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From Eric Covener <>
Subject Re: Exposing more loggable data from the proxy
Date Fri, 25 Oct 2013 14:21:24 GMT
On Fri, Oct 25, 2013 at 10:10 AM, Yann Ylavic <> wrote:
> How about setting backend->r to r->backend (when applyable)?
> For now backend->r is pooled to backend's connection, and has a different
> lifetime than r but maybe it worth having it destroyed with r (setting
> things related to the origin's connection to NULL, when released, to avoid
> invalid accesses)...
> Hence r->backend->useragent_addr/useragent_ip (useragent is the origin here)
> are accessible everywhere, and so are backend->r->headers_* and everything
> related to the request/response send/received to/from the backend.
> I may be missing lot of things with backend->r's lifetime, since it is now
> attached to origin->pool, surely for good reasons...
> Also, not all proxy modules use backend->r, but maybe these can create a
> fake request too with everything NULL except sockaddr (and other relevant
> things, if any).

I think the how simple the data is compared to that underlying
structure, I would rather see it in a flat table that other proxy-like
things could emulate.  Similar to SSL variables.

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