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echo_subrequest_async with cosocket #3

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GuillaumeMar opened this Issue May 4, 2012 · 3 comments

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GuillaumeMar commented May 4, 2012

Hi,

I'm reading incoming content of nginx with cosocket, like this :

local clientsock = ngx.req.socket()
...
local req_body, err, partial = clientsock:receive(2048)
...

And then I call an async method with the req_body, for each stream:

echo_subrequest_async PUT /test -q 'md5=$arg_md5' -b $echo_request_body;

But after one request done I got this error:
2012/05/04 13:12:42 [error] 20906#0: *1 lua socket read timed out while sending to client, client: 1.2.3.4, server: , request: "PUT /file.tgz HTTP/1.1", host: "xxxx"

With echo_subrequest it works good.

Any idea? :)
Thx

@agentzh

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agentzh commented May 4, 2012

On Fri, May 4, 2012 at 7:28 PM, Kaim
reply@reply.github.com
wrote:

I'm reading incoming content of nginx with cosocket, like this :

local clientsock = ngx.req.socket()
...
local req_body, err, partial = clientsock:receive(2048)
...

And then I call an async method with the req_body, for each stream:

echo_subrequest_async PUT /test -q 'md5=$arg_md5'  -b $echo_request_body;

But after one request done I got this error:
2012/05/04 13:12:42 [error] 20906#0: *1 lua socket read timed out while sending to client, client: 1.2.3.4, server: , request: "PUT /file.tgz HTTP/1.1", host: "xxxx"

With echo_subrequest it works good.

Which version of ngx_lua or ngx_openresty are you using? If you're not
using ngx_openresty 1.0.15.1, could you please try it out?

Also, could you please give a minimized but still complete config
example that can reproduce this issue? I'm not quite understand how
your Lua code interact with your ngx_echo configurations.

Thank you for the report!
-agentzh

P.S. please report ngx_openresty related issues to the ngx_openresty
github project:

https://github.com/agentzh/ngx_openresty/issues/

The openresty project is for the old Perl implementation for OpenResty.

Thanks!
-agentzh

@HakChealKim

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HakChealKim commented Aug 21, 2017

configure file;
my mac can not find the configure file, whats the root cause?

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agentzh commented Aug 21, 2017

Wrong project. The old openresty is dead.

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