proxy_pass without buffering and request filter question
sorin.v.manole at gmail.com
Mon Feb 10 20:32:15 UTC 2014
Thanks a lot, Weibin. Your patches help me a lot, though even now, I can't
say I understand everything. It would be impossible to do something like
that right without having a good grasp on the nginx internals. Did you use
these in production by the way?
Also, to the nginx creators. The same question stands still, is there a
reason a patch like this isn't integrated into the mainline?
2014-02-06 15:06 GMT+02:00 Weibin Yao <yaoweibin at gmail.com>:
> You may looks at the patch I wrote as an example
> (http://yaoweibin.cn/patches/). Thank you.
> 2014-02-05 23:33 GMT+08:00 Sorin Manole <sorin.v.manole at gmail.com>:
> > Hello fellow nginxers,
> > From searching the Internet I gathered that proxying requests to a
> > without buffering the whole body wasn't available at the time the
> > was asked. Is still the case?
> > If yes, is this a limitation of the nginx core (lack of implementation
> of a
> > phase for request body processing) or of the proxy_pass module or of the
> > upstream module?
> > Could you give some more details of the limitation and whether the reason
> > for it still not being implemented is the lack of user requests or the
> > technical difficulty?
> > More specifically, how feasible do you think it would be for someone
> > me) to do this? Does it involve significant changes to the current
> > Thank you,
> > Sorin.
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