August 27, 2012 08:46AM

I have Rest API server powered by Nginx and PHP-FPM. Each API call produces several CURL requests.

The script that executes the API calls, also utilizes CURL. I use curl multi exec, with 1,000 threads. All the setup creates a little bit less than 10K sockets.

Anyway, here is the problem...

The script that executes the API calls, let's say 3,000 on 1K threads. It takes around 170 secs to finish processing all those API calls. However, when the main script tries to return a response to the browser and initiate a FIN_WAIT it takes 8 minutes until everything is returned to the browser.

Here is how it looks:

My theory is that it happens because Nginx puts the worker somehow on hold or something like that. This was the first worker in the chain of workers. There is no data being transferred since the worker initiated the request to PHP-FPM.

Any ideas what should I do?

Subject Author Posted

Nginx won't send FIN ACK to PHP-FPM

dantes August 27, 2012 08:46AM

Re: Nginx won't send FIN ACK to PHP-FPM

Maxim Dounin September 01, 2012 06:28AM

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