FAQ

On Sat, Apr 25, 2009 at 06:29:50AM -0700, Bill Moseley wrote:
The SSL decryption is happening on Apache and Apache is proxying the
request to Catalyst.
What? No it isn't. It's using mod_perl; there's no reverse proxying going on
from the config snippet pasted.

Also, this means that Engine::CGI is a red herring.

Dear original poster: is Apache2::ModSSL installed?

Here's the relevant code from Engine::Apache:

if ($INC{'Apache2/ModSSL.pm'}) {
$c->request->secure(1) if $self->apache->connection->is_https;
} else {
my $https = $self->apache->subprocess_env('HTTPS');
$c->request->secure(1) if defined $https and uc $https eq 'ON';
}

The port should have nothing to do with it.

hdp.

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