Bug in HttpSslModule?

Hi all,

I think I’ve found a bug in the HttpSslModule. We’re running Rails
(Passenger) with Nginx and need to check if the current request is SSL.
To do this, Rails needs “HTTPS: on” set in the environment.

In our nginx.conf, using the preferred syntax “listen 443 default ssl;”
does not set this correctly. However, “listen 443; ssl on;” does. I
haven’t found any other reports of this problem. Most examples of
nginx+rails+ssl use the old syntax.

Thanks,
Ian

Hello!

On Fri, Feb 25, 2011 at 01:54:39PM -0800, Ian Young wrote:

I think I’ve found a bug in the HttpSslModule. We’re running Rails
(Passenger) with Nginx and need to check if the current request is
SSL. To do this, Rails needs “HTTPS: on” set in the environment.

In our nginx.conf, using the preferred syntax “listen 443 default
ssl;” does not set this correctly. However, “listen 443; ssl on;”
does. I haven’t found any other reports of this problem. Most
examples of nginx+rails+ssl use the old syntax.

Looks like passenger problem. You may want to report it passenger
folks instead.

Maxim D.

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