I've got PHP 5.3.3 and nginx 0.8.47 compiled from source running a Wordpress blog. The RSS feed generated by Wordpress was getting truncated at roughly 16k (including header was 16k+90b). By adding the following to my nginx config:
fastcgi_buffers 8 16k; fastcgi_buffer_size 32k;
the problem went away.. However, from what I read on the Nginx wiki page the buffers only determine when buffering will overflow onto disk. There is nothing that indicates the response can be truncated due to the buffers being too small..
So my question is, why was the response being truncated before changing this setting? It seems the request should not have been truncated, just a little slower due to disk buffering.
- Ubuntu 10.04.2 32bit
- PAGESIZE 4k