Cache request body and user-accesible functions.
fgsch at lodoss.net
Wed Mar 4 00:40:38 CET 2015
That sounds good and will work for hash_data() and things like hashing.
Any thoughts on regex operations? Also, is this 4.1 material?
On Tue, Mar 3, 2015 at 10:39 AM, Poul-Henning Kamp <phk at phk.freebsd.dk>
> In message <
> CAJV_h0ZHZtm50LXZZ6pNJVJRVpnmYKuWWHw+xL3t+C4v8ryMAw at mail.gmail.com>
> , Federico Schwindt writes:
> As an initial observation I think req.body can only have type BLOB.
> Anything else is just asking for problems I don't want to have, or
> involves so much special-casing that it's painful to even think about.
> >In this case hash_data() will internally know what (length) to use. This
> >might work in Varnish core but will require specific handling outside
> So one way to do that would be to make req.body be a BLOB, and make it
> hash_data(STRING|BLOB). That requires serious VCC hacking and will
> cause code duplication (ie: hash_data__string(), hash_data__blob() etc.)
> Another way of getting the same effect, which may need less VCC
> hacking, makes it hash_data(BLOB), and adds a general (automatic)
> conversion from STRING to BLOB (just like we have for <ANYTYPE> -> STRING
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