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From "William A. Rowe, Jr." <wr...@rowe-clan.net>
Subject Re: [users@httpd] Httptunnel with Apache
Date Sat, 02 Jun 2007 09:09:59 GMT
At this level of detail, I expect you would rather submit the question
to the dev@httpd folks directly.  Not every dev who's worked on the code
hides out here :)

Bill

Jiajin Yu wrote:
> Do you mean bug 19954?
> http://issues.apache.org/bugzilla/show_bug.cgi?id=19954
> This has been already resolved in the current 2.2 version.
> 
> I debugged a little today and I found out it is not about cache. hts
> blocks in read() when it wants to read the POST request from Apache.
> Here is the detail,
> 
> "hts" first gets a GET request from Apache where the src port is N. it
> reads the request and returns a response. Then it gets the POST
> request from Apache where the src port is M, when it wants to read the
> content of the reqeust, it blocks.
> 
> Can this issue be resolved in some way?
> 
> On 6/2/07, Staf Wagemakers <staf.wagemakers@gmail.com> wrote:
>>
>>
>>
>> On 6/1/07, Jiajin Yu <zeroyjj@gmail.com> wrote:
>> >
>> > Have anyone successfully configured httptunnel with Apache2.2? I use
>> > simple configuration just like this:
>> >
>> > ProxyRequests Off
>> >
>> > <Proxy *>
>> > Order deny,allow
>> > Allow from all
>> > </Proxy>
>> >
>> > ProxyPass /foo http://localhost:8888
>> > ProxyPassReverse /foo http://localhost:8888
>> >
>> > When I start htc and hts in my machine, from the debugging message, it
>> > seems that htc sends a POST request first, then a GET. But hts always
>> > first receives GET request from mod_proxy of Apache.  I modify the
>> > code so that htc will sleep for 2 seconds after it sends out POST
>> > request, but hts still receives GET first. From the access.log, it
>> > also seems that mod_proxy caches POST even though the POST is earlier
>> > than GET because the log of POST is written after GET. Can anyone give
>> > me some hints or solution? Thanks.
>>
>>
>> I've played with http_tunnel a few years ago. If I remember it correctly
>> there was
>> problem with mod_proxy and GNU httptunnel and I needed to apply a
>> patch to
>> get it working.
>>
>> I don't remember the patch id perhaps google can help.
>>
>> regards,
>>
>> -- 
>> Staf Wagemakers   - http://www.wagemakers.be
> 
> 


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