (combined with
I know there is a great file upload module for nginx, but what happens if i uselua to work on an uploaded file like move / rename / copy uploaded files, thisblocks nginx?
Yes. Most disk operations will block nginx (or some other processes like php).
How can i check if something block nginx?
Maybe configure only 1 nginx worker and try
ab -c 100 -n 10000 http://...
and check the results? ;)
There will be a "body_file" option for ngx_lua's
"ngx.location.capture" and "ngx.location.capture_multi" Lua functions,
similar to echo_subrequest's -f option.
But nginx may also block even if itself does the disk operations.
A work-around is to start a few more nginx worker processes, just like
how apache and php-fpm has been doing for years ;)
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