Setting location header

I have a URL stored in memcached in the key “some-key”. I have the
following location defined:

    location /redirect-from-memcached {
      set $memcached_key  some-key;
      memcached_pass      localhost:11211;
      add_header Location What goes here?
      return 302;
    }

How can I, in nginx 0.6, access the value of “some-key” in memcached
and use it in the Location header?

Thanks,
Joe

On Sat, Apr 25, 2009 at 8:59 PM, Joe Van D. [email protected] wrote:

How can I, in nginx 0.6, access the value of “some-key” in memcached
and use it in the Location header?

Does this question make sense? Another way of asking it, I suppose,
is there a way to have the Location header be whatever is in the
request body?

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