Subrequest using Parent Request Body
mdounin at mdounin.ru
Thu May 13 01:22:30 MSD 2010
On Wed, May 12, 2010 at 12:15:22PM -0700, Matthieu Tourne wrote:
> So the way I solved this is to make a full copy of r->request_body into
> temporary bufs of the subrequest.
> I would create a subrequest using ngx_http_subrequest(),
> then use ngx_http_read_client_request_body(r, post_handler), to read
> r->request_body and set a function to copy it in the subrquest as the
> I was wondering if this could be dangerous, if the subrequest could be fired
> before r->request_body would be completely read, or is it done in a
> sequential order ?
You have to read body and call ngx_http_subrequest() only when
it's fully read (i.e. from post_handler).
> Concerning malloc, is :
> env MALLOC_OPTIONS=J;
> in nginx.conf sufficient ?
No. Under FreeBSD nginx respects MALLOC_OPTIONS=J in environment
and activates the same logic as with -DNGX_DEBUG_MALLOC, but it
has to be already set at master process startup.
On other OSes the only available option is
./configure --with-cc-opts="-D NGX_DEBUG_MALLOC".
> Also, is it possible to something such as Valgrind on nginx workers ?
Never tried. Though you may disable daemon mode and master process
completely with "daemon off; master_process off;". This turns
nginx into simple single-process programm which may be
debugged/profiled by almost anything. There are some limitations
(reconfiguration and binary update doesn't work), but they are
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