1. 05 Oct, 2017 1 commit
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      nginx_web2py, nginx_install.sh change cache control · a0ee6395
      Ryan Herbert authored
      Cached items are causing issues after updates, since the server
      sometimes expects new elements in requests which the client-side files
      are not yet able to provide (due to caching conserving older versions of
      Altering the caching policy to must-revalidate forces the client's
      browser to check with our server whether a file has changed, allowing
      nginx to respond with code "304 Not Modified" when appropriate, and
      serving the new versions of outdated ressources correctly.
      See #2498
  2. 08 Feb, 2017 1 commit
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      nginx* refactor uwsgi configuration for new route · 2a9f0d56
      Ryan Herbert authored
      Having such a high value for uwsgi_read_timeout does not make sense for
      most requests. Therefore it makes sense to create a new route for
      uploading which has its own value for that parameter.
      Placing the configuration in the separate file helps prevent
  3. 03 Feb, 2017 4 commits
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      nginx_install.sh create missing directory · abac2be5
      Ryan Herbert authored
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      nginx_install.sh fix space issues for uploads · 6b2a3d42
      Ryan Herbert authored
      Our servers tend to have little space on the filesystem, but mount large
      partitions to /mnt for file storage. This was hindering our upload
      capabilities due to the creation of temporary files by nginx and uwsgi.
      Redirecting these files to /mnt/data/tmp means this problem would only
      occur when our main storage becomes limited in available space.
      Fixes #2149
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      nginx* fix download filesize limit · ae6b02ac
      Ryan Herbert authored
      Sequence file downloads were limited to 1GB in size. Increasing this
      parameter allows nginx to serve large files.
      Fixes #1464
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      nginx* fix upload gateway timeout · 068f31a7
      Ryan Herbert authored
      When uploading large files, users would sometimes encounter a gateway
      timeout due to the fact that nginx was dropping the connection to the
      backend after a set amount of time and indicating that the upload may
      have failed, although the backend would continue to process the file and
      ultimately -- in most cases -- correctly finish the upload.
      Increasing the value should reduce the amount of confusion incurred for
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