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From Graham Leggett <minf...@sharp.fm>
Subject Re: apache 2.0 patch to force proxy to speak HTTP/1.0
Date Sun, 13 May 2001 23:26:33 GMT
Ian Holsman wrote:

> This patch adds a new server config
> 'forceHTTP10Proxy', which when turned on
> will cause the HTTP proxy code to send a HTTP/1.0 request
> 
> (all it does it change the 'GET .. HTTP/1.1' to 'GET .. HTTP/1.0')
> 
> this is to allow people to use the r-proxy against broken HTTP/1.1 servers
> which can't be fixed (ie.. not open source)

I've taken a look briefly at this patch, and I can see one possible
problem. All the patch does is send an HTTP/1.0 instead of an HTTP/1.1 -
but the rest of the proxy still behaves like an HTTP/1.1 proxy. This
might cause problems with some requests.

This patch is a workaround to BEA Weblogic (if memory serves) - was the
problem specifically with HTTP/1.1 requests, or with keepalive requests?
(I don't remember, it's late). If it's keepalives that are causing the
problem, I'll investigate an option to switch them off separately from
frontend keepalives.

Regards,
Graham
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