I got an idea, because this thing has very nice documentation, a wiki page: It works pretty well. Basically, the compiler can pull itself a parser, an AST Abstract Syntax Treeand some optimizers, and a code emitter.
We also can have response filters, which support multiple regular expressions, to do complicated substitutions, all in NGINX output filters. The complexity comes from the fact that data needs to be fetched from many different MySQL databases.
The predicates are side-effect free [do not cause an action to be performed], which is mandatory if the compiler is to be capable of doing some very aggressive optimizations like combining the predicates out of order, and for example, scanning, the URL just once and getting results from multiple regular expressions.
That would be crazy. The whole server-side architecture of that data analytics product was like this: And we can achieve beauty and efficiency at the same time. In my opinion, WAF can be based on the controller language I just demonstrated. You are welcome to contact me online either by Twitter or via email.
It would be great.
I experimented on the client side, the rich Internet application approach. And to leverage that understanding, we can provide a natural way to express our business logic to the machines.
For example, suppose we are running business systems atop OpenResty. Why not create a new language like we did here? But it can be more powerful and more Web-oriented. They wanted a data analytics product to analyze the traffic to their shops, and also the effects of ad deployment as well as their sales.
Neither are similarly imperative languages. We also introduced a client-side template.
DSL compilers, optimizing compilers. And, for this case, Lua is not up to the task. This can be, maybe, formalized. That would be huge. Because data analytics products are essentially based on the relational model whether or not you are using SQL databases.
But we had to migrate the whole data analytics product, written in PHP, over to the new OpenResty platform. So, constant buffer, infinite data stream processing: The syntax is clean.So the three loops query the same table (read/write) but never the same lines. The problem I experience is that in some nights (almost no activity), one loop doesn't request a page for several hours (I checked in NGINX access log).
I’m currently using Presta Cart and I want to re-write the mint-body.com file to redirect certain item numbers to different websites BUT still allow items that aren’t included on the list to be sent to the normal online checkout.
wordpress admin panel loop on nginx up vote 0 down vote favorite After updating my nginx conf file for wordpress permalinks, wordpress administrator page starts redirect loop. I am trying to rewrite /mint-body.com to / for SEO purposes (stupid search engines which confuse mint-body.com with / and penalize for duplicate content) -- also to reconcile web analytics data.
I've tried every solution I've found on stackoverflow, nginx documentation, etc and have had no success.
This post is adapted from a presentation at mint-body.com by Yichun Zhang, Founder and CEO of OpenResty, Inc. This is the second of two parts of the adaptation. I am using the same nginx config file but I Stack Exchange Network Stack Exchange network consists of Q&A communities including Stack Overflow, the largest, most trusted online community for developers to learn, share.Download