A collection of C++ HTTP libraries including an easy to use HTTP server.


Proxygen: Facebook's C++ HTTP Libraries

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This project comprises the core C++ HTTP abstractions used at Facebook. Internally, it is used as the basis for building many HTTP servers, proxies, and clients. This release focuses on the common HTTP abstractions and our simple HTTPServer framework. Future releases will provide simple client APIs as well. The framework supports HTTP/1.1, SPDY/3, SPDY/3.1, HTTP/2, and HTTP/3. The goal is to provide a simple, performant, and modern C++ HTTP library.

We have a Google group for general discussions at https://groups.google.com/d/forum/facebook-proxygen.

The original blog post also has more background on the project.


Note that currently this project has been tested on Ubuntu 18.04 and Mac OSX although it likely works on many other platforms.

You will need at least 3 GiB of memory to compile proxygen and its dependencies.

Easy Install

Just run ./build.sh from the proxygen/ directory to get and build all the dependencies and proxygen. You can run the tests manually with cd _build/ && make test. Then run ./install.sh to install it. You can remove the temporary build directory (_build) and ./build.sh && ./install.sh to rebase the dependencies, and then rebuild and reinstall proxygen.

Other Platforms

If you are running on another platform, you may need to install several packages first. Proxygen and folly are all Autotools based projects.


Directory structure and contents:

Directory Purpose
proxygen/external/ Contains non-installed 3rd-party code proxygen depends on.
proxygen/lib/ Core networking abstractions.
proxygen/lib/http/ HTTP specific code. (including HTTP/2 and HTTP/3)
proxygen/lib/services/ Connection management and server code.
proxygen/lib/utils/ Miscellaneous helper code.
proxygen/httpserver/ Contains code wrapping proxygen/lib/ for building simple C++ http servers. We recommend building on top of these APIs.


The central abstractions to understand in proxygen/lib are the session, codec, transaction, and handler. These are the lowest level abstractions, and we don't generally recommend building off of these directly.

When bytes are read off the wire, the HTTPCodec stored inside HTTPSession parses these into higher-level objects and associates with it a transaction identifier. The codec then calls into HTTPSession which is responsible for maintaining the mapping between transaction identifier and HTTPTransaction objects. Each HTTP request/response pair has a separate HTTPTransaction object. Finally, HTTPTransaction forwards the call to a handler object which implements HTTPTransaction:: Handler. The handler is responsible for implementing business logic for the request or response.

The handler then calls back into the transaction to generate egress (whether the egress is a request or response). The call flows from the transaction back to the session, which uses the codec to convert the higher-level semantics of the particular call into the appropriate bytes to send on the wire.

The same handler and transaction interfaces are used to both create requests and handle responses. The API is generic enough to allow both. HTTPSession is specialized slightly differently depending on whether you are using the connection to issue or respond to HTTP requests.

Core Proxygen Architecture

Moving into higher levels of abstraction, proxygen/HTTP server has a simpler set of APIs and is the recommended way to interface with proxygen when acting as a server if you don't need the full control of the lower level abstractions.

The basic components here are HTTPServer, RequestHandlerFactory, and RequestHandler. An HTTPServer takes some configuration and is given a RequestHandlerFactory. Once the server is started, the installed RequestHandlerFactory spawns a RequestHandler for each HTTP request. RequestHandler is a simple interface users of the library implement. Subclasses of RequestHandler should use the inherited protected member ResponseHandler* downstream_ to send the response.

Using it

Proxygen is a library. After installing it, you can build your C++ server. Try cd ing to the directory containing the echo server at proxygen/httpserver/samples/echo/.

After building proxygen you can start the echo server with _build/proxygen/httpserver/proxygen_echo and verify it works using curl in a different terminal:

$ curl -v http://localhost:11000/
*   Trying
* Connected to localhost ( port 11000 (#0)
> GET / HTTP/1.1
> User-Agent: curl/7.35.0
> Host: localhost:11000
> Accept: */*
< HTTP/1.1 200 OK
< Request-Number: 1
< Date: Thu, 30 Oct 2014 17:07:36 GMT
< Connection: keep-alive
< Content-Length: 0
* Connection #0 to host localhost left intact

You can find other samples:

  • a simple server that supports HTTP/2 server push (_build/proxygen/httpserver/proxygen_push),
  • a simple server for static files (_build/proxygen/httpserver/proxygen_static)
  • a simple fwdproxy (_build/proxygen/httpserver/proxygen_proxy)
  • a curl-like client (_build/proxygen/httpclient/samples/curl/proxygen_curl)


Proxygen supports HTTP/3!

It depends on Facebook's mvfst library for the IETF QUIC transport implementation, so we have made that dependency optional. You can build the HTTP/3 code, tests and sample binaries with ./build.sh --with-quic.

This will also build a handy command-line utility that can be used as an HTTP/3 server and client.

Sample usage:

_build/proxygen/httpserver/hq --mode=server
_build/proxygen/httpserver/hq --mode=client --path=/

The utility supports the qlog logging format; just start the server with the --qlogger_path option and many knobs to tune both the quic transport and the http layer.


We use Doxygen for Proxygen's internal documentation. You can generate a copy of these docs by running Doxygen Doxyfile from the project root. You'll want to look at html/namespaceproxygen.html to start. This will also generate folly documentation.




Contributions to Proxygen are more than welcome. Read the guidelines in CONTRIBUTING.md. Make sure you've signed the CLA before sending in a pull request.


Facebook has a bounty program for the safe disclosure of security bugs. If you find a vulnerability, please go through the process outlined on that page and do not file a public issue.

  • Connection Pooling doesn't work

    Connection Pooling doesn't work

    I'm trying to implement a connection pool for the http client. I'm attempting to store for every remote address (host:port) a queue of HTTPUpstreamSessions that I can reuse. I'm having issues reusing those sessions. Looking through all handlers and callbacks of HTTPTransaction and HTTPUpstreamSession, I can't find a callback in which I can put the HTTPUpstreamSession back into the pool and have it reused, for a new transaction. Furthermore, if one of the transactions in the session receives a timeout, the session is destroyed.

    The performance for creating a new Session and transaction for every outbound request is pretty bad, which defeats the purposed of switching to Proxygen. Can anyone please point me to the right direction? Or there needs to be some code change for that?

    PS: Using regular HTTP 1.1, no ssl, simple request/response.


    opened by michaelpog 19
  • Add HTTP routing

    Add HTTP routing

    I have written a HTTP router by extending RequestHandlerFactory to multiplex paths to RequestHandler implementations. The routing uses a compacted prefix tree.

    Is this something you are interested in having in your repo or should I create a separate repo for it? If you are interested then I will merge it with tests into a public fork and then submit a PR.

    enhancement help wanted 
    opened by jamperry 18
  • How to create Persistent HTTPSession to serve multiple transactions

    How to create Persistent HTTPSession to serve multiple transactions


    We would like to implement a Http-Client which can cache the session and reuse the same HTTPSession for sub-sequent http-requests so, we can avoid new connection-creation for every new request. I have followed the example provided at CurlClientMain.cpp.

    Issue: I am not able to use created session (proxygen::HTTPUpstreamSession) more than once. HTTPConnector creates a session for very first time and creates a txn on it to serve a http-request. Once, given http-request executes fully, I am trying to reuse the same session by checking if that session is reusable using below condition. proxygen::HTTPUpstreamSession::isReusable() But once, a first txn completes it shutdowns the session and it's not reusable anymore and function call on session.isReusable() gives segmentation fault as session is already shutdown.


    • I have tried to debug the issue and realized as soon as txn completes it shutdowns the session and I can get below stacktrace.
    • So, is there any way, I can create a persistent-session and cache the session and reuse it to create new transaction again to serve new http-request?

    Tag: v2018.04.02.00

    Thread 1 "serverTest" hit Breakpoint 1, proxygen::HTTPSession::checkForShutdown ([email protected]=0x7e1ad0) at session/HTTPSession.cpp:2092
    2092	in session/HTTPSession.cpp
    (gdb) bt
    #0  proxygen::HTTPSession::checkForShutdown ([email protected]=0x7e1ad0) at session/HTTPSession.cpp:2092
    #1  0x00007ffff785863b in proxygen::HTTPSession::shutdownTransport ([email protected]=0x7e1ad0, shutdownReads=<optimized out>, [email protected]=false, 
        shutdownWrites=<optimized out>, [email protected]=true, errorMsg="") at session/HTTPSession.cpp:2027
    #2  0x00007ffff7861027 in proxygen::HTTPSession::detach (this=0x7e1ad0, txn=<optimized out>) at session/HTTPSession.cpp:1607
    #3  0x00007ffff7830f02 in proxygen::HTTPTransaction::onDelayedDestroy (this=0x7e0928, delayed=<optimized out>) at session/HTTPTransaction.cpp:110
    #4  0x00007ffff78365a5 in proxygen::HTTPTransaction::processIngressEOM (this=0x7e0928) at session/HTTPTransaction.cpp:442
    #5  0x00007ffff7837ae5 in proxygen::HTTPTransaction::onIngressEOM ([email protected]=0x7e0928) at session/HTTPTransaction.cpp:437
    #6  0x00007ffff785d83d in proxygen::HTTPSession::onMessageComplete (this=0x7e1ad0, streamID=<optimized out>, upgrade=<optimized out>)
        at session/HTTPSession.cpp:853
    #7  0x00007ffff7883690 in proxygen::HTTP1xCodec::onMessageComplete ([email protected]=0x7e0820) at codec/HTTP1xCodec.cpp:1079
    #8  0x00007ffff78838ea in proxygen::HTTP1xCodec::onMessageCompleteCB (parser=<optimized out>) at codec/HTTP1xCodec.cpp:1232
    #9  0x00007ffff7845629 in proxygen::http_parser_execute ([email protected]=0x7e0838, settings=<optimized out>, 
        [email protected]=0x7e3110 "HTTP/1.1 200 OK \r\nHost:\r\nContent-Length: 63\r\nAccept: */*\r\nUser-Agent: my-agent-http\r\nConnection: keep-alive\r\n\r\n{ \"key\" : \"x\", \"sKey\" : \"y\", \"token\" : \"z\" }\r\n", [email protected]=189)
        at ../../external/http_parser/http_parser_cpp.cpp:1982
    #10 0x00007ffff78856f8 in proxygen::HTTP1xCodec::onIngress (this=0x7e0820, buf=...) at codec/HTTP1xCodec.cpp:201
    #11 0x00007ffff78568f9 in proxygen::HTTPSession::processReadData ([email protected]=0x7e1ad0) at session/HTTPSession.cpp:487
    #12 0x00007ffff7856d13 in proxygen::HTTPSession::readDataAvailable (this=0x7e1ad0, readSize=189) at session/HTTPSession.cpp:440
    #13 0x00007ffff6e35f22 in folly::AsyncSocket::handleRead (this=0x7e0500) at io/async/AsyncSocket.cpp:1900
    #14 0x00007ffff6e30ff9 in folly::AsyncSocket::ioReady (this=0x7e0500, events=2) at io/async/AsyncSocket.cpp:1710
    #15 0x00007ffff586aa14 in event_base_loop () from /lib64/libevent-2.0.so.5
    #16 0x00007ffff6e57d1a in folly::EventBase::loopBody (this=0x7fffffffdce0, flags=<optimized out>) at io/async/EventBase.cpp:313
    opened by rdhabalia 17
  • Ubuntu16.04 complile

    Ubuntu16.04 complile "proxygen"(master version) get DSO error

    compile environment information: ubuntu16.04 64bit gcc-5.4 when i run proxygen deps.sh to compile proxygen. i got an error: libtool: link: ranlib .libs/libqcram.a libtool: link: rm -fr .libs/libqcram.lax libtool: link: ( cd ".libs" && rm -f "libqcram.la" && ln -s "../libqcram.la" "libqcram.la" ) /bin/bash ../../libtool --tag=CXX --mode=link g++ -std=gnu++14 -pthread -DLIBMC_FBTRACE_DISABLE -Wno-missing-field-initializers -Wno-deprecated -O3 -g -W -Wall -Wextra -Wno-unused-parameter -fno-strict-aliasing -g -O2 -o CompressionSimulator codec/compress/test/HTTPArchive.o codec/compress/experimental/simulator/Main.o codec/compress/experimental/simulator/CompressionSimulator.o libqpack.la libqcram.la libproxygenhttp.la ../services/libproxygenservices.la -liberty -lwangle -lfolly -lz -lssl -lcrypto -levent -lgflags -lglog -L/usr/lib64 -lpthread -pthread -lfolly -lglog -ldouble-conversion -lboost_system -lboost_thread libtool: link: g++ -std=gnu++14 -pthread -DLIBMC_FBTRACE_DISABLE -Wno-missing-field-initializers -Wno-deprecated -O3 -g -W -Wall -Wextra -Wno-unused-parameter -fno-strict-aliasing -g -O2 -o CompressionSimulator codec/compress/test/HTTPArchive.o codec/compress/experimental/simulator/Main.o codec/compress/experimental/simulator/CompressionSimulator.o -pthread ./.libs/libqpack.a -L/usr/lib64 ./.libs/libqcram.a ./.libs/libproxygenhttp.a ../services/.libs/libproxygenservices.a -liberty -lwangle -lz -lssl -lcrypto -levent -lgflags -lpthread -lfolly -lglog -ldouble-conversion -lboost_system -lboost_thread -pthread /usr/bin/ld: //usr/local/lib/libfolly.a(CacheLocality.cpp.o): undefined reference to symbol '[email protected]@GLIBC_2.2.5' //lib/x86_64-linux-gnu/libdl.so.2: error adding symbols: DSO missing from command line collect2: error: ld returned 1 exit status Makefile:916: recipe for target 'CompressionSimulator' failed make[5]: *** [CompressionSimulator] Error 1 make[5]: Leaving directory '/home/cxh/CLionProjects/proxygen/proxygen/lib/http' Makefile:1144: recipe for target 'all-recursive' failed make[4]: *** [all-recursive] Error 1 make[4]: Leaving directory '/home/cxh/CLionProjects/proxygen/proxygen/lib/http' Makefile:661: recipe for target 'all' failed make[3]: *** [all] Error 2 make[3]: Leaving directory '/home/cxh/CLionProjects/proxygen/proxygen/lib/http' Makefile:512: recipe for target 'all-recursive' failed make[2]: *** [all-recursive] Error 1 make[2]: Leaving directory '/home/cxh/CLionProjects/proxygen/proxygen/lib' Makefile:418: recipe for target 'all-recursive' failed make[1]: *** [all-recursive] Error 1 make[1]: Leaving directory '/home/cxh/CLionProjects/proxygen/proxygen' Makefile:350: recipe for target 'all' failed make: *** [all] Error 2

    i decide to add -ldl LDFLAGS in somewhere CMakeLists.txt to deal with the issues. But i couldn't known how to add it . So everyone can help me,give some ideas,thanks very much.

    opened by loveleon 16
  • void HTTPSession::scheduleWrite() does not run in EventBaseThread

    void HTTPSession::scheduleWrite() does not run in EventBaseThread


    I'm getting an error w/ the HTTPSession.

    Problem Setup:

    1. Start a simple http server w/ say an artificially high number of threads 30 or whatever.
    2. Don't respond to http callbacks for a while.. i.e:
    //wait for a while
    proxygen::ResponseBuilder(downstream_).status(200, "OK).sendEOM();

    Expected output:

    None, I just didn't expect the EventBase to crash.

    Source of the problem

    HTTPSession::scheduleWrite() {
      // Do all the network writes for this connection in one batch at
      // the end of the current event loop iteration.  Writing in a
      // batch helps us packetize the network traffic more efficiently,
      // as well as saving a few system calls.
      if (!isLoopCallbackScheduled() &&
          (writeBuf_.front() || !txnEgressQueue_.empty())) {
        VLOG(5) << *this << " scheduling write callback";


    does this:

    void EventBase::runInLoop(LoopCallback* callback, bool thisIteration) {
      callback->context_ = RequestContext::saveContext();
      if (runOnceCallbacks_ != nullptr && thisIteration) {
      } else {

    So the issue would be simply fix by

    auto eb = sock_->getEventBase();
    eb->runInEventBase([this, ](){ 

    Any thoughts? Happy to make the PR.

    opened by emaxerrno 16
  • For Travis just build Docker image.

    For Travis just build Docker image.

    Instead of removing Travis whatsoever, we could use the Travis to just build the Docker container, since it proves that the code is compiling fine.

    However there's one problem: the build takes too long on free Travis, so I have a hard time validating this pull request. It timed out.


    Does Facebook have a commercial Travis account? Would you be willing to accept the pull request and start building proxygen again?

    CLA Signed GH Review: review-needed 
    opened by wkoszek 15
  • Unable to install Proxygen

    Unable to install Proxygen

    I ran the commands as mentioned (run ./deps.sh and then ./reinstall.sh) but the installation fails. Here are the last few lines of the make output: https://gist.github.com/vaibhav-kaushal/586b51257494d56e673a

    Basically it never gets out of that tests folder. Here is a screenshot:

    screenshot 2014-12-26 17 54 07

    I have waited for more than an hour, nothing happened. I tried reinstalling the things again and again but fails every time. I have an Ubuntu updated 14.04 (desktop). What might be the problem here?

    opened by vaibhav-kaushal 15
  • Segfault making SSL request

    Segfault making SSL request

    Most of my SSL request work okay but I am getting this segfault which seem to be coming from libcrypto searches for similar error say it might be openssl thing and should change the lib to some other ?


    #0 0x00007ffff709d384 in RSA_free () from /lib/x86_64-linux-gnu/libcrypto.so.1.0.0 No symbol table info available. #1 0x00007ffff7429356 in ?? () from /lib/x86_64-linux-gnu/libssl.so.1.0.0 No symbol table info available. #2 0x00007ffff7427e92 in SSL_free () from /lib/x86_64-linux-gnu/libssl.so.1.0.0 No symbol table info available. #3 0x00007ffff79efa3f in folly::AsyncSSLSocket::closeNow (this=0x7fffe00f1540) at io/async/AsyncSSLSocket.cpp:307 dg = {dd_ = 0x7fffe00f19d8} #4 0x0000555555931563 in proxygen::HTTPSession::shutdownTransport ([email protected]=0x7fffe0008910, [email protected]=false, shutdownWrites=, [email protected]=true, errorMsg="") at session/HTTPSession.cpp:1956 guard = {dd_ = 0x7fffe00089a0} notifyEgressShutdown = false notifyIngressShutdown = false error = #5 0x000055555593bbaa in proxygen::HTTPSession::detach (this=0x7fffe0008910, txn=) at session/HTTPSession.cpp:1554 guard = {dd_ = 0x7fffe00089a0} it = {first = 1, second = warning: RTTI symbol not found for class 'folly::HHWheelTimer::Callback'

    {folly::HHWheelTimer::Callback = {<boost::intrusive::list_base_hook<boost::intrusive::link_mode<(boost::intrusive::link_mode_type)2>, void, void>> = {<boost::intrusive::generic_hook<boost::intrusive::ci rcular_list_algorithms<boost::intrusive::list_node_traits<void*> >, boost::intrusive::dft_tag, (boost::intrusive::link_mode_type)2, (boost::intrusive::base_hook_type)1>> = {<boost::intrusive::node_holder< boost::intrusive::list_node<void*>, boost::intrusive::dft_tag, 1u>> = {<boost::intrusive::list_node<void*>> = {next_ = , prev_ = }, }, <boost::intrusive::hook_tags_definer<boost::intrusive::generic_hook<boost::intrusive::circular_list_algorithms<boost::intrusive::list_node_traits<void*>

    , boost::intrusive::dft_tag, (boost::intrusive::link_mode_type)2, (boost::intrusive::base_hook_type)1>, 1u>> = {}, }, }, vptr.Callback = <vtable for folly::HHWheelTimer::Callback+16>, wheel = , expiration_ = {r = 0}, bucket = -1, context = std::shared_ptr (empty) 0x0}, folly::DelayedDestructionBase = {boost::noncopyable_::noncopyable = {}, vptr.DelayedDestructionBase = <vtable for proxygen::HTTPTransaction+232>, guardCount = 0}, rateLimitCallback_ = warning: RTTI symbol not found for class 'folly::HHWheelTimer::Callback'

    {folly::HHWheelTimer::Callback = {<boost::intrusive::list_base_hook<boost::intrusive::link_mode<(boost::intrusive::link_mode_type)2>, void, void>> = {<boost::intrusive::generic_hook<boost::intrusive::ci rcular_list_algorithms<boost::intrusive::list_node_traits<void*> >, boost::intrusive::dft_tag, (boost::intrusive::link_mode_type)2, (boost::intrusive::base_hook_type)1>> = {<boost::intrusive::node_holder< boost::intrusive::list_node<void*>, boost::intrusive::dft_tag, 1u>> = {<boost::intrusive::list_node<void*>> = {next_ = , prev_ = }, }, <boost::intrusive::hook_tags_definer<boost::intrusive::generic_hook<boost::intrusive::circular_list_algorithms<boost::intrusive::list_node_traits<void *> >, boost::intrusive::dft_tag, (boost::intrusive::link_mode_type)2, (boost::intrusive::base_hook_type)1>, 1u>> = {}, }, }, vptr.Callback = <vtable for folly::HHWheelTimer::Callback+16>, wheel = , expiration_ = {r = 0}, bucket = -1, context = std::shared_ptr (empty) 0x0}, txn_ = warning: RTTI symbol not f ound for class 'folly::HHWheelTimer::Callback' }, deferredIngress_ = std::unique_ptr<std::queue<proxygen::HTTPEvent, std::deque<proxygen::HTTPEvent, std::allocatorproxygen::HTTPEvent > >> containing 0x0, maxDeferredIngress_ = 0, deferredEgressBody_ = {static kChainLengthNotCached = 18446744073709551615, options_ = {cacheChainLength = true}, chainLength_ = 0, head_ = std::unique_ptrfolly::IOBuf containing 0x0}, direction_ = proxygen::TransportDirection::UPSTREAM, id_ = 1, seqNo_ = 0, handler_ = , transport_ = , egressState_ = proxygen::HTTPTransactionEgressSMData::State::SendingDone, ingressState_ = proxygen::HTTPTransactionIngressSMData::State::ReceivingDone, timeout_ = {wheelTimerPtr_ = , wheelTimer_ = std::weak_ptr (empty) 0x0, wheelTimerGuard_ = {dd_ = }, defaultTimeoutMS_ = {r = 140737140213136}}, stats = , recvWindow = {outstanding_ = 0, capacity_ = 65536}, sendWindow_ = {outstanding_ = 0, capacity_ = 1048576}, transportCallback_ = , trailers_ = std::unique_ptrproxygen::HTTPHeaders containing 0x0, chunkHeaders_ = {<std::cxx11::List_base<proxygen::HTTPTransaction::Chunk, std::allocatorproxygen::HTTPTransaction::Chunk >> = { M_impl = {<std::allocator<std::List_nodeproxygen::HTTPTransaction::Chunk >> = {<gnu_cxx::new_allocator<std::List_nodeproxygen::HTTPTransaction::Chunk >> = {}, }, M_node = {std::__detail::_List_node_base = {M_next = , M_prev = }, M_storage = {M_storage = "\000\000\000\000\000\000\000"}}}}, }, egressQueue = , queueHandle = , recvToAck = 43425, assocStreamId = 0, pushedTransactions = std::set with 0 elements, priority = {streamDependency = 0, exclusive = false, weight = 15 '\017'}, insertDepth = 0, currentDepth = 1, cumulativeRatio = 0, egressCalls = 0, lastResponseStatus = 200, expectedContentLengthRemaining = {storage = {{hasValue = true, {paddingForHasValue_ = {true},

    opened by abhiguru 13
  • Server & Client duplicate singleton registration of folly::Singleton proxygen::SharedWheelTimer

    Server & Client duplicate singleton registration of folly::Singleton proxygen::SharedWheelTimer

    First, thanks very much for releasing proxygen. It's been a fantastic building block for us. We really appreciate it. I'm running into trouble trying to use proxygen sample client code inside a binary which runs proxygen::HTTPServer.

    To produce a similar error, apply the following patch:

    $ git diff Makefile.am
    diff --git a/proxygen/httpclient/samples/curl/Makefile.am b/proxygen/httpclient/samples/curl/Makefile
    index 6cbeaab..d3024e8 100644
    --- a/proxygen/httpclient/samples/curl/Makefile.am
    +++ b/proxygen/httpclient/samples/curl/Makefile.am
    @@ -11,7 +11,8 @@ libproxygencurl_la_SOURCES = \
     libproxygencurl_la_LIBADD = \
             ../../../lib/libproxygenlib.la \
    -       ../../../lib/http/libproxygenhttp.la
    +       ../../../lib/http/libproxygenhttp.la \
    +       ../../../httpserver/libproxygenhttpserver.la

    After a successful build & link (had to make clean to pickup changes), the following error:

    $ ./curl
    Double registration of singletons of the same underlying type; check for multiple definitions of type folly::Singleton<proxygen::SharedWheelTimer>
    Aborted (core dumped)

    The above exposes the symptom but isn't very useful. The symptom in my build is the following:

    • If linking to libproxygenhttpserver, there's an undefined reference to proxygen::HTTPUpstreamSession
    • If linking to libproxygenlib, there's an undefined reference to proxygen::HTTPServer
    • If linking to both, the error with double registration of proxygen::SharedWheelTimer
    • Note the proxgen .deb file does not include libproxygenhttp, so I haven't included that in my tests.

    I hope that this is sensible on some level. Thank you for your attention. -dg

    opened by suspend0 13
  • Folding HQ/H3 into HTTPServer

    Folding HQ/H3 into HTTPServer

    As per afrind's suggestion, opening an issue:


    Is there a plan to "fold" HQ into HTTPServer proper ?

    Borrowing from sample EchoServer.cpp code, would love to have something like example below.

    With 0 changes to existing app, incorporate support for QUIC and later on, H3, in part related to HTTP .

    ################### using Protocol = HTTPServer::Protocol;

    DEFINE_int32(http_port, 11000, "Port to listen on with HTTP protocol"); DEFINE_int32(spdy_port, 11001, "Port to listen on with SPDY protocol"); DEFINE_int32(h2_port, 11002, "Port to listen on with HTTP/2 protocol"); DEFINE_int32(h3_port, 11003, "Port to listen on with HTTP/3 protocol");**

    ... HTTPServer server(std::move(options)); server.bind(IPs);

    // Start HTTPServer mainloop in a separate thread std::thread t([&] () { server.start(); });

    opened by psetevik 12
  • Body sent on HEAD request

    Body sent on HEAD request

    As noted at https://reviews.facebook.net/D38373 , Proxygen does not suppress the sending of the response body when the request is a HEAD request. In fact, even if the application sends no response data, if the HTTPMessage::chunked_ flag is set, HTTP1xCodec::generateEOM() will send an empty chunk "0\r\n", which is a protocol violation.

    It's arguable whether a Transfer-Encoding header should be sent on HEAD, but either way, the policy should be Proxygen's responsibility, rather than the application's, which means that the application should be allowed to call HTTPMessage::setIsChunked() on the response to a HEAD request without causing a protocol violation.

    I'm not sure how much help Proxygen should give to applications wishing to implement HEAD handling. Certainly, it should not require applications to send a response body to Proxygen to be discarded, since that is inefficient, but maybe Proxygen could automatically discard a response body if one is given.

    opened by tstarling 12
  • add `URL::join(string_view relative)` ?

    add `URL::join(string_view relative)` ?

    It would be very convenient to have URL::join function to construct a new URL from an existing URL and a relative path (for example one from Location server header on 302-redirect).

    Despite simplicity, implementation has some corner cases, including security sensitive ones, so it is better to have it implemented in a library than to left is an an exercise to a library user.

    opened by kvtb 0
  • Running demo HTTP/3 server via browser

    Running demo HTTP/3 server via browser

    Hi all. I'm trying to run the demo HTTP/3 server locally via Firefox, but it fails.

    I'm using the release v2022.07.04.00. The build and test were successful. I ran the demo hq server using the following command:

    _build/proxygen/httpserver/hq \
            --mode=server \
            --h2port=8080 \
            --port=8443 \
            --protocol=h3 \
            --cert=keys/cert.pem \
            --key=keys/key.key \

    I created a simple index.html file in the static-root dir, and tried to open it in Firefox with the link https://localhost:8443/index.html for HTTP/3. But the result was "Unable to connect". Meanwhile, the link https://localhost:8080/index.html for HTTP/2 was successful.

    I noticed a suggestion in https://github.com/facebook/proxygen/issues/353 saying that I might need to set the same port for both HTTP versions. I also tried that but still Firefox could only connect to the server via HTTP/2.

    I actually used quic-go to run HTTP/3 locally before, and it worked. So I don't think there was any problem with the browser.

    opened by chanh1964 2
  • HTTP3 and QUIC server/client

    HTTP3 and QUIC server/client


    I tried running _build/proxygen/httpserver/hq --mode=server _build/proxygen/httpserver/hq --mode=client --path=www.google.com

    and I got I0626 17:42:58.275476 236823 HQClient.cpp:61] HQClient connecting to [::1]:6666 I0626 17:42:58.278154 236823 CurlClient.cpp:187] Sending request for www.google.com I0626 17:42:58.278918 236823 CurlClient.cpp:273] Got EOM for www.google.com. Txn Time= 0 ms

    My question is that is this client really sending requests to the server to load the page address that we put after --path? Or there is no http3 client implementation in Proxygen yet? How can we check the responses from the server?


    opened by NooshinEghbal 0
  • how to transfers files from client to servers

    how to transfers files from client to servers

    my code is like this:

    class SendFileClient : public proxygen::HTTPConnector::Callback,
                           public proxygen::HTTPTransactionHandler{
    void connectSuccess(proxygen::HTTPUpstreamSession* session) override{
    proxygen::HTTPTransaction* txn = session->newTransaction(this);
    proxygen::HTTPMessage request;
      if (!request_.getHeaders().getNumberOfValues(proxygen::HTTP_HEADER_USER_AGENT)) {
        request_.getHeaders().add(proxygen::HTTP_HEADER_USER_AGENT, "proxygen_curl");
      if (!request_.getHeaders().getNumberOfValues(proxygen::HTTP_HEADER_HOST)) {
        request_.getHeaders().add(proxygen::HTTP_HEADER_HOST, url_.getHostAndPort());
      if (!request_.getHeaders().getNumberOfValues(proxygen::HTTP_HEADER_ACCEPT)) {
        request_.getHeaders().add("Accept", "*/*");
      const uint16_t kReadSize = 4096;
      int32_t fd = ::open("/tmp/sendFile", O_RDWR);
      while (true) {
        std::unique_ptr<folly::IOBuf> buf = folly::IOBuf::createCombined(kReadSize);
        int32_t len = ::read(fd, reinterpret_cast<char*>(buf->writableData()), kReadSize);
        if (len) {
        } else {
    class RecvFilesHandler : public proxygen::RequestHandler{
    void onRequest(std::unique_ptr<proxygen::HTTPMessage> headers) noexcept override{
    fd_ = ::open("/tmp/recvFile", O_RDWR | O_CREAT | O_TRUNC, S_IRUSR | S_IWUSR);
    void onBody(std::unique_ptr<folly::IOBuf> body) noexcept override{
      ssize_t bytesWritten = ::write(fd_, body->data(), body->length());
    void onEOM() noexcept override{
    int fd_;

    In my test, the RecvFilesHandler could receive headers, but can't receive the body. Did I miss something?

    opened by liwenhui-soul 0
  • chore: Included githubactions in the dependabot config

    chore: Included githubactions in the dependabot config

    This should help with keeping the GitHub actions updated on new releases. This will also help with keeping it secure.

    Dependabot helps in keeping the supply chain secure https://docs.github.com/en/code-security/dependabot

    GitHub actions up to date https://docs.github.com/en/code-security/dependabot/working-with-dependabot/keeping-your-actions-up-to-date-with-dependabot

    https://github.com/ossf/scorecard/blob/main/docs/checks.md#dependency-update-tool Signed-off-by: naveen [email protected]

    CLA Signed 
    opened by naveensrinivasan 0
  • chore: Set permissions for GitHub actions

    chore: Set permissions for GitHub actions

    Restrict the GitHub token permissions only to the required ones; this way, even if the attackers will succeed in compromising your workflow, they won’t be able to do much.

    • Included permissions for the action. https://github.com/ossf/scorecard/blob/main/docs/checks.md#token-permissions



    Keeping your GitHub Actions and workflows secure Part 1: Preventing pwn requests

    Signed-off-by: neilnaveen [email protected]

    CLA Signed 
    opened by neilnaveen 0
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  • v2022.04.04.00(Apr 4, 2022)

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  • v2022.03.28.00(Mar 28, 2022)

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  • v2022.03.21.00(Mar 21, 2022)

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  • v2022.03.14.00(Mar 14, 2022)

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  • v2022.03.07.00(Mar 7, 2022)

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  • v2022.02.28.00(Feb 28, 2022)

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  • v2022.02.21.00(Feb 21, 2022)

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  • v2022.01.31.00(Jan 31, 2022)

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  • v2022.01.24.00(Jan 24, 2022)

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  • v2022.01.17.00(Jan 17, 2022)

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