How does it solve the issue?
If NGINX works as reverse proxy, it seems the issue is easy to reproduce. ?
2011/2/25 Web George <email@example.com>
thanks for your info.
Can NGINX bypass and sent it directly to backend ?
George2011/2/25 Valery Kholodkov <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Correction: yes, you are right and I am wrong, as long as you are talking about streaming uploads to the backend.
----- Valery Kholodkov <email@example.com> wrote:
> ----- Web George <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> > Thanks Weibin's feedback.
> > I searched a mail with the same issue.
> > ref: http://forum.nginx.org/read.php?2,5506,146254
> > >From the update of Igor, it should be an issue and would be developed.
> > We do not know the latest status...
> > It seems that UPLOAD module can not solve the issue.
> No, it doesn't seem so. upload module is especially designed for solving this issue.
However, if you want to stream the entire request body without modifications, why don't you make clients send requests directly to the backend?