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comment nginx or kernel queueing traffic
100% sure. nginx, haproxy and app response times are 100% as expected in the logs.
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revised nginx or kernel queueing traffic
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revised nginx or kernel queueing traffic
edited tags; edited title
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comment nginx or kernel queueing traffic
I figured that might be the case. How would I check to see if the kernel if backlogged?
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comment nginx or kernel queueing traffic
Thanks. I stumbled across that earlier and will be adding it to my New Relic for sure, but it doesn't quite answer my question. I'm trying to find out if the total amount of time that it is taking through nginx and all the way down and back is reflected in $request_time, or if there's a queue that my requests are sitting in before the counter for $request_time begins.
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revised nginx or kernel queueing traffic
Change response time to request time
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comment High Tq values for HAProxy
Did you all post the source code anywhere? Would love to modify it to send data elsewhere.
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comment High Tq values for HAProxy
As a side note, what are you using to query the logs against?
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comment High Tq values for HAProxy
Sorry, I should have specified. No, http-server-close is not set