[ANN] ngx_echo v0.35: ability to POST/PUT local files as subrequest bodies

Alexander Kunz akunz at ntmedia.de
Wed Mar 16 01:15:19 MSK 2011


any chance to debug the -f function? I use the debug log, but get no 
information about the file... /body1
shows me "test" but /body2 shows nothing... no error, no body content...

       location /body1 {
             echo_subrequest POST /sub -b 'test';

       location /body2 {
             echo_subrequest POST /sub -f /tmp/hello.txt;

         location /sub {
             echo "body: $echo_request_body";

Thanks for your help.


On 10.03.2011 10:34, agentzh wrote:
> On Thu, Mar 10, 2011 at 5:01 PM, Elena Zwetkow<ezwetkow at gmx.de>  wrote:
>> Thanks so much for the detailed information.
>> Storing uploaded data nonblocking sounds not so easy... What do you think about a solution sending data as base64 encoded sting, then i can use your form-input addon and send this data directly to redis?
> When your data is small enough to be hold in RAM, just use ngx_lua as
> the glue. Use
>      lua_need_request_body on in nginx.conf
>         + client_body_in_single_buffer on in nginx.conf
>         + ngx.var.request_body + ngx.decode_base64() +
> ngx.location.capture() in Lua
>         + ngx_redis2 in nginx.conf
> Then it'll no longer block on disk operations because no disk
> operations will be involved.
> Cheers,
> -agentzh
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