Log on 304

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Neale Pickett 2012-12-09 15:12:14 -07:00
parent 47ab2f0833
commit 78dec35acd
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Have 304 (Not Modified) responses generate a log entry
Have directory indexes generate a log entry
Remove nop -a option

README.SSL Normal file
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SSL with eris
Eris does not care what transport is in use: that job is left to the invoking
program (eg. tcpserver).
Gerrit Pape's `ipsvd` package comes with two programs for running SSL daemons:
`sslsvd` and `sslio`. At the time of this writing, however, Gerrit's `ipsvd`
has no support for IPv6. Busybox `ipsvd`, and `ucspi-tcp-ipv6`, both do
support IPv6.
Here is how you can support SSL *and* IPv6:
cd /srv/www
HTTPS=enabled; export HTTPS
exec tcpserver -H -R 0 443 \
/usr/bin/sslio -u nobody:ssl-cert -U www-data \
-C /path/to/mydomain.crt -K /path/to/mydomain.key \
/service/httpd/eris -c
This uses `tcpserver` to listen for and accept TCP4 and TCP6 connections.
These connections are then handed to `sslio`, which drops permissions to
`nobody:ssl-cert` and starts speaking SSL to `eris` running as `www-data`.
I like to set the `HTTPS` environment variable also, so CGI can tell whether or
not its connection is secure.

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if (st->st_mtime <= ims) {
header(304, "Not Changed");
dolog(304, 0);

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title "ims persist"
printf 'GET / HTTP/1.1\r\nIf-Modified-Since: %s\r\n\r\nGET / HTTP/1.0\r\n\r\n' "$ims" | $HTTPD 2>/dev/null | d | grep -q 'HTTP/1.. 304.*HTTP/1.. 200' && pass || fail
title "Logging"
(printf 'GET / HTTP/1.0\r\nIf-Modified-Since: %s\r\n\r\n' "$ims" | $HTTPD > /dev/null) 2>&1 | grep -q '304' && pass || fail
H "Directory indexing"