GZIP problem with backend hosts
is at rambler-co.ru
Fri Aug 29 15:59:08 MSD 2008
On Fri, Aug 29, 2008 at 12:47:15PM +0100, Alan Williamson wrote:
> >By default all headers goes to backend as is.
> >There are two exceptions:
> >1) Host: nginx sets it to $proxy_host value,
> >2) Connection: nginx sets it "close"
> okay thats that bit cleared up. thank you.
> >As I have said before nginx does not remove "Accept-Enconding" by default.
> okay, i think the clue may lie in the fact nginx proxies in only
> "HTTP/1.0". So i would have to override the backend to break the
> protocol slightly here, and if receive a request in HTTP/1.0 *but* still
> can accept GZIP then give it.
> Why only 1.0 incidentally?
Why does nginx talk to backend using HTTP/1.0 ? Because it does not support
chunked responses which are allowable in HTTP/1.1.
> >As I understand EC2 cloud are Amazon servers. Are your backends EC2
> >servers ?
> yes, but i suspect you don't have much experence in this world. Amazon
> has nothing to do with it, they are merely a cloud provider. The
> instances are running OUR software, on OUR Linux setup. I shouldn't
> have brought it up, as it appears to be 'clouding' the issue! :)
You are right, I do not know this area absolutely.
What do you use at your backends ?
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