Waiting Patiently

Me and alot of people are waiting patinently for nginx persistant
connection
support for http proxy backends. Ive been looking into writing a module
myself but finaly given up (I realised how much I really do hate C).

Please Igor, Please, its probably the most requested feature ever, and
it
isnt too complicated for a C expert to add. Basicly this was my
methodology

  • probably not the most efficient but simple.
  1. before backend connect load connections from shared memory, just a
    simple
    array of structs and lock
  2. Replace connect with if statemnt, if an open non in use connection is
    found in the data use it, else make new connection.
  3. If new connection made, add to struct, and save shared memory.
  4. Release lock

Of course checking connection status and all that would be recomended,
but
this was my plan for basic support (If only I understood the nginx code
better).

So yeah, Igor - Please.

Hello!

On Tue, Feb 15, 2011 at 02:43:57AM +1100, SplitIce wrote:

Me and alot of people are waiting patinently for nginx persistant connection
support for http proxy backends. Ive been looking into writing a module
myself but finaly given up (I realised how much I really do hate C).

Stay tuned.

Maxim D.

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