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From bugzi...@apache.org
Subject DO NOT REPLY [Bug 36737] - mod_proxy should be able to preserve headers from backend
Date Tue, 20 Sep 2005 18:00:35 GMT
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admin@swicago.com changed:

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------- Additional Comments From admin@swicago.com  2005-09-20 20:00 -------
It doesn't matter if the backend server replies with HTTP/1.1 200 OK or with 
ICY 200 OK. I have tested it with both and mod_proxy does not preserve headers 
coming from back end server. 
If my back end server sends Content-Type: audio/mpeg
apache mod_proxy will put my header as a part of content and write its own 
header Content-Type: text/plain

There should be a way to tell mod_proxy not to do this and let the backend 
server send the headers to the client. \
Example:
HTTP/1.1 200 OK     or ICY 200 OK (doesn't make any difference)
icy-notice1:MuziK stream server
icy-notice2:Use winamp or media player to stream
icy-genre:Mixed
icy-name:test-song
icy-url:www.example.com
icy-metaint:8192
icy-br:56
Connection: close
Server: 1.0 
Content-type: application/ogg
Content-length: 10354
Connection: close

mod_proxy in this case should not pass its own headers, instead be told that 
the backend server will do this.

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