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Nov
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awarded  Constituent
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awarded  Caucus
Nov
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awarded  Teacher
Nov
13
accepted Request timeout issue with nginx, unicorn and rails
Nov
13
answered Request timeout issue with nginx, unicorn and rails
Nov
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awarded  Curious
Nov
12
comment Request timeout issue with nginx, unicorn and rails
The solution is here: community.rackspace.com/products/f/25/t/89
Nov
12
comment Request timeout issue with nginx, unicorn and rails
I think I found the problem. The server is behind Rackspace Load Balance and the LB has a 30s timeout. I noticed it because in the debug log I saw the load balance ip: 2014/11/12 12:12:35 [info] 17859#0: *101 client prematurely closed connection, so upstream connection is closed too while sending request to upstream, client: <LB_IP>, server: www.playax.com, request: "GET /admin_dashboard HTTP/1.1", upstream: "unix:/tmp/my_app.socket:/my_url";, host: "www.my_app.com"
Nov
12
awarded  Commentator
Nov
12
comment Request timeout issue with nginx, unicorn and rails
No output in nginx error.log
Nov
11
awarded  Promoter
Nov
7
comment Request timeout issue with nginx, unicorn and rails
Hi Michael, unfortunately I can't do this at the present moment, I want to have a temporary solution until I solve this
Nov
7
asked Request timeout issue with nginx, unicorn and rails
Oct
12
accepted Shellshock protection in Rackspace Ubuntu
Oct
1
comment Bootup process does not respect file limits config in Ubuntu Linux
actually the solution I did was exactly to change the startup script by hard coding ulimit command in it
Sep
28
revised Shellshock protection in Rackspace Ubuntu
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Sep
28
comment Shellshock protection in Rackspace Ubuntu
Do I need to Update the whole distribution? I would want to only update the bash security hole
Sep
27
asked Shellshock protection in Rackspace Ubuntu
Sep
26
comment Bootup process does not respect file limits config in Ubuntu Linux
Nothing setting limits. The precess is simle daemon process: daemon --chdir=/home/ubuntu/myprocess --command=/home/ubuntu/myprocess/start.sh --respawn --name=myprocess
Sep
25
asked Bootup process does not respect file limits config in Ubuntu Linux