Apache 1.3.24 + mod_perl 1.26 + ipv6 patch build fails

Apache 1.3.24 + mod_perl 1.26 + ipv6 patch build fails

Post by Jeff Workma » Thu, 09 May 2002 03:46:14

Has anybody managed to get this working?

OS:  NetBSD 1.5

# perl --version

This is perl, version 5.005_03 built for alpha-netbsd

Copyright 1987-1999, Larry Wall

Here's the swan song from gcc:

gcc -I. -I../../include -I../../include/regex -I../../include/.././os/unix
 -DNETBSD -DINET6 -Dss_family=__ss_family -Dss_len=__ss_len
-DHAVE_SOCKADDR_LEN -DUSE_EXPAT -I../lib/expat-lite `../apaci`  
 -I`/usr/local/bin/perl -MConfig -e 'print $Config{archlibexp}'
`/CORE `/usr/local/bin/perl '-MApache::ExtUtils=%Config' -e 'print
-DMOD_PERL_VERSION=\"1.26\"   -I./os/unix -I../../include    -c Connection.c
Connection.c: In function `XS_Apache__Connection_remote_addr':
Connection.c:119: incompatible types in assignment
Connection.c: In function `XS_Apache__Connection_remote_ip':
Connection.c:153: structure has no member named `sin_addr'
*** Error code 1

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1. Apache 1.3.24 + mod_proxy + mod_rewrite + mod_perl problem

Hi there!

I've got a problem using mod_proxy and mod_rewrite.
The following snippet is working just fine and Apache
also uses its proxy for _internal_ pages
(*.one.localhost und two.localhost are on the same server
using the same instance of Apache!!).

RewriteEngine On
RewriteRule ^(.+) %{HTTP_HOST}$1 [C]
RewriteRule ^(.*)\.one\.localhost/(.*) http://two.localhost/$2 [P]

So when I access http://test.one.localhost/page.html the data
will be actually fetched from http://two.localhost/page.html.
No problem.

But unfortunately I have to implement some more advanced rules
for which I cannot use the "RewriteRule whatever [P]" thing.
That's why I've made an Apache module using Perl to access
mod_proxy _directly_ (with that "proxy-server" handler).

The main part looks something like this:

if ($uri is sth. like *.one.localhost/whatever) {

  my $uri = "http://two.localhost/whatever";

  return OK;

This works *only* if $uri is an external page like
http://www.google.com. It does *not* work for
http://two.localhost/!! Probably because this domain
is running on the same machine using the same instance
of Apache.

Any ideas of how I can solve this problem? I really
need to proxy _internal_ pages, too.

I thought that there might be a possibility to access the
RewriteEngine somehow from the Perl module... because
this problem does *not* occur with mod_rewrite as written.

Thanx and bye bye,


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