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Re: HTTP::Proxy traffic calculating

by BooK (Curate)
on Feb 22, 2005 at 13:22 UTC ( #433325=note: print w/ replies, xml ) Need Help??

in reply to HTTP::Proxy traffic calculating

$message is a HTTP::Response object when your filter is a response filter, so you can access the request via $message->request(). This should let you compute your stats in the response filter.

Please note that HTTP::Proxy does currently behave well with large request bodies: it loads the whole request body in memory before processing and sending it to the next hop. This is more than often okay, except when you upload very laaaarge files.

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Re^2: HTTP::Proxy traffic calculating
by b888 (Beadle) on Feb 22, 2005 at 14:37 UTC

    The main problem is that incoming data (response from external sources) comes to defined filter in chunks. For example for there are 4 chunks, means 4 calls of sub defined in

    $proxy->push_filter(response => ...

    And $$buffer value seems desapearing in last (always 0-sized) chunk.

    p.s. Thanks for great component :)

    Broken code tag repaired by davido.

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