You can enable HTTPS and HTTP2 support by adding
ssl section into
version: "2.7" http: # host and port separated by semicolon address: 127.0.0.1:8080 ssl: # host and port separated by semicolon (default :443) address: :8892 redirect: false cert: fixtures/server.crt key: fixtures/server.key root_ca: root.crt # optional support for http2 http2: h2c: false max_concurrent_streams: 128
RR starting from the
v2.5.0 can automatically obtain TLS certificates for your domain. The folder with your certs might be moved between servers, RR will check the
certs_dir and obtain a new certificate if the old one is above to expire.
RR will track your certificate's expiration date and refresh it automatically.
version: "2.7" http: # other HTTP sections are omitted # ....... ssl: address: '0.0.0.0:443' # ACME section # # TLS provider acme: # directory to store your certificate and key from the LE # # Default: rr_cache_dir certs_dir: rr_le_certs # Your email # # Mandatory. Error on empty. email: you-email-here@email # Alternate port for the HTTP challenge (make sure, that you redirected traffic to the specified port from 80) # # Default: 80 alt_http_port: 80 # Alternate port for the TLS-ALPN challenge (make sure, that you redirected traffic to the specified port from 443) # # Default: 443 alt_tlsalpn_port: 443 # Challenge type to use # # Default: http-01 challenge_type: http-01 # Use staging or production endpoint # # Would be a good practice to test your setup, before obtaining a real certificate use_production_endpoint: false # List of your domains # # Mandatory. Error on empty domains: - your-cool-domains.here # other HTTP sections are omitted # ........
Connection might be upgraded from the
Headers, which should be sent to upgrade connection:
To enable mTLS use the following configuration:
http: pool: num_workers: 1 max_jobs: 0 allocate_timeout: 60s destroy_timeout: 60s ssl: address: :8895 key: "server-key.pem" cert: "server-cert.pem" root_ca: "rootCA.pem" client_auth_type: require_and_verify_client_cert
Options for the
To enable an automatic redirect from
redirect option to
true (disabled by default).
RoadRunner support HTTP/2 push via virtual headers provided by PHP response.
return $response->withAddedHeader('http2-push', '/test.js');
Note that the path of the resource must be related to the public application directory and must include
/ at the
Please note, HTTP2 push only works under HTTPS with
You can enable HTTP/2 support over non-encrypted TCP connection using H2C:
version: "2.7" http: http2.h2c: true
There is FastCGI frontend support inside the HTTP module, you can enable it (disabled by default):
version: "2.7" http: # HTTP service provides FastCGI as frontend fcgi: # FastCGI connection DSN. Supported TCP and Unix sockets. address: tcp://0.0.0.0:6920
Root CA supported by the option in .rr.yaml
version: "2.7" http: ssl: root_ca: root.crt
RR starting from the
v2.5.0 will bring access logs support (turned off by default). They will include the following information:
method- http method.
remote_addr- request remote address.
request- request Query.
time_local- local time in Common Log Format.
request_length- request body with headers size (content-len + size of all headers) in bytes. Max allowed headers size for the RR is 1MB.
request_time- request processing time in seconds with a milliseconds' resolution.
status- http response status.
http_user_agent- http user agent
http_referer- http referer
version: "2.7" http: address: 127.0.0.1:44933 middleware:  access_logs: true # ...