Wierd behavior under nginx & mono #1

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ghost commented Apr 30, 2012

I wrote a barebones app using this library and used nginx on OSX Lion to interface with it. When I use Chrome to invoke my code the browser waits a long time for a response. The browser then gets the response if I kill my test app, almost as if the request has not been ended. However, it should be as I just copied the response code given in the repo example.

What is your method for testing with a vanilla web server (no ASP)?

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My bad - user error!

ghost commented Apr 30, 2012

My bad - user error!

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Glad you found yourself a solution. I didn't expected someone started using this code so soon. I will put some more documentation and examples when I will have the time. If you have a configuration example for ngnix (that is what I'm using for the test now on windows) or any suggestion it will be appreciated.

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gigi81 commented Apr 30, 2012

Glad you found yourself a solution. I didn't expected someone started using this code so soon. I will put some more documentation and examples when I will have the time. If you have a configuration example for ngnix (that is what I'm using for the test now on windows) or any suggestion it will be appreciated.

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I'm not ignoring you - I've just been too busy to write back!

It was really easy to setup in nginx, I'll send you the piece of
config tomorrow although I'll probably switch over to lighthttpd as my
scenario requires unbuffered transfer (for http streaming).
Apparently nginx buffers most if not all of the data to be sent by the
fastcgi server before it forwards the data on to the http client :/

I liked using your lib because it was nice and simple - thanks!

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On Apr 30, 2012, at 4:58 AM, Luigi Grilli
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Glad you found yourself a solution. I didn't expected someone started using this code so soon. I will put some more documentation and examples when I will have the time. If you have a configuration example for ngnix (that is what I'm using for the test now on windows) or any suggestion it will be appreciated.


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ghost commented May 2, 2012

I'm not ignoring you - I've just been too busy to write back!

It was really easy to setup in nginx, I'll send you the piece of
config tomorrow although I'll probably switch over to lighthttpd as my
scenario requires unbuffered transfer (for http streaming).
Apparently nginx buffers most if not all of the data to be sent by the
fastcgi server before it forwards the data on to the http client :/

I liked using your lib because it was nice and simple - thanks!

Sent from my iPad

On Apr 30, 2012, at 4:58 AM, Luigi Grilli
reply@reply.github.com
wrote:

Glad you found yourself a solution. I didn't expected someone started using this code so soon. I will put some more documentation and examples when I will have the time. If you have a configuration example for ngnix (that is what I'm using for the test now on windows) or any suggestion it will be appreciated.


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