Re: mod_authn_dbd - internal server error after certain idle time

2007-07-07 Thread Ben Noordhuis
On 7/7/07, Nick Kew [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Any other suggestions for a workaround to check the connection now? With MySQL 5.0.3 and later, mysql_ping() doesn't automatically reconnect but returns CR_SERVER_GONE_ERROR instead, so you'll want to reinitialize the prepared statements when that

Re: mod_authn_dbd - internal server error after certain idle time

2007-07-07 Thread Ben Noordhuis
On 7/7/07, Ben Noordhuis [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: I'm not aware of a reliable workaround for earlier versions of MySQL, unfortunately. Allow me to reply to myself. If you can live with a slight performance impact, the code snippet below should help you to reconnect in a controlled fashion

Re: Output filter order selection

2009-09-14 Thread Ben Noordhuis
On Mon, Sep 14, 2009 at 21:39, Ivan Ristic ivan.ris...@gmail.com wrote: There's an incompatibility between ModSecurity and mod_deflate, which I would like to fix it. (It is triggered when AddOutputFilterByType is used.) I basically need to ensure that ModSecurity's output filter runs before

Re: Weird SSL issue with module

2009-09-22 Thread Ben Noordhuis
On Mon, Sep 21, 2009 at 23:14, Joe Nardone jnard...@gmail.com wrote: Under 2.2, it appears that no matter what I do, the headers and data are being sent in two separate SSL records in the response.  This is true at least for POST requests. How large are these POST requests, Joe? I ask because

Re: HTTP Streaming with Apache 1

2010-03-03 Thread Ben Noordhuis
I wonder if it's possible with Apache 2? To get hold of the client socket, so that I can poll() or select() it and implement server push aka Comet r-connection-cs-pfd.desc.s-socketdes if I'm not mistaken. Check out apr_pollset_create() if you are going to do polling inside Apache or sendmsg(2)

Re: Error in apr_hash.

2010-04-12 Thread Ben Noordhuis
Jaysingh, could you provide more details about the errors (error messages?) you get?

Re: Can an Apache module inject configuration in runtime?

2010-06-01 Thread Ben Noordhuis
On Tue, Jun 1, 2010 at 11:39, Andrew Godziuk and...@cloudaccess.net wrote: What I want to achieve is injecting new vhosts without Apache restart. Of course I'm aware that the changes would fully take effect after all workers have recycled, but for me - it's still better than a restart. Andrew,

Re: a questions about calling opensaml lib

2010-07-16 Thread Ben Noordhuis
Is this with the prefork or threaded MPM? And what is the SAML library are you using? Shibboleth's?

Re: Re: a questions about calling opensaml lib

2010-07-19 Thread Ben Noordhuis
You didn't mention what MPM you are using but I assume it's the prefork one. You need to register a hook with ap_hook_child_init() and call SAMLConfig::getConfig().init() from there.

Re: opensaml unmarshall Exception

2010-07-22 Thread Ben Noordhuis
You should post your question to the OpenSAML mailing list, this isn't the place for it.

Re: Problem with ap_internal_redirect_handler

2010-08-24 Thread Ben Noordhuis
On Tue, Aug 24, 2010 at 11:11, Martin Townsend martin.towns...@power-oasis.com wrote: I'm trying to add a captcha feature to our custom module.  How should I handle the returned captcha code in the POST data.  I currently have an input filter for processing other POST data but if I use this how

Re: Problem with ap_internal_redirect_handler

2010-08-24 Thread Ben Noordhuis
On Tue, Aug 24, 2010 at 11:50, Martin Townsend martin.towns...@power-oasis.com wrote: Do you mean setting a request note from the input filter that an output filter picks up which can then output the captcha.shtml? Yes, if your module consists of filters only. If it also includes a content

Re: Problem with ap_internal_redirect_handler

2010-08-24 Thread Ben Noordhuis
On Tue, Aug 24, 2010 at 14:56, Ray Morris supp...@bettercgi.com wrote:   This sounds to me like an access_checker, which should be called from the access_checker hook.  Filters, as I understand it, are for transforming the content - compressing it, for example. Entirely replacing the content

Re: ap_sub_req_lookup_file vs ap_sub_req_lookup_uri

2010-09-14 Thread Ben Noordhuis
ap_sub_req_lookup_file() should work, it's what mod_include uses when you have !--#include file=/foo/bar-- on your page. You might want to take a look at its source.

Re: modules architecture issue

2010-09-15 Thread Ben Noordhuis
Fabio, do you need a module for this? It sounds like it better belongs in an application server like Tomcat.

Re: ap_sub_req_lookup_file vs ap_sub_req_lookup_uri

2010-09-15 Thread Ben Noordhuis
Peter, what version of Apache are you testing this with?

Re: add cookie in handler process

2010-09-19 Thread Ben Noordhuis
2010/9/19 whut_jia whut_...@163.com: The question is that I just get Location header but get Cookie header when I access to apache server.why?? Not sure what the question is. Do you mean that the response contains a Location header but no Set-Cookie header? If so, you probably need to use

Re: determine if mod called via ssl request

2010-09-21 Thread Ben Noordhuis
On Tue, Sep 21, 2010 at 17:24, J.D. Mullin jeremym1...@cableone.net wrote: It seems like I am missing some very simple way to tell if the request was made via https, but I have scanned all of the structures available from the request_rec and I don't see anything obvious. const char *flag =

Re: New module for anonymous ip logging

2010-10-05 Thread Ben Noordhuis
Hi Franz, welcome. Replies inline: On Wed, Oct 6, 2010 at 00:49, Franz Schwartau fr...@electromail.org wrote: How should the module react to a failed initialization of seed_rand() in iphash_create_server_config() (line 90)? Returning NULL in iphash_create_server_config() doesn't seem to help.

Re: Memory Pool

2010-10-11 Thread Ben Noordhuis
On Mon, Oct 11, 2010 at 16:14, Martin Townsend martin.towns...@power-oasis.com wrote: I have created a pool from the child pool for storing warning messages that can live across requests, the final request will insert the warnings into the response.  How do I ensure that this pool is cleared at

Re: Memory Pool

2010-10-11 Thread Ben Noordhuis
On Mon, Oct 11, 2010 at 16:40, Martin Townsend martin.towns...@power-oasis.com wrote: use, or should I set a flag and then use a hook like fix-ups that will check this flag and then call  apr_pool_clear()? This. You can use a request note for a flag.

Re: Memory Pool

2010-10-12 Thread Ben Noordhuis
Martin, if you are working in a constrained environment, then you are probably better off using something like libmicrohttpd[1] or libevent's evhttp interface[2]. Apache has a rather heavy resource footprint. [1] http://www.gnu.org/software/libmicrohttpd/ [2]

Re: How do I get hold of session information?

2010-10-19 Thread Ben Noordhuis
On Tue, Oct 19, 2010 at 17:05, Paul Donaldson pdonaldson_h...@yahoo.co.uk wrote: I assume that if I were to make a request to a web site hosted on Apache then the capability exists for one of the server side web pages to create a session and store some piece of data in it. What I want to do in

Re: How do I get hold of session information?

2010-10-19 Thread Ben Noordhuis
On Tue, Oct 19, 2010 at 17:30, Paul Donaldson pdonaldson_h...@yahoo.co.uk wrote: Thank you. I will take a look at mod_session. Will my module be able to check if mod_session is enabled (sorry, I don't know the Apache terminology) and, if it is, talk to it and ask it for what it has stored

Re: How to access client socket from a protocol handler

2010-10-22 Thread Ben Noordhuis
On Sat, Oct 23, 2010 at 00:01, Mike Meyer mwm-keyword-apache.b9a...@mired.org wrote: I use that to get the socket so I can poll for it to have data in it, and do other things while I'm waiting. Is there a better alternative for that, or is this an exception? You could do it through

Re: How to access client socket from a protocol handler

2010-10-22 Thread Ben Noordhuis
On Sat, Oct 23, 2010 at 00:15, Alexander Farber alexander.far...@gmail.com wrote: Should I maybe try apr_socket_t *socket = conn-cs-desc-s or something similar instead? Probably not, the conn_config solution is most portable across Apache versions. And what do you mean by core_module in my

Re: How to access client socket from a protocol handler

2010-10-23 Thread Ben Noordhuis
On Sat, Oct 23, 2010 at 10:13, Alexander Farber alexander.far...@gmail.com wrote: I wonder why my mod_perl module works and the C one not. Your connection handler should return DECLINED for vhosts it doesn't handle (I wager mod_perl did this for you). You can get the vhost with conn-base_server

Re: How to access client socket from a protocol handler

2010-10-23 Thread Ben Noordhuis
Alexander, take a look at mod_echo.c (included in the source tarball). It's a great example of how a protocol handler should work and it just might convince you to use bucket brigades after all. :) You need to check if your handler is enabled for the current vhost. If it's not, return DECLINED.

Re: How to access client socket from a protocol handler

2010-10-23 Thread Ben Noordhuis
On Sun, Oct 24, 2010 at 00:00, Alexander Farber alexander.far...@gmail.com wrote: I've created a module using bb (the source code at the bottom) and it suffers from the same problem (hijacks the port 80 too). Could it be that SetHandler is a wrong directive for protocol handler? The wrong

Re: How to access client socket from a protocol handler

2010-10-24 Thread Ben Noordhuis
On Sun, Oct 24, 2010 at 11:09, Alexander Farber alexander.far...@gmail.com wrote: So for content handlers the convention is to use SetHandler XXX in httpd.conf and then at the runtime they check for that string with if (!r-handler || (strcmp(r-handler, XXX) != 0)) {    return DECLINED; }

Re: Determining if a bucket is created by !--#include or !--#echo SSI directives

2010-10-29 Thread Ben Noordhuis
On Sat, Oct 30, 2010 at 00:24, Travis Bassetti drchong2000-apa...@yahoo.com wrote: #include directive via mod_include.    Is there a way to tell when a bucket is created via #include?   I want to exclude processing the bucket if it was created by the #echo directive.    I can't tell if there is

Re: ownership mmaped files - I have to be missing something...

2010-11-11 Thread Ben Noordhuis
On Thu, Nov 11, 2010 at 08:28, Mike Meyer mwm-keyword-apache.b9a...@mired.org wrote: Is there a hook that runs after config in the parent, but as the unprivileged id that I should be using? I couldn't find one (either in There isn't one, setuid() is called right before the child_init hook.

Re: Can i send multi-request(with Range:bytes=start-lenth) on a single connection?

2010-11-23 Thread Ben Noordhuis
2010/11/24 zhoubug chinasi...@gmail.com: Can i send multi-request(with Range:bytes=start-lenth) on a single connection? i want to reuse a connection with keep-alive,and send second request after receive the first response,but the apache response with 501 error? what should i do if i want

Re: Re: compile a file written by C++ into apache

2010-11-30 Thread Ben Noordhuis
2010/11/30 whut_jia whut_...@163.com: In Apache2.2, I compile a c++ source file with g++ as below: g++ -fPIC -shared -o mod_validate.so mod_validate.cpp -I/usr/include/httpd -I/usr/include/apr-1 -I/opt/opensaml/include After it , I copy mod_calidate.so into apache module location ,and this

Re: Overriding mod_rewrite from another module

2010-12-31 Thread Ben Noordhuis
On Fri, Dec 31, 2010 at 18:17, Joshua Marantz jmara...@google.com wrote: Is there a better way to solve the original problem: preventing mod_rewrite from corrupting mod_pagespeed's resources? From memory and from a quick peek at mod_rewrite.c: in your translate_name hook, set a

Re: Overriding mod_rewrite from another module

2011-01-03 Thread Ben Noordhuis
On Mon, Jan 3, 2011 at 23:19, Joshua Marantz jmara...@google.com wrote: My goal is not to remove authentication from the server; only from messing with my module's rewritten resource.  The above statement is just observing that, while it's possible to shunt off mod_rewrite by returning OK from

Re: Help trying to figure out why an output_filter is not called.

2011-01-05 Thread Ben Noordhuis
On Wed, Jan 5, 2011 at 20:40, Joshua Marantz jmara...@google.com wrote: So if I try to remove the 'expires' filter from my handler (which runs early) then mod_expires will have a handler that runs later that inserts it after my module has completed. No, it's the other way around. mod_expires

Re: module configuration kill

2011-01-12 Thread Ben Noordhuis
On Wed, Jan 12, 2011 at 22:56, Peter Janovsky peterjanov...@yahoo.com wrote: that is definitely of use.  thank you.  where would i call apr_pool_register_cleanup?  originally i thought it would be in register_hooks From your child_init hook. Register it with ap_hook_child_init() from your

Re: How to send a jpeg-file in Handler

2011-01-19 Thread Ben Noordhuis
2011/1/19 Whut Jia whut_...@163.com: I want to return a local jpeg-file to client when client request url is /image/metto .In handler module ,I should how to write?? ap_sub_req_lookup_uri() or ap_sub_req_lookup_file()?

Re: Filter to modify request headers

2011-01-25 Thread Ben Noordhuis
On Tue, Jan 25, 2011 at 23:22, Jodi Bosa jodib...@gmail.com wrote: What would be a good early hook to modify request headers that is _AFTER_ mod_ssl is finished decrypting request? When I do a ap_add_input_filter() from a ap_hook_insert_filter() seems to trigger really late (e.g. after

Re: mod_ruby on Apache for Windows 2.2.17

2011-02-11 Thread Ben Noordhuis
On Fri, Feb 11, 2011 at 08:25, Zeno Davatz zdav...@gmail.com wrote: I am trying to debug mod_ruby to load in Apache for Windows. So far Apache for Windows does start with mod_ruby.so but it seems that httpd does not start correctly with mod_ruby enabled in Apache for Windows. I don't have a

Re: mod_ruby on Apache for Windows 2.2.17

2011-02-11 Thread Ben Noordhuis
On Fri, Feb 11, 2011 at 14:11, Zeno Davatz zdav...@gmail.com wrote: Apache on Windows serves all requests from a single process. Apache on Linux does not do that? Nope. The worker and event MPMs are hybrids: serving requests from many processes, where each process has many threads. And if all

Re: Help with apr mutex

2011-02-28 Thread Ben Noordhuis
On Mon, Feb 28, 2011 at 18:26, Simone Caruso i...@simonecaruso.com wrote: I wrote a simple cache inside my module with apr_shm and apr_rmm Simone, have a look at ap_socache.h and ap_slotmem.h, they're two simple cache facilities that were added in 2.3.0. Might save you some work. :)

Re: Converting a 16-bit string to 8-bit?

2011-03-04 Thread Ben Noordhuis
On Fri, Mar 4, 2011 at 02:24, Adelle Hartley ade...@akemi.com.au wrote: This is a helper class I wrote for the module I'm working on.  It assumes the native wide encoding is UTF-32.  To make it cross platform, you'd have to check what the correct wide encoding is. This is my first apache

Re: Converting a 16-bit string to 8-bit?

2011-03-05 Thread Ben Noordhuis
On Sat, Mar 5, 2011 at 02:11, Adelle Hartley ade...@akemi.com.au wrote: Thanks for the feedback.  Is there any documentation for the apr_xlate functions? My pleasure, Adelle. Documentation: I don't think so save for the source itself[1]. [1]

Re: APR global mutexes

2011-03-08 Thread Ben Noordhuis
2011/3/9 Massimo Manghi massimo.man...@unipr.it: the subject might suggest the message is an off-topic for the list. Technically it is, d...@apr.apache.org would have been a better place for it. To put it simple my question is: can every module in APR be used also to build standalone

Re: Saving the original request URI ahead of a mod_rewrite

2011-03-12 Thread Ben Noordhuis
On Sun, Mar 13, 2011 at 04:02, Eric Covener cove...@gmail.com wrote: OP specifically mentions internal redirect and rewrite-in-htaccess. Hah, the moment I fired off that email I thought oh wait, mod_rewrite *does* do an internal redirect somewhere. Internal redirects share a pool so your

Re: Saving the original request URI ahead of a mod_rewrite

2011-03-13 Thread Ben Noordhuis
On Sun, Mar 13, 2011 at 13:15, Eric Covener cove...@gmail.com wrote: r-main doesn't change on an internal redirect AFAICT. You're right. And there is ap_internal_fast_redirect() that works different still. The only thing I can think of that should work for all three is to follow r-main until

Re: ordering output filters

2011-03-14 Thread Ben Noordhuis
On Mon, Mar 14, 2011 at 16:54, Joshua Marantz jmara...@google.com wrote: Even in the absence of 'remove_comments', it would be preferable to have mod_pagespeed run after mod_includes so that it has an opportunity to optimize the included text.  The user can achieve this by putting this line

Re: how to parse html content in handler

2011-03-24 Thread Ben Noordhuis
On Thu, Mar 24, 2011 at 13:10, Whut  Jia whut_...@163.com wrote: Hi,all I want to parse a html content and withdraw some element in myself apache handler.Please ask how to do it. Thanks, Jia Hey, have a look at how mod_proxy_html[1] does it. [1] http://apache.webthing.com/mod_proxy_html/

Re: module interaction

2011-03-26 Thread Ben Noordhuis
On Sat, Mar 26, 2011 at 16:09, Brian McQueen mcqueenor...@gmail.com wrote: If you want to share functions then put them into a library and they will be shared in the usual way like normal c functions. If you want to pass data between modules there are are notes and environment. This. And there

Re: KeepAlive -- why is it off by default?

2011-04-11 Thread Ben Noordhuis
On Tue, Apr 12, 2011 at 02:18, Joshua Marantz jmara...@google.com wrote: What are the reasons someone might wish to turn KeepAlive off?  The only one I can think of is in single-process mode (httpd -X) it can be a drag to refresh a page with lots of resources; but this seems like a secondary

Re: mod_gnutls and mod_proxy (TLS termination)

2011-04-29 Thread Ben Noordhuis
On Fri, Apr 29, 2011 at 10:27, Hardy Griech nt...@mardys.de wrote: I'm trying to use mod_gnutls for TLS termination without success. My first suggestion would be to use mod_ssl. Alternatively, compile Apache and mod_gnutls with -g -O0 and run it with `gdb --args httpd -X -e debug`. Put a

Re: mod_gnutls and mod_proxy (TLS termination)

2011-04-29 Thread Ben Noordhuis
- mod_ssl (openssl?) does not obey the maximum fragmentation length requested by the clients I think that this has been fixed in openssl 1.0.0.a. Monkey curiosity: why do you need it? - install 'apache2-dbg' - enter gdb with the above command line - run (in gdb) - break gdb when the

Re: mod_gnutls and mod_proxy (TLS termination)

2011-05-03 Thread Ben Noordhuis
On Tue, May 3, 2011 at 21:10, Hardy Griech nt...@mardys.de wrote: On 03.05.2011 00:13, Ben Noordhuis wrote: On Mon, May 2, 2011 at 20:51, Hardy Griechnt...@mardys.de  wrote: Now my concern is, how can I reliably catch the condition that the connection has been initiated by mod_proxy.  Any

Re: mod_gnutls and mod_proxy (TLS termination)

2011-05-04 Thread Ben Noordhuis
On Wed, May 4, 2011 at 17:50, Hardy Griech nt...@mardys.de wrote: Sorry, my fault.  I focused on ssl_proxy_enable() which is not called in my case.  ssl_engine_disable() does the job. So my problem is hopefully solved. Disadvantage of this solution is, that mod_ssl and mod_gnutls cannot be

Re: Vary:User-Agent, best practices, and making the web faster.

2011-06-04 Thread Ben Noordhuis
On Sat, Jun 4, 2011 at 21:26, Joshua Marantz jmara...@google.com wrote: I think what we'd do is basically let mod_pagespeed ignore Vary:User-Agent if we saw that it was inserted per this exact pattern.  This would, to be This seems like a stupendously bad idea. Warn about it in your docs,

Re: Vary:User-Agent, best practices, and making the web faster.

2011-06-04 Thread Ben Noordhuis
On Sun, Jun 5, 2011 at 00:34, Joshua Marantz jmara...@google.com wrote: It was with some reluctance that I brought this up.  It occurs to me that this idea propagates the sort of spec violations that led to this issue (inappropriate user of Vary:User-Agent) in the first place.   However, I'm

Re: Vary:User-Agent, best practices, and making the web faster.

2011-06-05 Thread Ben Noordhuis
On Sun, Jun 5, 2011 at 13:42, Joshua Marantz jmara...@google.com wrote: This is a case where the content varies based on user-agent.  The recommendation on the mod_deflate doc page is add vary:user-agent for any non-image.  Can you think of a case where the absence of a vary:user-agent header

Re: Vary:User-Agent, best practices, and making the web faster.

2011-06-06 Thread Ben Noordhuis
On Sun, Jun 5, 2011 at 21:37, Joshua Marantz jmara...@google.com wrote: Does Magento actually vary the content of CSS JS based on user-agent?  Or does it only vary the content of HTML? I don't know. I'm by no means a Magento expert, I only run into it from time to time. That site I broke? That

Re: Socket transfer from Apache httpd to a non-httpd process

2011-06-16 Thread Ben Noordhuis
On Thu, Jun 16, 2011 at 10:32, Henrik Strand henrik.str...@axis.com wrote: I've tried writing data to the socket directly after my non-httpd daemon process receives the socket descriptor and this results in that the client receives this data. However, very shortly afterwards the connections is

Re: Module External Configuration

2011-06-21 Thread Ben Noordhuis
On Tue, Jun 21, 2011 at 23:26, Jason Funk jasonlf...@gmail.com wrote: One last question about shared memory... I have my configuration now being loaded successfully into a shared memory segment.. now my problem is that someone could change the config so that the resulting structure wouldn't

Re: proxying another protocol to http/https

2011-07-07 Thread Ben Noordhuis
On Thu, Jul 7, 2011 at 02:56, Jodi Bosa jodib...@gmail.com wrote: I would like to leverage mod_proxy and mod_proxy_http to proxy client requests (from another protocol). Assuming I have input output filters that handle the other protocol with the client, shouldn't I simply be able to:

Re: illegal instruction 4

2011-07-07 Thread Ben Noordhuis
On Thu, Jul 7, 2011 at 16:33, MK m...@cognitivedissonance.ca wrote: I have a mod_perl based module running a service on an openVZ slice. It was working fine for a few weeks, but when I went to use it today I get delivered an empty page and in the apache error.log: child exit signal Illegal

Re: creating reverse proxy workers dynamically

2011-07-07 Thread Ben Noordhuis
On Thu, Jul 7, 2011 at 07:19, Jodi Bosa jodib...@gmail.com wrote: It seems I may need to create HTTPS reverse proxy workers DYNAMICALLY - what is best way to do this? In other words, from manual I see config directive:    ProxyPass /example http://backend.example.com connectiontimeout=5

Re: Sharing information between threads and processes.

2011-07-21 Thread Ben Noordhuis
On Thu, Jul 21, 2011 at 13:25, Zaid Amireh tum...@gmail.com wrote: On Jul 21, 2011, at 1:53 PM, Nick Kew wrote: How near do the socache modules come to meeting your needs? mod_disk_cache would unfortunately make my code pretty complex and maybe slow as I'm not caching documents but rather

Re: mod_proxy and modified headers in filters.

2011-08-08 Thread Ben Noordhuis
On Mon, Aug 8, 2011 at 10:29, Zaid Amireh tum...@gmail.com wrote: I'm writing a module for Apache 2.2 that changes the content and thus needs to set a new C-L header, all is working perfectly for static files and content generated from content handlers (PHP Ruby Passenger Phusion), an

Re: mutex permission denied

2011-08-17 Thread Ben Noordhuis
On Wed, Aug 17, 2011 at 15:20, Jason Funk jasonlf...@gmail.com wrote: I am trying to implement an apr proc mutex in my module. When I created the mutex with APR_LOCK_DEFAULT the mutex is successfully created but I am getting Permission Denied when I try to acquire the lock. I ran

Re: po

2011-09-01 Thread Ben Noordhuis
On Thu, Sep 1, 2011 at 13:52, Joshua Marantz jmara...@google.com wrote: Hi, I've been load-testing our module (mod_pagespeedhttp://code.google.com/speed/page-speed/docs/module.html) with httpd 2.2.16 built with these options:     --enable-pool-debug --with-mpm=worker I've been getting

Re: Infinite data stream from a non-HTTPD external process via HTTPD

2011-09-20 Thread Ben Noordhuis
On Tue, Sep 20, 2011 at 11:13, Henrik Strand henrik.str...@axis.com wrote: I would like to send an infinite data stream from a non-HTTPD external process via HTTPD to the client connection. Both HTTP and HTTPS must be supported. What kind of external process are we talking here? Something that

Re: cross-process and cross-thread file locking

2011-09-29 Thread Ben Noordhuis
On Thu, Sep 29, 2011 at 16:54, thomas bonfort thomas.bonf...@gmail.com wrote: Hi all, sorry in advance if this is a dumb question. The apr documentation for apr_file_lock states Locks are established on a per-thread/process basis; a second lock by the same thread will not block. but this is

Re: Developing Authn/Authz Modules

2011-10-01 Thread Ben Noordhuis
On Sat, Oct 1, 2011 at 23:05, Suneet Shah suneetshah2...@gmail.com wrote: Hello, I am trying to build my apache module which needs to carry out authentication and authorization functions based on the value of a cookie. To start with, I have just created a shell with the intent that I wanted

Re: Performance Evaluation of a Module

2012-02-08 Thread Ben Noordhuis
On Wed, Feb 8, 2012 at 14:01, Oğuzhan TOPGÜL oguzhantop...@gmail.com wrote: Hi all, I have developed an apache module and i want to evaluate the performance of my module. I want to see how my module increases the load. I want to measure the effect of my module on processor and memory. I

Re: thread ID

2012-03-01 Thread Ben Noordhuis
On Thu, Mar 1, 2012 at 17:29, sorin.manola...@orange.com wrote: Hello, I would need a memory buffer associated per worker thread (in the worker MPM) or to each process (in the prefork MPM). In order to do that, I would need a map thread-buffer. So, I would need a sort of thread

Re: mod_ssl ignores connection-aborted eos_sent

2012-03-05 Thread Ben Noordhuis
On Mon, Mar 5, 2012 at 22:34, Daniil A Megrabjan danil.megrab...@gmail.com wrote: Hello, I'm writing a module which serves a special URL. In cases when URL-string matches the special pattern my module sends the connection(SCM_RIGHTS) between HTTP client and Apache to another process.

Re: mod_ssl ignores connection-aborted eos_sent

2012-03-07 Thread Ben Noordhuis
On Tue, Mar 6, 2012 at 13:27, Daniil A Megrabjan danil.megrab...@gmail.com wrote: Anyway, as far as I understood I'm not allowed to change the default behavior of mod_ssl. In this case there is the other question -  how to register my hook to be really before  mod_ssl? and even if request has

Re: Change Request-Header before mod_rewrite

2012-06-04 Thread Ben Noordhuis
On Mon, Jun 4, 2012 at 10:53 PM, Marc apocalypse17 apocalyps...@gmx.de wrote: Hi all, I just developed my first apache module following the tutorial on the apache website. The module is responsible for adding one header value to the active request which must be checked in a mod_rewrite

Re: Get the directory of the module

2012-06-11 Thread Ben Noordhuis
On Mon, Jun 11, 2012 at 10:10 PM, Bart Wiegmans bartwiegm...@gmail.com wrote: Hello everybody, For a project I'm doing, I need to install a few bytecode files alongside my module. I was planning on placing them in the modules directory but I realised that at runtime I do not know where that

Re: How to access client certificate PEM and incoming request headers in a module?

2012-06-17 Thread Ben Noordhuis
On Sun, Jun 17, 2012 at 9:46 PM, oh...@cox.net wrote: Hi, I am starting to look into implementing an Apache module that can use information from an incoming request, including several headers and the subject string from a client certificate to do authentication. I've been looking at the

Re: How to access client certificate PEM and incoming request headers in a module?

2012-06-17 Thread Ben Noordhuis
On Mon, Jun 18, 2012 at 5:45 AM, oh...@cox.net wrote: I haven't actually tried your suggestion yet, but, re. the SSL variables, I was looking at mod_headers.c, and in there, there are two separate functions: static const char *header_request_env_var(request_rec *r, char *a) {    const char

Re: How to access client certificate PEM and incoming request headers in a module?

2012-06-18 Thread Ben Noordhuis
On Mon, Jun 18, 2012 at 8:53 AM, oh...@cox.net wrote: I added a call to header_request_env_var(r, REMOTE_URI), just to see what it got (running Apache in single-process mode): printf(REMOTE_URI=[%s]\n, header_request_env_var(r, REMOTE_URI) ); Then I pointed a browser to http://myhost/test,

Re: Best (safest) way to edit char string (from envvars)?

2012-06-20 Thread Ben Noordhuis
On Wed, Jun 20, 2012 at 4:35 PM, oh...@cox.net wrote: Hi, I am working on a module, and I get one of the SSL envvars, SSL_CLIENT_CERT, using apr_table_get() into a const char *. The client cert char string returned has the extra beginning line (-BEGIN CERTIFICATE-) and ending

Re: How to compiling/link/use Apache module that uses shared library?

2012-06-21 Thread Ben Noordhuis
On Thu, Jun 21, 2012 at 8:43 PM, oh...@cox.net wrote: I tried that, which allowed me to start Apache, but am getting a segfault. Run it through gdb and inspect the backtrace. Compiling with debug symbols and optimizations disabled (-g -O0) will help.

Re: UNSOLVED was Re: SOLVED was Re: How to compiling/link/use Apache module that uses shared library?

2012-06-21 Thread Ben Noordhuis
On Fri, Jun 22, 2012 at 3:32 AM, oh...@cox.net wrote: Program received signal SIGSEGV, Segmentation fault. 0x003518d6c1e1 in BN_num_bits () from /lib64/libcrypto.so.4 So, it's actually blowing up in BN_num_bits() in /lib64/libcrypto.so.4? Type `bt full` and you'll get a backtrace +

Re: Anyone have some example code doing simple HTTP GET request from within a module?

2012-06-22 Thread Ben Noordhuis
On Sat, Jun 23, 2012 at 4:47 AM, oh...@cox.net wrote: Per earlier threads on this list, I've been working on an Apache module.  For the time being, I'm kind of stuck because of the problems that I've run into with trying to integrate my module with a 3rd party library, so just for my

Re: problem with ap_md5 in custom module

2012-08-15 Thread Ben Noordhuis
On Wed, Aug 15, 2012 at 5:13 PM, nik600 nik...@gmail.com wrote: Dear all i'm having a problem with ap_md5, i just want to write a custom module that compute che md5 checksum of the requested url and give it back to the user. This is my code:

Re: Bucket brigade filter thread safety

2012-09-09 Thread Ben Noordhuis
On Sun, Sep 9, 2012 at 2:31 PM, Alex Bligh a...@alex.org.uk wrote: I am trying to work out how to develop a thread-safe module with two threads, one thread reading and one thread writing. I'm using mpm-prefork on apache 2.2.14-5ubuntu8.9 in case that matters. The module is a websocket proxy.

Re: Bucket brigade filter thread safety

2012-09-11 Thread Ben Noordhuis
On Mon, Sep 10, 2012 at 3:53 PM, Alex Bligh a...@alex.org.uk wrote: Ben, No, but the documentation omits some crucial details. apr_pool_create() is thread-safe only if: 1. libapr is compiled with APR_HAS_THREADS 2. APR_POOL_DEBUG is turned off 3. the parent pool has a thread-safe

Re: Input filters that alter content-length

2012-09-25 Thread Ben Noordhuis
On Tue, Sep 25, 2012 at 1:15 PM, Ivan Prostran ivan.prost...@bulb.hr wrote: Hi, I have the following scenario : - Apache/2.2.19 (Solaris 10 SPARC) SetInputFilter alterxmlbody (AP_FTYPE_RESOURCE) SetHandler weblogic-handler The handler forwards requests to multiple weblogic

Re: aprmemcache question

2012-09-27 Thread Ben Noordhuis
On Thu, Sep 27, 2012 at 4:05 AM, Joshua Marantz jmara...@google.com wrote: RE failing the build of my module -- the dominant usage is via precompiled binaries we supply. Is there an apr query for determining whether apr was compiled with threads I could do on startup? I don't think there's an

Re: aprmemcache question

2012-09-27 Thread Ben Noordhuis
On Thu, Sep 27, 2012 at 4:29 PM, Joshua Marantz jmara...@google.com wrote: Thanks Ben, That might be an interesting hack to try, although I wonder whether some of our friends running mod_pagespeed on FreeBSD might run into trouble with it. I did confirm that my prefork build has APR built

Re: RPC over HTTP

2012-10-03 Thread Ben Noordhuis
On Wed, Oct 3, 2012 at 11:57 AM, Evgeny Shvidky evg...@skyfence.com wrote: Hi, I am developing a new module on C. One of the requirements of my module is to receive and handle RPC over HTTP protocol. RPC over HTTP opens two HTTP/1.1 requests: One with request method RPC_IN_DATA to send

Re: RPC over HTTP

2012-10-03 Thread Ben Noordhuis
On Wed, Oct 3, 2012 at 2:06 PM, Evgeny Shvidky evg...@skyfence.com wrote: Hi, ap_setup_client_block() returns OK. I think the problem is that Content-Length header value is 1073741824 (1 GB) and probably apache tries to receive the whole content before it passed to my module. Am I right?

Re: apche rewrite and reverse proxy help

2012-10-14 Thread Ben Noordhuis
On Sun, Oct 14, 2012 at 1:12 AM, Abdel kad...@yahoo.com wrote: I have back end website running on Tomcat with the following url http://local.domain.com/app. External user access the website through apache proxy with the following url http://www.domain.com/user1 (user1, user2, etc... It’s uri