Cache_req_body patch for bug #1664

Poul-Henning Kamp phk at
Tue Mar 10 21:58:43 CET 2015

In message <CAL6a+5jsxmy-2wNv+VGVG59dPMbHYC5=wocyztDx6LLPHm=zfg at>
, Arianna Aondio writes:

>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 functions.

Looks ok, (I've not tested it, I trust you have.)

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