I use dreamhost for my hosting provider, and I am working on app where it requires large files (max 10 MB) to be uploaded to the server. As of right now the fastcgi processes are configured with: FastCgiConfig -autoUpdate -initial-env RAILS_ENV=production \ -idle-timeout 120 -maxClassProcesses 5 -killInterval 300 My problem is that I try and upload a file via the web that is around 5 MB to the fastcgi process, the webbrowser sits for a few minutes, then an error message comes back. Uploading via the webrick server works fine. Does anyone know what the problem is? Is the idle-timeout set too low? Regards, Ryan
on 2005-12-23 21:42
on 2005-12-24 11:23
Am Freitag, den 23.12.2005, 11:41 -0800 schrieb Ryan Phillips: > works fine. Does anyone know what the problem is? Is the > idle-timeout set too low? Yes, if your application does not send anything to the Client after 120 seconds, the request is stopped. Set -idle-timeout to a higher value with the problem, that if your application is hanging on an error, the fcgi process is blocked for a long time.