A generic example of one that doesn't work would be : server server When I do that it says "location" directive isn't allowed here... 2,236278,236278#msg-236278 From nginx-forum at Mon Feb 18 2013 From: nginx-forum at (jims) Date: Mon, -0500 Subject: Reverse proxy configuration help Message-ID: I am new to nginx, it being recommended to solve a problem.

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map $is_args $uwaver This workaround may become invalid if the map module is ever extended to accept complex values, but it just worked in a test for me. From ingham.k at Mon Feb 18 2013 From: ingham.k at (Igor Karymov) Date: Mon, 0400 Subject: embedded variable $cookie_YYY and "-" symbol. please forgive me that blasphemous references :) Posted at Nginx Forum:

In-Reply-To: From nginx-forum at Mon Feb 18 2013 From: nginx-forum at (mex) Date: Mon, -0500 Subject: A dynamic web-site written wholly in nginx.conf? 2,236283,236298#msg-236298 From contact at Mon Feb 18 2013 From: contact at (Jonathan Matthews) Date: Mon, 0000 Subject: Proxy module for nginx In-Reply-To: Thanks a lot...

I suggest you kick off a discussion of what you're *ultimately* trying to achieve, what you're already tried, and what hasn't worked.

You'll find a much better thread emerges from that, rather than the much-too-broad-but-much-too-narrow question you've just asked.

URL: Is there any updates on the Websocket proxy support ? My idea is to create a module like the proxy module in some way, can any of you give me some suggestions? In-Reply-To: maybe i should use some kind of escaping here?

I believe that the reason is that there are some characters which are valid in cookie names, but which are not valid in nginx variable names; and I believe that the only way to access them in is to parse $http_cookie yourself.There is a similar problem with the $arg_* variables.Both the $cookie_ and the $arg_ variables are convenience features, and they work well provided that you restrict your inputs appropriately.Just my 2 cents, Jonathan -- Jonathan Matthews // Oxford, London, UK nginx-forum at Mon Feb 18 2013 From: nginx-forum at (jims) Date: Mon, -0500 Subject: Reverse proxy configuration help Message-ID: I am new to nginx, it being recommended to solve a problem.The problem: I have a VPS hosting a website and an application server in my DMZ. I want both DMZ'ed servers reverse-proxied such that requests where the referrer is the test web server always go to the test app server and requests where the referrer is anything but the test web server always go to the production app server.In-Reply-To: Francis Daly francis at You can work around this for now with a quirk of the way the map module works.