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Re: Proxy Pass based on the first field in the URI

meir hazon
September 12, 2019 03:42AM
Sorry, the only random is the first part of the URI,

Following is the right description,
Dear Francis and friends,

I am sorry if I wasn't clear enough, I appreciate your help and advice
dearly.

I was thinking on creating environments dynamically, Meaning,

1. the source "host" of the URL is static

2. The first field of the URI includes a random string with the environment
ID.

3. Based on this ID a proxy pass is added to the nginx conf

4. The proxy pass points to a static NEW "host" and the URI includes the
original URI excluding the first filed (env ID field)

a DNS record would be added etc based on the env ID

Meaning that I will need a good rewrite and an "if" statement for each one
of the environments ( based on the env IDs )

Could you please share your thoughts with me?

Thanks so much,

Meir



On Thu, Sep 12, 2019 at 9:34 AM meir hazon <meir.hazon@ev-box.com> wrote:

> Dear Francis and friends,
>
> I am sorry if I wasn't clear enough, I appreciate your help and advice
> dearly.
>
> I was thinking on creating environments dynamically, Meaning,
>
> 1. the source "host" of the URL is random
>
> 2. The first field of the URI includes a random string with the
> environment ID.
>
> 3. Based on this ID a proxy pass is added (I will add DNS records etc.)
>
> 4. The proxy pass points to a static "host" and the URI includes the
> original URI excluding the first filed (env ID field)
>
> Meaning that I will need a good rewrite and an "if" statement for each one
> of the environments (IDs)
>
> Could you please
>
> On Wed, Sep 11, 2019 at 11:48 PM Francis Daly <francis@daoine.org> wrote:
>
>> On Wed, Sep 11, 2019 at 08:41:15PM +0200, meir hazon wrote:
>>
>> Hi there,
>>
>> > I don't think so, it should always be the first field of the URI but it
>> > would be a random string. I have to proxy pass and rebuild the new URI
>> > based on location at the original URI only.
>>
>> I don't understand what your requirements are.
>>
>> > > > https://yyy.com/bla/aa/er
>> > > > if $1 == bla proxy pass to http://xxx.com/aa/er
>> > > > if $1 == vv proxy pass to http://ccc.com/aa/er
>>
>> "bla" is not random; it is a thing that you know that maps to xxx.com.
>>
>> "vv" is not random; it is a thing that you know that maps to ccc.com.
>>
>> So, somewhere, you have a list of the uri prefix / upstream server
>> mappings, no?
>>
>> Use that list to make the nginx config.
>>
>> > Could you think of a way to do this?
>>
>> Not without me understanding what "this" is.
>>
>> Good luck with it,
>>
>> f
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Subject Author Posted

Proxy Pass based on the first field in the URI

meir hazon September 11, 2019 10:46AM

Re: Proxy Pass based on the first field in the URI

Francis Daly September 11, 2019 11:48AM

Re: Proxy Pass based on the first field in the URI

meir hazon September 11, 2019 02:42PM

Re: Proxy Pass based on the first field in the URI

Francis Daly September 11, 2019 05:50PM

Re: Proxy Pass based on the first field in the URI

meir hazon September 12, 2019 03:36AM

Re: Proxy Pass based on the first field in the URI

meir hazon September 12, 2019 03:42AM

Re: Proxy Pass based on the first field in the URI

j94305 September 11, 2019 11:55AM

Re: Proxy Pass based on the first field in the URI

meir hazon September 11, 2019 02:44PM

Re: Proxy Pass based on the first field in the URI

j94305 September 14, 2019 06:17PM



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