Increase beyond those servers, giving your end users a better level of service and increasing the reliability of your service as a hole in the face of big spikes of traffic from the Internet and, potentially, failures of upstream servers.
nginx will not try to read the whole response from the proxied server.
The maximum size of the data that nginx can receive from the server at a time is set by the proxy_buffer_size directive.
Buffering can also be enabled or disabled by passing “ of the buffers used for reading a response from the proxied server, for a single connection.
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directive ( so that concurrent request to an invalidated cached content only send 1 request to the upstream (the non-first request respond with stale content while the first request is updating the content). Now is there a way to also have the first request respond immediately with stale content, while at the same time triggering the update ?