pauloasilva at gmail.com
Thu May 22 14:21:56 UTC 2014
Let me introduce the Elephant in the room. My name is Paulo and I'm
I am starting developing nginx modules and I'm having a great time
with buffers chain :D
I'm using nginx as a reverse proxy and my goal is to log the full
response body (HTML) on the server.
I did start with a filter module with a body_filter and my approach is
1. Inspect given ngx_chain_t *in linked list to understand if nginx
has the full response (last_buf)
2. On each body_filter call I'm updating a linked list which glues
given ngx_chain_t *in to the previous ones.
3. As soon as I detect the last_buf, I iterate my internal linked list
(and each linked ngx_chain_t lists), dumping buffers content.
Although I'm reaching the last_buf, I'm missing some bytes.
There is another/better/correct approach to do this?
Thanks in advance,
Paulo A. Silva
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