Roman Arutyunyan
May 14, 2023 09:40AM
# HG changeset patch
# User Roman Arutyunyan <arut@nginx.com>
# Date 1684045884 -14400
# Sun May 14 10:31:24 2023 +0400
# Branch quic
# Node ID d8272b84031bea1940ef8a5b8e2f79ec6a2dcfc1
# Parent 49a8edf7bf31b78681399cd7e93a8516788607dd
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-Experimental QUIC support for nginx
------------------------------------
-
-1. Introduction
-2. Building from sources
-3. Configuration
-4. Directives
-5. Clients
-6. Troubleshooting
-7. Contributing
-8. Links
-
-1. Introduction
-
- This is an experimental QUIC [1] / HTTP/3 [2] support for nginx.
-
- The code is developed in a separate "quic" branch available
- at https://hg.nginx.org/nginx-quic. Currently it is based
- on nginx mainline 1.23.x. We merge new nginx releases into
- this branch regularly.
-
- The project code base is under the same BSD license as nginx.
-
- The code is currently at a beta level of quality, however
- there are several production deployments with it.
-
- NGINX Development Team is working on improving HTTP/3 support to
- integrate it into the main NGINX codebase. Thus, expect further
- updates of this code, including features, changes in behaviour,
- bug fixes, and refactoring. NGINX Development team will be
- grateful for any feedback and code submissions.
-
- Please contact NGINX Development Team via nginx-devel mailing list [3].
-
- What works now:
-
- IETF QUIC version 1 is supported. Internet drafts are no longer supported.
-
- nginx should be able to respond to HTTP/3 requests over QUIC and
- it should be possible to upload and download big files without errors.
-
- + The handshake completes successfully
- + One endpoint can update keys and its peer responds correctly
- + 0-RTT data is being received and acted on
- + Connection is established using TLS Resume Ticket
- + A handshake that includes a Retry packet completes successfully
- + Stream data is being exchanged and ACK'ed
- + An H3 transaction succeeded
- + One or both endpoints insert entries into dynamic table and
- subsequently reference them from header blocks
- + Version Negotiation packet is sent to client with unknown version
- + Lost packets are detected and retransmitted properly
- + Clients may migrate to new address
-
-2. Building from sources
-
- The build is configured using the configure command.
- Refer to http://nginx.org/en/docs/configure.html for details.
-
- When configuring nginx, it's possible to enable QUIC and HTTP/3
- using the following new configuration option:
-
- --with-http_v3_module - enable QUIC and HTTP/3
-
- A library that provides QUIC support is recommended to build nginx, there
- are several of those available on the market:
- + BoringSSL [4]
- + LibreSSL [5]
- + QuicTLS [6]
-
- Alternatively, nginx can be configured with OpenSSL compatibility
- layer, which emulates BoringSSL QUIC API for OpenSSL. This mode is
- enabled by default if native QUIC support is not detected.
- 0-RTT is not supported in OpenSSL compatibility mode.
-
- Clone the NGINX QUIC repository
-
- $ hg clone -b quic https://hg.nginx.org/nginx-quic
- $ cd nginx-quic
-
- Use the following command to configure nginx with BoringSSL [4]
-
- $ ./auto/configure --with-debug --with-http_v3_module \
- --with-cc-opt="-I../boringssl/include" \
- --with-ld-opt="-L../boringssl/build/ssl \
- -L../boringssl/build/crypto"
- $ make
-
- Alternatively, nginx can be configured with QuicTLS [6]
-
- $ ./auto/configure --with-debug --with-http_v3_module \
- --with-cc-opt="-I../quictls/build/include" \
- --with-ld-opt="-L../quictls/build/lib"
-
- Alternatively, nginx can be configured with a modern version
- of LibreSSL [7]
-
- $ ./auto/configure --with-debug --with-http_v3_module \
- --with-cc-opt="-I../libressl/build/include" \
- --with-ld-opt="-L../libressl/build/lib"
-
-3. Configuration
-
- The HTTP "listen" directive got a new option "quic" which enables
- QUIC as client transport protocol instead of TCP.
-
- Along with "quic", it's also possible to specify "reuseport"
- option [8] to make it work properly with multiple workers.
-
- To enable address validation:
-
- quic_retry on;
-
- To enable 0-RTT:
-
- ssl_early_data on;
-
- To enable GSO (Generic Segmentation Offloading):
-
- quic_gso on;
-
- To set host key for various tokens:
-
- quic_host_key <filename>;
-
- QUIC requires TLSv1.3 protocol, which is enabled by the default
- by "ssl_protocols" directive.
-
- By default, GSO Linux-specific optimization [10] is disabled.
- Enable it in case a corresponding network interface is configured to
- support GSO.
-
- A number of directives were added that configure HTTP/3:
-
- http3
- http3_hq
- http3_stream_buffer_size
- http3_max_concurrent_streams
-
- In http, an additional variable is available: $http3.
- The value of $http3 is "h3" for HTTP/3 connections,
- "hq" for hq connections, or an empty string otherwise.
-
-Example configuration:
-
- http {
- log_format quic '$remote_addr - $remote_user [$time_local] '
- '"$request" $status $body_bytes_sent '
- '"$http_referer" "$http_user_agent" "$http3"';
-
- access_log logs/access.log quic;
-
- server {
- # for better compatibility it's recommended
- # to use the same port for quic and https
- listen 8443 quic reuseport;
- listen 8443 ssl;
-
- ssl_certificate certs/example.com.crt;
- ssl_certificate_key certs/example.com.key;
-
- location / {
- # required for browsers to direct them into quic port
- add_header Alt-Svc 'h3=":8443"; ma=86400';
- }
- }
- }
-
-4. Directives
-
- Syntax: quic_bpf on | off;
- Default: quic_bpf off;
- Context: main
-
- Enables routing of QUIC packets using eBPF.
- When enabled, this allows to support QUIC connection migration.
- The directive is only supported on Linux 5.7+.
-
-
- Syntax: quic_retry on | off;
- Default: quic_retry off;
- Context: http, server
-
- Enables the QUIC Address Validation feature. This includes:
- - sending a new token in a Retry packet or a NEW_TOKEN frame
- - validating a token received in the Initial packet
-
-
- Syntax: quic_gso on | off;
- Default: quic_gso off;
- Context: http, server
-
- Enables sending in optimized batch mode using segmentation offloading.
- Optimized sending is only supported on Linux featuring UDP_SEGMENT.
-
-
- Syntax: quic_host_key file;
- Default: -
- Context: http, server
-
- Specifies a file with the secret key used to encrypt stateless reset and
- address validation tokens. By default, a randomly generated key is used.
-
-
- Syntax: quic_active_connection_id_limit number;
- Default: quic_active_connection_id_limit 2;
- Context: http, server
-
- Sets the QUIC active_connection_id_limit transport parameter value.
- This is the maximum number of connection IDs we are willing to store.
-
-
- Syntax: http3_stream_buffer_size size;
- Default: http3_stream_buffer_size 64k;
- Context: http, server
-
- Sets buffer size for reading and writing of the QUIC STREAM payload.
- The buffer size is used to calculate initial flow control limits
- in the following QUIC transport parameters:
- - initial_max_data
- - initial_max_stream_data_bidi_local
- - initial_max_stream_data_bidi_remote
- - initial_max_stream_data_uni
-
-
- Syntax: http3_max_concurrent_streams number;
- Default: http3_max_concurrent_streams 128;
- Context: http, server
-
- Sets the maximum number of concurrent HTTP/3 streams in a connection.
-
-
- Syntax: http3 on | off;
- Default: http3 on;
- Context: http, server
-
- Enables HTTP/3 protocol negotiation.
-
-
- Syntax: http3_hq on | off;
- Default: http3_hq off;
- Context: http, server
-
- Enables HTTP/0.9 protocol negotiation used in QUIC interoperability tests.
-
-5. Clients
-
- * Browsers
-
- Known to work: Firefox 90+ and Chrome 92+ (QUIC version 1)
-
- Beware of strange issues: sometimes browser may decide to ignore QUIC
- Cache clearing/restart might help. Always check access.log and
- error.log to make sure the browser is using HTTP/3 and not TCP https.
-
- * Console clients
-
- Known to work: ngtcp2, firefox's neqo and chromium's console clients:
-
- $ examples/client 127.0.0.1 8443 https://example.com:8443/index.html
-
- $ ./neqo-client https://127.0.0.1:8443/
-
- $ chromium-build/out/my_build/quic_client http://example.com:8443
-
-
- In case everyhing is right, the access log should show something like:
-
- 127.0.0.1 - - [24/Apr/2020:11:27:29 +0300] "GET / HTTP/3" 200 805 "-"
- "nghttp3/ngtcp2 client" "quic"
-
-
-6. Troubleshooting
-
- Here are some tips that may help to identify problems:
-
- + Ensure nginx is built with proper SSL library that supports QUIC
-
- + Ensure nginx is using the proper SSL library in runtime
- (`nginx -V` shows what it's using)
-
- + Ensure a client is actually sending requests over QUIC
- (see "Clients" section about browsers and cache)
-
- We recommend to start with simple console client like ngtcp2
- to ensure the server is configured properly before trying
- with real browsers that may be very picky with certificates,
- for example.
-
- + Build nginx with debug support [9] and check the debug log.
- It should contain all details about connection and why it
- failed. All related messages contain "quic " prefix and can
- be easily filtered out.
-
- + For a deeper investigation, please enable additional debugging
- in src/event/quic/ngx_event_quic_connection.h:
-
- #define NGX_QUIC_DEBUG_PACKETS
- #define NGX_QUIC_DEBUG_FRAMES
- #define NGX_QUIC_DEBUG_ALLOC
- #define NGX_QUIC_DEBUG_CRYPTO
-
-7. Contributing
-
- Please refer to
- http://nginx.org/en/docs/contributing_changes.html
-
-8. Links
-
- [1] https://datatracker.ietf.org/doc/html/rfc9000
- [2] https://datatracker.ietf.org/doc/html/rfc9114
- [3] https://mailman.nginx.org/mailman/listinfo/nginx-devel
- [4] https://boringssl.googlesource.com/boringssl/
- [5] https://www.libressl.org/
- [6] https://github.com/quictls/openssl
- [7] https://github.com/libressl-portable/portable/releases/tag/v3.6.0
- [8] https://nginx.org/en/docs/http/ngx_http_core_module.html#listen
- [9] https://nginx.org/en/docs/debugging_log.html
- [10] http://vger.kernel.org/lpc_net2018_talks/willemdebruijn-lpc2018-udpgso-paper-DRAFT-1.pdf
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[PATCH 0 of 4] QUIC cleanup

Roman Arutyunyan 312 May 14, 2023 09:40AM

[PATCH 1 of 4] Stream: removed QUIC support

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Re: [PATCH 1 of 4] Stream: removed QUIC support

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[PATCH 2 of 4] Common tree insert function for QUIC and UDP connections

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Re: [PATCH 2 of 4] Common tree insert function for QUIC and UDP connections

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[PATCH 3 of 4] HTTP/3: removed server push support

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Re: [PATCH 3 of 4] HTTP/3: removed server push support

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Re: [PATCH 3 of 4] HTTP/3: removed server push support

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Re: [PATCH 3 of 4] HTTP/3: removed server push support

Maxim Dounin 102 May 19, 2023 12:10PM

[PATCH 4 of 4] Removed README

Roman Arutyunyan 85 May 14, 2023 09:40AM

Re: [PATCH 4 of 4] Removed README

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