Dropped https client connection doesn't drop backend proxy_pass connection
Valentin V. Bartenev
vbart at nginx.com
Sat May 17 09:42:08 UTC 2014
On Friday 16 May 2014 18:32:32 newnovice wrote:
> Does this also affect a 'Connection Close' header coming from the upstream
> service - being sent as a connect-keep-alive to the requesting client thru
> my nginx ssl reverse proxy?
> (I am trying to setup nginx as an SSL proxy; when the upstream service sends
> a connection close I want this to be passed on by nginx to the client
> requesting pages in the fronted.)
> webbrowser -> 443-nginx-ssl-offload -> http-connection-upstream_service.
> i am trying to use: 1.2.6 with a few patches.
> I would truly appreciate your help/advice. I have an upstream_service on the
> same host that is sending a connection_close - and I think nginx is sending
> back a connection_keepalive out to the client webbrowser. Does this issue
> co-relate to the fix in 1.5.5 ?
No, it's not related, and there's nothing to fix. The Connection header is
hop-by-hop per RFC.
wbr, Valentin V. Bartenev
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