why would perlbal's reproxying give me a 503 for any remote url?
X-REPROXY-URL: /path/to/a/local/file.jpg = working X-REPROXY-URL: http://a-public-file-in-an-s3-bucket.jpg = HTTP 503
my perlbal conf looks like:
CREATE POOL test_pool POOL test_pool ADD 127.0.0.1:8888 POOL test_pool ADD 127.0.0.1:8889 CREATE SERVICE balancer SET listen = 0.0.0.0:80 SET role = reverse_proxy SET pool = test_pool SET persist_client = on SET persist_backend = on SET verify_backend = on SET enable_reproxy = true ENABLE balancer
i know im setting the header properly, because, as i said, it works for local files and urls of the same domain.