Media Flow Controller CLI Commands : namespace : (namespace) delivery protocol http origin-request

(namespace) delivery protocol http origin-request
namespace <name> delivery protocol http origin-request
cache-revalidation {deny | permit [use-date-header]}
connect timeout <seconds> retry-delay <seconds>
header <name> [<value>] action add ...
host-header inherit incoming-req {deny | permit}
read interval-timeout <seconds> retry-delay <seconds>
x-forwarded-for {disable | enable}
(Optional) Specify a list of policies for data requested from origin with delivery protocol http; enters you to namespace <name> origin-request mode, use exit to leave, use no namespace <name> origin-request to re-set configured values to defaults. Notes:
cache-revalidation—Specify that Media Flow Controller ask origin for cache age revalidation prior to deleting expired data by choosing permit, the default; and, optionally, use?date?header for revalidation if the Last-Modified header doesn’t exist. This allows Media Flow Controller to proactively talk to the origin when the content is close to its expiry (20% of life left) due to a pre-set cache age, and ask for revalidation. Doing this can save network bandwidth toward origin as the entire content needn’t be fetched, and only the headers need revalidation. To have Media Flow Controller delete content that has attained its set cache age, choose deny.
connect—Set options for connections to the target origin server; applicable only with an origin-server server-map cluster-map and/or origin-escalation-map configuration.
retry-delay—The amount of time in milliseconds the request is delayed and retried after a socket connect timeout. Default is 100 ms.
timeout— The socket connect timeout in milliseconds. Default is 100 ms.
header action add—Specify a header <name> and, optionally, <value> to be added to the incoming request; up to four headers may be added this way.
host-header inherit incoming-req—Allow (with permit) or dis-allow (with deny) Media Flow Controller to set the HOST: header in the Media Flow Controller-to-origin HTTP REQUEST to the value found in the HOST: header in the incoming URL to Media Flow Controller. Default is deny.
read—Set read options for connections to the target origin server; applicable only with an origin-server server-map cluster-map and/or origin-escalation-map configuration.
interval-timeout—The socket plus internal processing timeout in milliseconds. Default is 100 ms.
retry-delay— The amount of time in milliseconds the request is delayed and retried after a read timeout. Default is 100 ms.
x-forwarded-for—Allow (with enable) or dis-allow (with disable) Media Flow Controller setting the X-Forwarded-For header to the value of the client IP address when requests are sent from Media Flow Controller to origin upon a cache miss. Default is enable.

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