Charlie Kilo
April 27, 2021 06:38AM
Hi everyone,
i'm trying to upgrade an nginx-binary while running.
When i do kill -s USR2 <pid>, i get the following error in the logs..

11:40:38 [alert] 52701#0: execve() failed while executing new binary
process "/opt/sbin/nginx" (7: Argument list too long)

Anybody knows what exactly is in those arguments ? We have ~ 20-55 worker
processes if that might be related..
nginx-version is 1.18.0, os: debian buster

thanks everyone in advance!
chris
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upgrading binary failed - execve - too long argument list

Charlie Kilo April 27, 2021 06:38AM

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Charlie Kilo April 30, 2021 02:30AM

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