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Re: Secure connection failed on Firefox

October 07, 2017 12:27PM
Maxim Dounin Wrote:
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> Hello!
[...]
> The message suggests that the file in question was non-atomically
> modified while being served. It is expected that such a
> modification will lead to a fatal error if nginx will be able to
> detect the problem. If it won't, likely the client will get a
> garbage with a mix of original and new contents of the file.
>
> The only safe approach is to modify files atomically, that is,
> create a new file and then use mv (the rename() syscall) to move
> it atomically to the appropriate place. It might not be trivial
> or even possible to do this correctly on Windows though[1].
>
> Additionally, it looks like you are using open_file_cache. It is
> actually a very bad idea if you modify files in-place, as it
> greatly expands the race window between opening and stat()'ing the
> file and serving its contents. Remove open_file_cache from the
> configuration unless you are sure all file modifications are
> atomic.
>
> [1]
> https://stackoverflow.com/questions/167414/is-an-atomic-file-rename-wi
> th-overwrite-possible-on-windows
>
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Thanks, Maxim. I removed it and the problem disappears.

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Joseph Aditya P. G.
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