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Re: Help: Using Nginx Reverse Proxy bypass traffic in to a application running in a container

Fatma MAZARI
June 03, 2021 05:16AM
Hi,
I have a question,
I wanna use nginx and ffmpeg to serve chunks to clients without using or
sending .m3u file to client. How can i do this lease?
* ffmpeg copy streams in local ( in /home/STREAMS/channel/stream%d.ts ==>
/home/STREAMS/channel/stream1.ts , /home/STREAMS/channel/stream2.ts ,
/home/STREAMS/channel/stream3.ts ....)
* I want nginx to serve clients chunk by chunk in a continuous way without
serving m3u file .
Thank you ,
Fatma.

Le mer. 2 juin 2021 à 16:27, Francis Daly <francis@daoine.org> a écrit :

> On Tue, Jun 01, 2021 at 07:40:27PM +0530, Amila Gunathilaka wrote:
>
> Hi there,
>
> > Hope you are doing good ? Thanks for your quick responses for my emails
> > again. I have 02 questions for you today, I will brief it down for
> your
> > ease.
>
> You're welcome.
>
> In general, if the questions are unrelated to the first one, it's best
> to start a new mail. That'll help someone search for questions and
> answers in the future.
>
> In this case, they are kind-of vaguely related, so we'll keep[ them in
> this thread.
>
> > But when I tail the /var.log/nginx/error.log file for
> > a moment and even after I log in by type username and password the error
> > log gives below error message unless the login is successful.
> >
> >
> > *tail -f /var.log/nginx/error.log output*
> > 2021/06/01 11:25:26 [crit] 2379013#2379013: *57800 open()
> > "/var/lib/nginx/proxy/4/79/0000002794" failed (*13: Permission denied*)
> > while reading upstream, client: 172.20.0.201, server: 172.25.234.105,
> > request: "GET /metrics HTTP/1.1", upstream: "
> http://127.0.0.1:9091/metrics",
> > host: "172.25.234.105"
> >
> >
> > So my first quiz is why it gives a Permission denied message for my
> request
> > through the browser even after I enter credentials and I can view
> /metrics
> > page contents.
>
> That is almost certainly because you also have "proxy_cache"
> (http://nginx.org/r/proxy_cache) and "proxy_cache_path" defined, but
> configured to use part of the filesystem that the nginx user is not
> allowed to use -- maybe it was created or first run as one user, and
> now this user cannot write there?
>
> The simplest-to-understand fix, assuming that this is a test system
> where you are happy to start again, is probably to stop nginx, remove
> the /var/lib/nginx/proxy/ directory and all of its contents, create the
> directory again as the user that nginx runs as, and then start nginx.
>
> You should then see directories and files created, as cacheable responses
> are fetched.
>
> (There are other possible fixes too, of course.)
>
> > *quiz (2.) : * My second question for you is if I want to redirect the
> url,
> > such as when I enter http://172.25.234.105:80 I want it to
> automatically
> > redirect it to the page http://172.25.234.105/metrics. How could I
> > achieve that via nginx ?
>
> Something like
>
> location = / { return 301 /metrics/; }
>
> should probably work. Any access control on /metrics/ would still apply
> to the next request that the client makes, so it probably is ok not to
> require authentication for this one request.
>
> Good luck with it,
>
> f
> --
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Re: Help: Using Nginx Reverse Proxy bypass traffic in to a application running in a container

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Re: Help: Using Nginx Reverse Proxy bypass traffic in to a application running in a container

Fatma MAZARI June 03, 2021 05:16AM



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