Unicorn and HAProxy, 500 Internal errors after checks

russell muetzelfeldt russm-rubyforge at slofith.org
Sat Dec 4 20:04:52 EST 2010

On 05/12/2010, at 10:38 AM, Eric Wong wrote:
> Pierre <oct at fotopedia.com> wrote:
>> On Thu, Dec 2, 2010 at 6:39 PM, Eric Wong <normalperson at yhbt.net> wrote:
>>> Pierre <oct at fotopedia.com> wrote:
>>>> Connecting endpoint:
>>>> [08:22][virtual] root at infrabox:~# telnet localhost 2002
>>>> Trying
>>>> Connected to infrabox.virtual.ftnz.net.
>>>> Escape character is '^]'.
>>>> ^]
>>>> telnet> quit
>>>> Connection closed.
>>> Hi, you started writing an HTTP message ("quit" can be a valid HTTP
>>> method name) and disconnected; don't do that.
>> No, quit is typed in the telnet console and not in the network stream.
> Are you sure?  With my telnet, "quit" definitely goes out to the server
> since you're already connected.

he connects, then sends an escape ("^]") to the telnet process, then types "quit" at the prompt the telnet process shows to tell the local telnet process to close the connection.

the connection *might* see some traffic in attempted telnet option negotiation (unless the server end initiates that - I forget), but the "quit" string isn't transmitted to the remote end.



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