backend web node keep-alive option
guillaume at varnish-software.com
Sun Nov 12 14:42:15 UTC 2017
Why not just up the timeout value? Usually, you want to keep the keep-alive
as it's much more efficient.
On Sat, Nov 11, 2017 at 9:48 PM, <info+varnish at shee.org> wrote:
> I was observing a behavior of a PHP script on one backend server that got
> twice (but not by the client/browser).
> The plain script just processes data and only outputs a response until its
> done. The observed
> behavior is; when first_byte_timeout passes but the script is still
> processing data, the varnish
> node answers with an 503 and the script gets listed twice in the webserver
> process list. So, either
> it gets requested on this event again or the TCP connection close triggers
> an new execution. In any
> case its a bug and because of missing resources to dive into a more deeper
> analyses, I just disabled
> the enabled keep-alive option of the backend webserver (apache/httpd). The
> results: it helped to avoid
> a further execution of the script.
> The question is: What is the best practice to configure the backend
> webservers? Do you keep the
> keep-alive option enabled or not?
> I'd appreciate hearing your suggestions.
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