Bug #1027

alias and mod_compress

Added by Anonymous about 8 years ago. Updated about 7 years ago.

Status:FixedStart date:
Priority:NormalDue date:
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Target version:-
Missing in 1.5.x:


When using an alias, mod_compress dosent create subdirectories for the cached compressed files.



www.domain2.com/n/my.css (n is an alis to domain1.com)

2007-02-12 12:57:03: (mod_compress.c.398) creating cachefile /var/lib/lighttpd/cache/compress//n/themes/obalanet/screen.css-gzip-7964071-2250-1170856112 failed No such file or directory

but /var/lib/lighttpd/cache/compress/ exists.

-- duck

Fix-mod_compress-bug-1027-lighty1.4.patch Magnifier - Tested patch (previous missed symbol "ERROR"), ignore trailing slash now (3.09 KB) stbuehler, 2008-02-15 15:06

Fix-mod_compress-bug-1027-lighty1.5.patch Magnifier - Ignore trailing slash now + ERROR log style (7.09 KB) stbuehler, 2008-02-15 15:42

lighttpd-1.4.18-compress-mkdir.patch Magnifier - Optimized version of patch for 1.4.18. (2.77 KB) spillgroup, 2008-03-07 13:42

lighttpd-1.4.19-compress-mkdir.patch Magnifier - Optimization patch for 1.4.19 (1.14 KB) spillgroup, 2008-03-12 13:56


#1 Updated by darix about 8 years ago

can you show us the module load order?
the easiest thing might be lighttpd -tp -f /path/to/config 2>&1 | less
and paste the server.modules section from it.

#2 Updated by Anonymous about 8 years ago

cachefile /var/lib/lighttpd/cache/compress//n/themes/obalanet/screen.css-gzip-7964071-2250-1170856112

isn't there one slash too many after comptess?

-- j3rky

#3 Updated by Anonymous almost 8 years ago

I'm having the same problem here. Is there a solution?

My server.modules section:

server.modules = (
    # 11

-- ecook

#4 Updated by stbuehler about 7 years ago

I did not try if the patches are working (I don't use mod_compress), so please report if it works for you.

#5 Updated by stut about 7 years ago

Was having the same problem here on 1.4.18 - can confirm that the attached patch for 1.4 works.

#6 Updated by Anonymous about 7 years ago

mkdir_recursive will cause segfault while creating something like "/dir1/" (with trailing slash).

while ((p = strchr(p + 1, '/')) != NULL) {

must be

while ((*p) && (p = strchr(p + 1, '/')) != NULL)) { 

#7 Updated by stbuehler about 7 years ago

+ Duplicate of #230

#8 Updated by Anonymous about 7 years ago

please fix! this is a huge annoyance.

#9 Updated by stbuehler about 7 years ago

Fixed in r2081 for 1.4.x

#10 Updated by spillgroup about 7 years ago

I've attached a slightly modified version for 1.4.18 which is a bit smarter with mkdir's. The previous behaviour was to try and mkdir every part of a file's patch on every access (even when already in the cache). This patch moves the mkdir's to after the place where it checks for existence.

#11 Updated by stbuehler about 7 years ago

  • Status changed from New to Fixed
  • Resolution set to fixed

Fixed in r2135 for lighty-1.5.x with optimization - i hope it works ;-)

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