On Tue, Nov 23, 2010 at 5:44 AM, John Axel Eriksson <jo...@insane.se> wrote:
Thanks so much for replying! I'm very very saddened though since I love nginx so much but
now must part ways.
We do really want this feature as well. We're now using ngx_proxy as a
non-blocking HTTP client for our ngx_lua applications (we also use
ngx_drizzle as the non-blocking mysql client and ngx_memc for the
Is there any sort of plan to support this in the future? I guess it might mean
you must support http 1.1 to backends...
Our team will try implementing ngx_proxy_more or something like that
to include basic HTTP 1.1 (keepalive + chunked) support to ngx_proxy
in the first quarter of the next year if Igor does not do that himself