Monthly Archives: October 2014

Varnish VMOD static code analysis

I recently went looking for something similar to pep8/pylint when writing Varnish VMODs, and ended up with OCLint. I can’t really speak to how good it is, but it catches the basic stuff I was interested in. The documentation is … Continue reading

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Announcing libvmod-tcp: Adjust Varnish congestion control algorithm.

I’ve uploaded my new TCP VMOD for Varnish 4 to github, you can find it here: http://github.com/lkarsten/libvmod-tcp. This VMOD allows you to get the estimated client socket round trip time, and then let you change the TCP connection’s congestion control … Continue reading

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