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Xenforo [alert] 29123#0: *119322 zero size buf in output t:0 r:0 f:1

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  1. rdan

    rdan Premium Member Premium Member

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    I have a lot of this error:



    How to fix this?


     
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    Something to do with LiveUpdate addon?
     
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    never seen that error before although live update addon was hanging up my php-fpm unix socket connections with updates frequency being too fast <20 seconds
     
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    So did you disable LiveUpdate addon here?
    Mine is set to update every 60 seconds on admin option.
     
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    That error is on my /domain.com/log/error.log
     
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    i raised the frequency of checks from original 10 seconds to 20 seconds but switching from php-fpm pool unix sockets back to TCP fixed my hanging issue but never experienced your error

    from http://mailman.nginx.org/pipermail/nginx-devel/2014-January/004740.html suggests that error is harmless and occurs when request has an empty response (
    Content-Length: 0)

    You using default Centmin Mod TCP php-fpm single instance or started playing with load balanced upstreams ?
     
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    Nah I don't know how to configure correctly load balance upstream :D
    Just default settings of CentMinMod.

    Applying multiple instances of php-fpm would be better?
     
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    if you have a PHP intensive site/load then yeah but only as far as you having enough cpu threads to service the php-fpm workers. If you don't have enough cpu threads, having more php-fpm workers than cpu threads tends to do the opposite and slow things down
     
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    I have 4 cores and 4 threads.
     
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