This handler proxies a user’s traffic to his/her backend PUN listening on a protected Unix domain socket. If the user’s PUN is down, then this handler will attempt to start up their PUN process.
This handler requires the nginx_handler to initialize an app’s NGINX configuration file if the app does not exist in the backend PUN.
Configuration is handled by setting CGI environment variables within the Apache configuration file with the following format:
SetEnv ARG_FOR_LUA "value of argument"
Absolute path to the script that maps the authenticated user name to the local user name. See ood_auth_map.
Points to the CGI environment variable that stores the authenticated user name if different than
URL the user redirected to if we fail to map the authenticated user name to a local user name. If not specified then return an error message to the user.
Absolute path to the directory that contains the user directories with the corresponding Unix domain socket files. Under a default installation this should be
Maximum number of attempts to start up a user’s PUN before giving up and displaying an error to the user. Recommended value is