Hi, I’m running nginx as a reverse proxy for an Apache/mod_perl
application, and have a fancy-upload progress bar that measures the
amount of content uploaded. If the script doesn’t see any progress
has failed for some reason and restarts the upload.
However, now that I have nginx running in front of Apache, it seems to
be buffering the uploaded content and isn’t sending any of it to
Apache until the upload finishes (or at least until the upload
progresses long enough for the client-side to give up and retry). Is
there any way I can tell nginx to stop buffering and simply send all
the content to Apache as it recieves it? I only am using nginx for
SSL and serving static files, so I don’t want it to do anything
special to my dynamic URIs.
Can anyone help me out with this, or tell me if there’s a way my
Apache application can detect the upload in-progress within nginx? As
long as I can watch the upload progress I can be happy, but my
application needs to be made aware of the upload.