Dropped https client connection doesn't drop backend proxy_pass connection
Valentin V. Bartenev
vbart at nginx.com
Tue May 20 04:58:23 UTC 2014
On Monday 19 May 2014 17:32:07 newnovice wrote:
> I tried with: " proxy_pass_header Connection;" -- which
> should do this according to documentation: "Permits passing otherwise
> disabled header fields from a proxied server to a client."
> (from upstream_server to client)
No, it shouldn't. If you will follow the link from "otherwise disabled",
you will see the full list of such headers, that can be specified.
I wrote in general, not about the "Connection" header.
> But this did not pass thru the Connection header coming from the
> upstream_server to the client of this proxy.
> Valentin, can you please elaborate on how you suggest doing this: "I can try
Sorry, typo: s/I can/You can/
> by using combination of add_header and $upstream_http_* variables." ???
> are you saying this 'variable' can be developed to pass on the
> upstream_http_connection header in the response ???
wbr, Valentin V. Bartenev
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