キャッシュおよび HTTP/2 用の Apache を設定する方法
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This knowledge base article describes a workaround for Data Center customers who want to use the CDN feature, but can't use a third-party CDN vendor, such as CloudFront, CloudFlare, Akamai, etc.
Learn more about CDN support in Jira applications and Configure your CDN for Confluence Data Center.
If using a third-party CDN is not an option for your organisation, you can deploy your own caching proxies close to where your teams are located, for example in each of your satellite offices. Your proxies should all share the same DNS address. This is the URL you'll provide in the CDN setup screen in your Data Center application.
Here are the basic requirements:
You will need to enable HTTP/1.1 on backend, and disable the experimental HTTP/2 client component as follows:
a2enmod proxy_http headers; a2dismod proxy_http2
Enable SSL, disk cache, and HTTP/2 protocol on the user-facing side as follows:
a2enmod ssl cache_disk http2
Ensure that Prefork mpm is disabled, and either Event mpm or Worker mpm is enabled (Event mpm is recommended by Apache: See https://httpd.apache.org/docs/trunk/howto/http2.html#mpm-config)
a2dismod mpm_prefork; a2enmod mpm_event
Create the disk location for your cache:
mkdir /var/cache/apache-web-cache chown www-data.www-data /var/cache/apache-web-cache chmod 755 /var/cache/apache-web-cache
Configure your Apache site. Here's an example configuration. The important points are HTTP/2 protocol, SSL, and cache.
Protocols h2 <VirtualHost webcache:443> ServerAdmin admin@localhost LogLevel info ServerName cdn SSLEngine On SSLProxyEngine On SSLCertificateFile "/etc/ssl/webcache.crt" SSLCertificateKeyFile "/etc/ssl/webcache.key" SSLProxyCACertificateFile "/etc/ssl/myrootCA.pem" RequestHeader unset Cookie Header unset Set-Cookie ProxyPass / https://172.19.0.20/ ProxyPassReverse / https://172.19.0.20/ CacheRoot "/var/cache/apache-web-cache/" CacheEnable disk / CacheDirLevels 2 CacheDirLength 1 </VirtualHost>
If you need more assistance, consult the Apache documentation about caching: https://httpd.apache.org/docs/2.4/caching.html and about setting up high availability configurations for reverse proxies: https://httpd.apache.org/docs/2.4/howto/reverse_proxy.html