[uWSGI] What does "http-modifier1" really do?
aarni.koskela at andersinno.fi
Tue Apr 29 16:10:02 CEST 2014
It simply defines which language plugin requests that come from the HTTP "frontend" (c.f. the uwsgi native protocol frontend, etc.) are routed to.
It seems you can use the internal routing language to set the modifier per-request using the router_uwsgi plugin: https://uwsgi-docs.readthedocs.org/en/latest/InternalRouting.html#uwsgi
Oh and the option _is_ actually documented (though very unhelpfully tersely), btw: https://uwsgi-docs.readthedocs.org/en/latest/Options.html#http-modifier1
From: uwsgi-bounces at lists.unbit.it [mailto:uwsgi-bounces at lists.unbit.it] On Behalf Of Gilles
Sent: 29. huhtikuuta 2014 16:37
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Subject: [uWSGI] What does "http-modifier1" really do?
Since I have this in my INI file to run Lua scripts through CGI...
http-modifier1=9 ;cgi plug-in
... I'd like to know what it really does.
I searched for "http-modifier1" in the online doc, but "Your search did not match any documents."
Next, I tried through Google, but didn't fare better:
What does it do really? If running different scripts in different languages, can I have several occurences of http-modifier1?
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