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Why is there a tilde ~ character behind the frontend name in the log file?

Posted by Pieter Vogelaar 
I have a http frontend “default-http” and “default-https”. In the access log is the ~ (tilde) character appended to the default-https frontend name, like “default-https~”.

Why is that?


Best regards,
Pieter Vogelaar
Hi Pieter,


On 7 February 2018 at 11:15, Pieter Vogelaar <[email protected]> wrote:
> I have a http frontend “default-http” and “default-https”. In the access log
> is the ~ (tilde) character appended to the default-https frontend name, like
> “default-https~”.
>
>
> Why is that?

As per:
http://cbonte.github.io/haproxy-dconv/1.7/configuration.html#8.2.4

> | | %ft | frontend_name_transport ('~' suffix for SSL) | string |


The tilde means the the incoming connection was SSL encrypted.



cheers,
lukas
On Wed, Feb 07, 2018 at 10:15:56AM +0000, Pieter Vogelaar wrote:
> I have a http frontend “default-http” and “default-https”. In the
> access log is the ~ (tilde) character appended to the default-https
> frontend name, like “default-https~”.

Looks like it means SSL:

| | %ft | frontend_name_transport ('~' suffix for SSL) | string |

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Valentin
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