Please, help to solve HTTP keep-alive problem. Basically, I have amazon-ami linux (v2012.09) on EC2 running nginx (v1.2.6).
Chrome (v25.0.1364.99) accesses HTTP page normally, then after about 30 seconds connection dropped (unknown why) as monitored on server by
netstat. After that, if chrome requests something from server, it can't receive anything and timeouts for about a minute waiting for something on apparently broken connection. After timeout subsequent requests works ok.
Nginx configured with
keepalive_timeout 70s 60s;
cat /proc/sys/net/ipv4/tcp_keepalive_time shows
It might be something easy, but googling revealed a lot of similar problems, but not exactly. (https://code.google.com/p/chromium/issues/detail?id=27400 read about here http://blog.fastmail.fm/2011/06/28/http-keep-alive-connection-timeouts/).
What answers would be helpful:
How to alter configuration of server to avoid excessive waiting on dropped connection from Chrome
What product might content bug or what workaround may be available
Disable keep alive for chrome is kind of last resort solutions: as it defeats the purpose as I want to reduce response latency and have long HTTP connection keep-alive time, at least a minute. Thanks