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gstrauss, 2016-10-19 16:54


SCGI Interface

Module: mod_scgi

Description

Brief description of mod_scgi directives

option description
scgi.debug a value between 0 and 65535 to set the debug-level in the SCGI module
scgi.server tell the module where to send SCGI requests to
scgi.protocol protocol between lighttpd and backend server ("scgi" (default) or "uwsgi") Added in 1.4.42
scgi.server-option description
host is ip of the SCGI process
port is tcp-port on the "host" used by the SCGI process
socket path to the unix-domain socket
bin-path path to the local SCGI binary which should be started if no local SCGI is running
bin-environment set environment of SCGI binary
bin-copy-environment copy environment from server for SCGI binary
listen-backlog listen backlog queue size (for backend daemons started by mod_scgi)
docroot docroot on the remote host
x-sendfile controls if X-Sendfile header is allowed
x-sendfile-docroot limits the directory trees permitted for use with X-Sendfile response header
broken-scriptfilename breaks SCRIPT_FILENAME in a way that PHP can extract PATH_INFO from it
idle-timeout number of seconds before a unused process gets terminated
max-procs upper limit of processes to start
min-procs sets the minium processes to start
min-procs-not-working
max-load-per-proc maximum number of waiting processes on average per process before a new process is spawned
check-local enable/disable check for requested file in document root
disable-time time to wait before a disabled backend is checked again
strip-request-uri strip part of request-uri

Details for scgi.server parameters can be found in mod_fascgi documentation, since the SCGI module is heavily based on the FastCGI module, and fastcgi.server parameters are very similar.

Examples how to set up Python WSGI server with lighttpd: HowToPythonWSGI

Updated by gstrauss almost 6 years ago · 13 revisions