Thank your reply.
But it is not for my question.
When the item isn’t cached(If it is very large over 1G,it would take a
long time to be cached),many normal users download it,then the proxy
server would download the item from upstream server with many
I seach the forum,found the same question:
Currently, there is no good way to handle this. Solution is
usually called “busy locks” (search list archives for details),
but it’s not ready yet.
I am waiting for later version.
On 15 Jul 2011 06h39 WEST, [email protected] wrote:
Dear list, I am testing nginx with reverse proxy mode. I
found that nginx download the file from upstream server to
proxy_temp_path when I download a file from the reverse proxy
server,if I stop and re-download,the nginx will download the file
from upstream server again,and so on. The problem is when a large
file on a site,someone could launch malicious multi-threaded
connections to attack the reverse proxy server and upstream server.
any configuration to limit it?