[nginx] The gRPC proxy module.
mdounin at mdounin.ru
Mon Mar 19 12:47:33 UTC 2018
On Mon, Mar 19, 2018 at 01:51:55AM -0700, Frank Liu wrote:
> Congratulations on the grpc support! Since h2/h2c are used to
> talk to upstream grpc servers , does that mean we will also see
> proxy_pass support http/2?
There are no such plans.
If you really want to use HTTP/2 to non-gRPC upstream servers for
some reason, you may try to use grpc_pass for this. Note though
that its primary target is gRPC, and hence various differences
from normal proxying, including:
- it doesn't use request buffering;
- it doesn't use response buffering and hence doesn't support
caching / storing responses;
- it passes trailers returned in the response to the client, which
might not be a good idea from security point of view.
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