GET response without ETag
SvenF last edited by
It’s OwnCloud and not DavDroid but I hope it’s OK in this thread…
I had in my OwnCloud config.php
- www.sslkundenserver.de in trusted_domains array
- ‘overwrite.cli.url’ => ‘https://www.sslkundenserver.de/myownclouddomain/myownclouddir’
- ‘overwritehost’ => ‘www.sslkundenserver.de’,
- ‘overwriteprotocol’ => ‘https’,
- ‘overwritewebroot’ => ‘/myownclouddomain/myownclouddir’,
- ‘overwritecondaddr’ => ‘^xx\.xxx\.xxx\.xxx$’, //IP from your Domain
This is a part of the config I have used. I’m very interested about your experience. In my case, there are no errors without SSL Proxy, but not possible with the SSL which I want to use for connect.
mpausch last edited by
hm, for some reason I’m too dumb to get OC running via sslkundenserver.de…
even with your lines from config.php it kept redirecting to http
But I made another test. And from the results it seems for me like the proxy on sslkundenserver.de removes the ETag header. So the host that hosts your OC generates the ETag header and delivers it to the ssl-proxy… but then the proxy removes it…
My test was to retrieve a jpg from my webspace with curl and let the headers write into a simple textfile.
If you’re on Linux you can reproduce it with curl command. If not you also can reproduce it via ssh access to your webspace:
retrieve image via https and sslkundenserver.de:
curl -D headers_https.txt https://www.sslkundenserver.de/www.mydomain.tld/test/image.jpg > image_https.jpg
This will save the jpg on the one hand in file image_https.jpg and on the other hand in file image_http.jpg
In the headers*.txt files you will see the headers that were transferred between client (curl) and server.
[user@host davdroid-tests]$ ls -la headers_http*
-rw-r–r-- 1 user user 208 13. Sep 21:12 headers_https.txt
-rw-r–r-- 1 user user 271 13. Sep 21:11 headers_http.txt
[user@host davdroid-test]$ grep -i etag headers_http*
—> so the header only was retrieved via http…
SvenF last edited by
So - final message.
It is fixed also with SSL Proxy.
They removed “Header unset ETag” from SSL Proxy. Now I use “FileETag -INode +MTime +Size” in htaccess and everything works fine - also with access over SSL-Server.
c13po last edited by
Oh my god!
I just registered here to say: Thank you so much! I was struggeling with this problem for too long. I contacted bitfire in the past but they kept telling me that this would be an owncloud problem. They told me to wait until Owncloud 9 and all the problems would be gone because they completely reimplemented the calendar/contact stack for OC 9,
However, after upgrading to OC 9 the problems remained. Just now I realized that it is an apache issue. Why the frack did they turn off ETags by default in 2.4?
In this thread they say that they didn’t change anything about etags in davdroid, but this is wrong. The support told me that they actually changed the behaviour after version 0.8.something. So I kept using this version before I read the solution on this thread.
Again, thank you!