Sorry for the messy email I’m in a lab with a crappy keyboard that is
too hard to use properly and the mouse is basically useless
On Wed, Mar 11, 2009 at 10:50 AM, Manlio P.
[email protected] wrote:
mike ha scritto:
oh, i’ve got a nice little wishlist going
The only idea of implementing mod_svn from scratch in Nginx is crazy :).
why is that? isn’t it just DAV? it just needs to support some more
OPTIONS commands or something? (I could be off my rocker, I thought I
read that somewhere)
and what, have an /etc/nginx/upstreams.conf file that i manually
update and kill -HUP nginx or whatever appropriate signal to reload
every time i notice an upstream going up or down?
another issue is nginx is not ‘smart’ so the healthchecking would need
to be more than just tcp port 80 is open… i guess that’s where
external things come in to play. but simplifying the software stack
would be amazing, and it could be an -optional- module in nginx
to implement it.
I have already implemented a rather complete HTTP Digest Authentication
support in my Python WSGI framework.
I don’t care as much about digest myself but it was something someone
brought up. This is open source software too. Doesn’t anyone do
anything anymore just for the ego boost? I know I would be if I
knew some C!
- have a way to log statistics (simple byte and request counter) per
Host: header, right now flatfile parsing and stuff for that basic info
is not the funnest
Why not use a separate log parser?
i am right now. but for basic statistics… seems like major overkill,
especially when you start looking at gigs of data from multiple
webservers and having to parse/merge the data
- cluster manager (manage multiple nginx instances, like zeus’ web
Isn’t it possible to use some existing tool?
like cpanel? etc? all of those suck. have you ever used zeus’s? it has
all the capabilities of the webserver avaialble. it needs to be a tool
designed around nginx’s capabilities and such. not just “setup foo.com