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Re: How does FastCGI work under the covers?

July 01, 2013 11:57AM
Hello Maxim,

Thank you so much for answering my previous questions! Now I have a few more:

1. Will Nginx provide a FastCGI request only when it is 100% complete, i.e., the browser has provided every necessary byte?

2. Will Nginx always accept 100% of a FastCGI response and hold it inside internal buffers (or on disk), and not wait for the client (= web browser)?

kgk


Maxim Dounin Wrote:

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> FastCGI multiplexing isn't used by nginx. That is, within a
> single connection to a fastcgi application only one request is
> sent, and then nginx will wait for a response. More connections
> will be opened if there are multiple simulteneous requests.
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How does FastCGI work under the covers?

kgkJune 30, 2013 05:10PM

Re: How does FastCGI work under the covers?

Maxim DouninJune 30, 2013 06:36PM

Re: How does FastCGI work under the covers?

kgkJuly 01, 2013 11:57AM

Re: How does FastCGI work under the covers?

Maxim DouninJuly 01, 2013 01:10PM



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