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Good first issue
Use plugin redirect for http_to_https,the browser access unlimited 301.The reason I found is that our APISIX behind a proxy that responsed for decrypted the TLS and proxied always HTTP scheme to APISIX. Let's see the redirect plugin code:
if conf.http_to_https and ctx.var.scheme == "http" then
It will makes the redirect loop apparently. The resolution is patching this plugin just like:
local proxy_proto = core.request.header(ctx, "x-forwarded-proto")
local _scheme = proxy_proto and proxy_proto or ctx.var.scheme
if conf.http_to_https and _scheme == "http" then
Suppose I have two fields,
include_resp_body as the switch,
resp_limit_size as the limit size. After configuring these two parameters, if resp_body exceeds the size of resp_limit_size, resp_body will not be recorded in the log. The same is true for req_body.
We can truncate oversized request and response bodies based on limit size.
Highlights of Recent Features
Support TLS over TCP upstream（Contributor: spacewander）
Support hide the authentication header in basic-auth with a config（Contributor: mangoGoForward）
Set proxy_request_buffering dynamically（Contributor: spacewander）
Mqtt supports load balancing by client id（Contributor: spacewander）
Add forward-auth plugin（Contributor: bzp2010）
Support gRPC-Web Proxy（Contributor: shuaijinchao）
limit-count supports sharing counters between requests（Contributor: spacewander）
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