Cache_req_body patch for bug #1664
fgsch at lodoss.net
Mon Mar 9 23:07:37 CET 2015
I thought we will be handling this more gracefully, e.g not just closing
How is the user going to notice it needs to increase the size if it was set
to something lower than needed unintentionally?
Shouldn't we have a counter at the very least and/or return a 503?
On Mon, Mar 9, 2015 at 9:44 AM, Arianna Aondio <
arianna.aondio at varnish-software.com> wrote:
> Hi everyone,
> before Hamburg VDD I had sent an email regarding req.body handling and
> user-accesible functions.
> I attach a patch for bug #1664: std.cache_req_body(BYTES size)doesn't have
> errors handling on the provided size limitation.
> The proposed solution let Varnish either buffer the whole request body or
> fail the request.
> If this patch is ok, I can then start digging into user-accesible
> Comments much appreciated.
> Arianna Aondio
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