#foswiki 2016-07-28,Thu

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poliHello all1 I am seeing something weird with a reverse-proxy+ssl termination and Foswiki: from time to time, but not always, when trying to save a topic, it will give me a "Foswiki has received a suspicious change request from your browser. " When I confirm, it then tries to send my browser to the http:// address but on the 443 port. It was so annoying, so I added http://ventures.poli.io:443 to [20:26]
FoswikiBothttps://foswiki.org/ from [20:26]
poliPermittedRedirectHostUrls. Now my SSL terminator tells me Foswiki is trying to send non-SSL data to the SSL port. I have {DefaultUrlHost} = 'https://ventures.poli.io'; and {ForceDefaultUrlHost} = 1;. What am I missing? [20:26]
I don't know if that is related to this error that I see whenever I try to Save anything with ActionTrackerPlugin enabled: https://gist.github.com/anonymous/e936b213ae074872c23060019af0bd19 [20:39]
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gac410poli: I've seen a similar reverse proxy redirect issue ... If you look at the url's along the way, is there a query param "foswiki_origin=....." which has the incorrect http: url?
The Loginmanager when it redirects to force a login, builds the wrong origin, so the return from login results in an error.
Regarding the ActionTracker issue, I'm not really all that familiar with that pluign. I didn't see anything wrong in the line number referenced in the error report, so I'm not sure what's going on.
Actually, if some of the dependencies needed for ActionTracker are missing, that might cause the issue. Make sure Text::Soundex is installed.... Hm, that's not listed in the dependencies.
Text::Soundex has been deprecated and will be removed from Perl 5.19, so you might have to install it from cpan.
If you are on perl 5.20 for ex.
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poligac410: Thank you so much for your replies. I just apted Text::Soundex (which wasn't installed), but error hasn't changed. [22:12]
gac410hm. well that was just a guess. If you are running mod_perl or fastcgi you might have to reload the web server. I'm not sure what else. [22:13]
poligac410: mod_perl, but I reloaded it. :) [22:14]
gac410There actually wasn't an error that I could see in your gist posting, other than the compliation failed. [22:14]
poligac410: also, mod_perl sometimes crashes (and apache does not) right after saving a new /bin/configure. [22:15]
gac410no idea really. I've never used mod_perl [22:15]
poligac410: fastcgi or regular cgi? [22:17]
gac410I've done more with fastcgi - that's what we run on foswiki.org as well. [22:17]
poligac410: maybe I should try fastcgi instead of mod_perl. I picked the easier one at the time... [22:18]
gac410But given that changing localSite.cfg (save with bin/configure) requires a server reload anyway, the crash might not be surprising.
It might be worth testing ActionTracker with plain old CGI ... just to see if it's related.
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