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Perlbal::Plugin::ExpandSSL - Add a custom header according to the SSL of a service
This plugin adds a custom header according to information it reads off the SSL certificate of a service you've configured.
Since Perlbal speaks plain HTTP to backends (while being able to serve HTTPS to clients), the backend does not know whether the client tried to reach HTTPS or HTTP.
This plugin reads the certificate Perlbal is configured to serve the user, and adds an according header to the backend so it knows.
In your Perlbal configuration:
LOAD ExpandSSL CREATE SERVICE https_balancer SET role = reverse_proxy SET pool = machines SET plugins = ExpandSSL SET enable_ssl = on SET ssl_key_file = /etc/perlbal/certs/mydomain.key SET ssl_cert_file = /etc/perlbal/certs/mydomain.crt SET plugins = ExpandSSL
Register a service hook to run a callback to build a registry of headers for each request.
The is the function being called to create the registry. It starts by decoding the cert file and then building the registry using a hardcoded headers hash.
Don't like it? Patches are welcome! :)
Takes a PEM-formatted certification file (the type you give Perlbal or your regular webserver to serve to the client) and returns only the Base 64 portion of it.
Basicaly it removed the header and footer in a clean manner.
Sets the special headers from the registry. This uses the start_proxy_request hook.
Clears up the registry.
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LICENSE AND COPYRIGHT
Copyright 2010 Sawyer X.
This program is free software; you can redistribute it and/or modify it under the terms of either: the GNU General Public License as published by the Free Software Foundation; or the Artistic License.
See http://dev.perl.org/licenses/ for more information.