High Nginx Latency

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High Nginx latency typically refers to a situation where the response time of Nginx servers is significantly slower than expected. This may occur due to a variety of reasons, such as increased traffic or a misconfiguration in the server settings. High Nginx latency can cause website downtime, slow page load times, and poor user experience. It is important to address this incident type promptly to prevent any negative impact on users or business operations.



Step 1: Check CPU usage

Step 2: Check memory usage

Step 3: Check disk space usage

Step 4: Check network traffic

Step 5: Check Nginx status

Step 6: Check Nginx error logs

Step 7: Check Nginx access logs

Step 8: Check Nginx configuration file for errors

Step 9: Check server load

Step 10: Check for any processes consuming high CPU usage

Step 11: Check for any network connectivity issues

Step 12: Check for port connectivity

Step 13: Check for the response time of the server

Step 14: Check for the response time of Nginx


Check if Nginx configuration file exists

Test Nginx configuration file

Check if Nginx configuration file test is successful

Check the Nginx configuration file and ensure that all the directives are properly configured.

Check the upstream server's status and ensure that it is properly configured.

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