lp:~titusx/nginx/mainline

Created by TitusX on 2014-05-03 and last modified on 2020-02-11
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Nginx
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Recent revisions

6667. By Vladimir Homutov <email address hidden> on 2020-02-11

Made ngx_http_get_forwarded_addr_internal() non-recursive.

6666. By Sergey Kandaurov <email address hidden> on 2020-02-05

HTTP/2: fixed socket leak with an incomplete HEADERS frame.

A connection could get stuck without timers if a client has partially sent
the HEADERS frame such that it was split on the individual header boundary.
In this case, it cannot be processed without the rest of the HEADERS frame.

The fix is to call ngx_http_v2_state_headers_save() in this case. Normally,
it would be called from the ngx_http_v2_state_header_block() handler on the
next iteration, when there is not enough data to continue processing. This
isn't the case if recv_buffer became empty and there's no more data to read.

6665. By Sergey Kandaurov <email address hidden> on 2020-02-05

Version bump.

6664. By Maxim Dounin <email address hidden> on 2020-01-21

release-1.17.8 tag

6663. By Maxim Dounin <email address hidden> on 2020-01-21

nginx-1.17.8-RELEASE

6662. By Vladimir Homutov <email address hidden> on 2020-01-17

gRPC: variables support in the "grpc_pass" directive.

6661. By Daniil Bondarev <email address hidden> on 2020-01-14

HTTP/2: removed ngx_debug_point() call.

With the recent change to prevent frames flood in d4448892a294,
nginx will finalize the connection with NGX_HTTP_V2_INTERNAL_ERROR
whenever flood is detected, causing nginx aborting or stopping if
the debug_points directive is used in nginx config.

6660. By Maxim Dounin <email address hidden> on 2019-12-27

SSL: reworked posted next events again.

Previous change 1ce3f01a4355 incorrectly introduced processing of the
ngx_posted_next_events queue at the end of operation, effectively making
posted next events a nop, since at the end of an event loop iteration
the queue is always empty. Correct approach is to move events to the
ngx_posted_events queue at an iteration start, as it was done previously.

Further, in some cases the c->read event might be already in the
ngx_posted_events queue, and calling ngx_post_event() with the
ngx_posted_next_events queue won't do anything. To make sure the event
will be correctly placed into the ngx_posted_next_events queue
we now check if it is already posted.

6659. By Maxim Dounin <email address hidden> on 2019-12-27

Trailing space removed.

6658. By Maxim Dounin <email address hidden> on 2019-12-27

Version bump.

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