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Re: Is there a bug in ngx_http_upstream_module's broken connection check code?

June 23, 2011 10:24PM
So will it trigger a bug like this?
1. client access nginx via https
2. nginx proxy pass the request to upstream
3. before upstream response, client close the connection, then dispose current ngx_http_request_t object and its memory pool
4. upstream sends back the response and invoke the read handler
5. the handler uses a disposed ngx_http_request_t object, and segment fault.
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Is there a bug in ngx_http_upstream_module's broken connection check code?

speedfirst June 23, 2011 12:14AM

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