3.0.1 rc 1
mhettwer at team.mobile.de
Fri Aug 26 16:22:12 CEST 2011
On 26.08.11 09:12, "Audun Ytterdal" <audun at ytterdal.net> wrote:
>On low bandwith 1MB could take more than 60 seconds to retrive.
>Varnish 3.0 has a send_timeout of 60 seconds while Varnish 2.1 had 600
>I had to adjust send_timeout to 600 again on my 3.0 installation for
>pdf downloads and such.
Just out of curiosity, why does varnish has a send_timeout in the first
As long as data is going over the wire, a connection shouldn't get closed.
I can understand a first_byte_timeout and an in_between_bytes_timeout.
But a pure send_timeout doesn't make sense to me.
Or am I understanding the use of send_timeout wrong?
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