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I have jmeter 5.2.1. I have created a Blaze meter recording. But while running the test, I get error -Unable to tunnel through proxy. I have Java 32 and 64 bits installed on my pc. I am trying to implement the information I got from
How can I find which JRE is used by the jmeter...
ANSWERAnswered 2020-Jun-15 at 16:13
I am having an issue that may be just a fundamental misunderstanding of how this feature works but wanted to ask nonetheless. I am trying to enable the
ProxyErrorOverride directive from the proxy module while using two reverse proxies (one at the root and one at /api). We would like to be able to return Custom ErrorPages (via the
ErrorDocument directive) for a range of 4xx and 5xx status codes. There are however status codes that we want to be able to pass through to our web applications as errors that are being explicitly sent from the API.
At this current moment whenever I turn on the
ProxyErrorOverride directive we do see certain status codes being routed to our generic error page, but the status codes that we try to pass through (by not declaring the ErrorDocument directive) seem to be coming back with the right status code (for example: 418) but using a generic apache response body that says something along the lines of "418 Unknown reason contact your firstname.lastname@example.org..blah blah".
Is there any way to tell Apache that I want to retain the response body through the proxy or is it always discarded by Apache?
For some context I am using the official 2.4.33 httpd docker base and am able to reproduce this behavior with even the most basic Apache configuration. I tried stepping through some of the source code (I don't write a lot of C) and from what I could tell it seemed that discarding the response body was perhaps the default behavior and that the only override was a custom response.
Would love some clarification on this. Is it possible to pass through error messages with the
ProxyErrorOverride directive set to On?
which also seems to imply that ONLY SSI Responses can be served with
ProxyErrorOverride On is there any documentation or sources that can be cited that confirm this? Any Apache based workarounds?
ANSWERAnswered 2019-Jan-23 at 06:03
From my understanding
ProxyErrorOverride overrides any of the responses received from the origin above
Can't exclude specific ones.
I have a crazy issue with Android Studio proxy.
So far, I was using Android Studio 2.3.1 and the proxy was working fine (I have to use a proxy with authentication). In Android Studio "Settings" menu, there is a "Check connection" button. It says that the connection is successful.
Yesterday, I have moved to Android Studio 3.1.4. With this version, the proxy authentication always fails with error 407:...
ANSWERAnswered 2018-Oct-01 at 14:25
I had to do 3 things to get Android Studio 3.2 working with ZScaler Proxy:
So far we were used to use a « gradle.properties » file per project. There is now a global one in ".gradle" directory. Check that it contains the correct informations about your proxy.
I have followed some of the useful hints found on https://sacha-k.github.io/2017/04/18/Android-Studio-behind-Zscaler.html
I have downloaded the ZScaler certificates from Chrome (exported in "Base-64 encoded X.509" .cer format). In a file explorer go to the Android Studio directory and then in jre/bin subdirectory:
I'm trying to set the twilio client quickstart app up in nodejs. I'm using nginx as a reverse proxy so that requests made to
http://example.com/calls, nginx routes that to localhost:3000, where I have the twilio nodejs quickstart running. The problem is that expressjs is expecting to serve files as if I were calling
http://example.com with no subdirectory.
I understand that I would be able to use app.get, but I'm not sure how in the way this particular app is configured. Right now it has:...
ANSWERAnswered 2018-Feb-09 at 05:04
I haven't seen
express.static used for HTML. What about serving it from a route?
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