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nginx doesn't accept new connection

October 14, 2011 03:16AM
Hi there,
I am using nginx as a reverse proxy on a Debian Linux.

The nginx is running on server A, and apache is running on server B.
Server A is a pure proxy, server B is the real web server.

In most of time, nginx works well.
But the HTTP port (80) will stop accepting new connection sometimes.
When it happened, I tried to telnet port 80 from the server by "telnet localhost 80", the telnet was just keeping trying but cannot make socket connection.

I checked the total HTTP connections by "netstat -an | grep 80 | wc -l", the number was always less than 2000.

I am using nginx package from Debian Linux, the package was installed by apt-get.
I added "ulimit -n 65535" into /etc/init.d/nginx to turned the "open files" limitation.

The problem is not resolved yet. Can anyone help?

Thanks.


Hyacinth
Subject Author Posted

nginx doesn't accept new connection

mrkissinger October 14, 2011 03:16AM

Re: nginx doesn't accept new connection

Igor Sysoev October 14, 2011 03:26AM

Re: nginx doesn't accept new connection

mrkissinger October 14, 2011 03:45AM

Re: nginx doesn't accept new connection

mrkissinger October 14, 2011 05:11AM

Re: nginx doesn't accept new connection

mrkissinger October 14, 2011 05:30AM

Re: nginx doesn't accept new connection

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