Solved! body_filter_by_lua issues
Bart van Deenen
Bart.vanDeenen at spilgames.com
Thu Nov 29 11:14:10 UTC 2012
I got my modifying reverse proxy working by adding
proxy_set_header Accept-Encoding '';
before my body_filter_by_lua code block. This way I force the proxy to give me uncompressed data, and then the lua code works perfectly. I'll add a gzip on; at the end, to pass the data to the browser compressed.
From: nginx-bounces at nginx.org [nginx-bounces at nginx.org] on behalf of Bart van Deenen [Bart.vanDeenen at spilgames.com]
Sent: Thursday, November 29, 2012 11:37 AM
To: nginx at nginx.org
Subject: does body_filter_by_lua get called when proxied server returns gzipped data?
I posted the recent thread on problems with body_filter_by_lua, and I think it finally has to do with the fact that my browser allows gzipped data, and the server in my example returns gzipped data. I only found out using wireshark.
Could it be that the gzipped data don't even reach the lua code?
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