nginx is too strict about accept-ranges
mdounin at mdounin.ru
Mon Aug 25 13:08:37 UTC 2014
On Mon, Aug 25, 2014 at 08:23:28AM -0400, jakubp wrote:
> I am using nginx to proxy/cache requests from different origin servers, some
> of which I don't have access to (can't change their behaviour). Recently I
> stumbled upon a problem where nginx wouldn't serve partial objects (even
> after they are cached) although upstream server would happily do that. It
> happens because upstream server doesn't serve "Accept-Ranges: bytes"
> RFC7233 states that use of this header is optional so nginx might be relying
> on it a bit too heavily.
> Is there a configuration knob to make nginx ignore absence of this header
> (or force nginx to allow ranges)? Or a patch available to apply? If not -
> are there any plans to add one?
Trivial workaround is to add the header with an additional proxy
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