thank you, that gets me a bit further. I have one more question though:
On 10/16/2016 12:55 AM, Thomas Lecomte wrote:
> You will need to rewrite bereq.http.host in the vcl_backend_fetch
> routine depending on the backend to which you are sending the request.
So which backend the request is sent to, has been determined in
vcl_recv, using "set req.backend_hint=somedirector".
Now I'm trying to do what you say, and in vcl_backend_fetch set the
bereq.http.host according to which backend has been selected.
I wanted to be clever and tried:
set bereq.http.host = bereq.backend.host_header;
(assuming that by the time that vcl_backend_fetch is called, the
director would already have selected a specific backend). But
"Symbol not found: 'bereq.backend.host_header' (expected type STRING)"
Then I thought ok, since the docs say about bereq.backend: "When used in
string context, returns the name of the director or backend, respectively."
I should be able to do this:
if (bereq.backend == "somedirector")
set bereq.http.host = "somehost";
elsif (bereq.backend == "otherdirector")
set bereq.http.host= "otherhost";
(VRT_r_bereq_backend(ctx) == "somedirector")
vgc.c:2152:35: error: comparison with string literal results in
unspecified behavior [-Werror=address]
How can I force the "string context" on the backend/director, so that I
can use string comparison to find out which backend has been selected?
Or how can I otherwise compare bereq.backend with something?
I also tried to access the req.backend_hint but that seems to be
write-only. If all else files I could maybe abuse some otherwise unused
variable in the "req" object that I can set in vcl_recv (where I
determine which backend I want) and then read in vcl_backend_fetch?
I guess it's probably all dead simple and I just didn't find it.
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