nginx sets the length of server response time

Method 1. Pagoda deploys nginx to set the length of server response time

After setting, restart nginx
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Method 2. config configuration

http {
    # ...
    # 设置连接超时时间为30秒
    fastcgi_connect_timeout 30s; 
    # 设置请求超时时间为60秒
    fastcgi_send_timeout 60s;
    fastcgi_read_timeout 60s;
    proxy_send_timeout 60s;
    proxy_read_timeout 60s;
    client_body_timeout 60s;
    client_header_timeout 60s;
    send_timeout 25;    
    # ...

(1) proxy_connect_timeout: the timeout period of the backend server connection_initiate handshake and wait for response timeout period

(2) proxy_read_timeout: Waiting for the response time of the back-end server after the connection is successful has actually entered the queue of the back-end waiting for processing

(3) proxy_send_timeout: Backend server data return time_ means that the backend server must send all the data within the specified time

(4) client_header_timeout: (default 60s) Specifies the timeout period for waiting for the client to send a request header (for example: GET / HTTP/1.1). Only when the request header is not received in a read, it will be counted as a timeout. If the client does not send anything within the timeout period, nginx returns HTTP status code 408 ("Request timed out")

(5) client_body_timeout: (default 60s) This command sets the read timeout of the request body. Only when the request body is not obtained in a readstep, it will be set to timeout. After timeout, nginx returns HTTP status code 408 ("Request timed out")

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