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Apache Module mod_proxy_express

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Description:Dynamic mass reverse proxy extension for
mod_proxy
Status:Extension
ModuleIdentifier:proxy_express_module
SourceFile:mod_proxy_express.c
Summary

    This module creates dynamically configured mass reverse
    proxies, by mapping the Host: header of the HTTP request to
    a server name and backend URL stored in a DBM file.
    This allows for easy use of a huge number of reverse proxies
    with no configuration changes. It is much less feature-full
    than mod_proxy_balancer, which also provides
    dynamic growth, but is intended to handle much, much
    larger numbers of backends. It is ideally suited as a
    front-end HTTP switch and for micro-services architectures.

    This module requires the service of mod_proxy.

    Warning
      Do not enable proxying until you have secured your server. Open proxy
      servers are dangerous both to your network and to the Internet at
      large.
    

Limitations
  
    This module is not intended to replace the dynamic capability of
      mod_proxy_balancer. Instead, it is intended to be mostly
      a lightweight and fast alternative to using mod_rewrite
      with RewriteMap and the [P] flag
      for mapped reverse proxying.
    
    It does not support regex or pattern matching at all.
    
    It emulates:
      <VirtualHost *:80>
   ServerName front.end.server
   ProxyPass "/" "back.end.server:port"
   ProxyPassReverse "/" "back.end.server:port"
</VirtualHost>

      That is, the entire URL is appended to the mapped backend
      URL. This is in keeping with the intent of being a simple
      but fast reverse proxy switch.
    
  



Directives

 ProxyExpressDBMFile
 ProxyExpressDBMType
 ProxyExpressEnable

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ProxyExpressDBMFile Directive

Description:Pathname to DBM file.
Syntax:ProxyExpressDBMFile <pathname>
Default:None
Context:server config, virtual host
Status:Extension
Module:mod_proxy_express
Compatibility:Available in Apache 2.3.13 and later

  The ProxyExpressDBMFile directive
    points to the location of the Express map DBM file. This
    file serves to map the incoming server name, obtained from
    the Host: header, to a backend URL.

    Note
      The file is constructed from a plain text file format using
        the httxt2dbm
        utility.

      ProxyExpress map file
        ##
        ##express-map.txt:
        ##
        
        www1.example.com    http://192.168.211.2:8080
        www2.example.com   http://192.168.211.12:8088
        www3.example.com   http://192.168.212.10
      

      Create DBM file
        httxt2dbm -i express-map.txt -o emap
        

      Configuration
        ProxyExpressEnable on
        ProxyExpressDBMFile emap
        
    



ProxyExpressDBMType Directive

Description:DBM type of file.
Syntax:ProxyExpressDBMFile <type>
Default:"default"
Context:server config, virtual host
Status:Extension
Module:mod_proxy_express
Compatibility:Available in Apache 2.3.13 and later

  The ProxyExpressDBMType directive
    controls the DBM type expected by the module. The default
    is the default DBM type created with 
    httxt2dbm.
    Possible values are (not all may be available at run time):
ValueDescription
db Berkeley DB files
gdbm GDBM files
ndbm NDBM files
sdbm SDBM files (always available)
default default DBM type





ProxyExpressEnable Directive

Description:Enable the module functionality.
Syntax:ProxyExpressEnable [on|off]
Default:off
Context:server config, virtual host
Status:Extension
Module:mod_proxy_express
Compatibility:Available in Apache 2.3.13 and later

  The ProxyExpressEnable directive
    controls whether the module will be active.




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