Your achievements

Level 1

0% to

Level 2

Tip /
Sign in

Sign in to Community

to gain points, level up, and earn exciting badges like the new
BedrockMission!

Learn More

View all

Sign in to view all badges

Not able to see x-dispatcher param in response headers

Avatar

Avatar
Give Back
Level 2
shivama92274331
Level 2

Likes

4 likes

Total Posts

18 posts

Correct Reply

2 solutions
Top badges earned
Give Back
Boost 3
Boost 1
Affirm 1
View profile

Avatar
Give Back
Level 2
shivama92274331
Level 2

Likes

4 likes

Total Posts

18 posts

Correct Reply

2 solutions
Top badges earned
Give Back
Boost 3
Boost 1
Affirm 1
View profile
shivama92274331
Level 2

17-01-2021

Hi, 

i am not able to see the value of x-dispatcher (used to see which dispatcher is serving request)parameter info in the response headers when i see chrome console, does any config exist to enable/disable it in dispatcher files??

 

Thanks,

Shivam

Accepted Solutions (1)

Accepted Solutions (1)

Avatar

Avatar
Validate 10
MVP
kunal23
MVP

Likes

166 likes

Total Posts

565 posts

Correct Reply

172 solutions
Top badges earned
Validate 10
Validate 1
Ignite 3
Ignite 1
Give Back 50
View profile

Avatar
Validate 10
MVP
kunal23
MVP

Likes

166 likes

Total Posts

565 posts

Correct Reply

172 solutions
Top badges earned
Validate 10
Validate 1
Ignite 3
Ignite 1
Give Back 50
View profile
kunal23
MVP

17-01-2021

You need to enable the /info property in dispatcher farm file. Reference - https://stackoverflow.com/questions/43461109/examine-cq-dispatcher-from-client 

Answers (2)

Answers (2)

Avatar

Avatar
Boost 500
MVP
Vijayalakshmi_S
MVP

Likes

564 likes

Total Posts

706 posts

Correct Reply

234 solutions
Top badges earned
Boost 500
Give Back 50
Give Back 5
Ignite 10
Ignite 5
View profile

Avatar
Boost 500
MVP
Vijayalakshmi_S
MVP

Likes

564 likes

Total Posts

706 posts

Correct Reply

234 solutions
Top badges earned
Boost 500
Give Back 50
Give Back 5
Ignite 10
Ignite 5
View profile
Vijayalakshmi_S
MVP

18-01-2021

Hi @shivama92274331,

X-Dispatcher is added explicitly using mod_headers.c module in vhost file in <VirtualHost.. entry or can be added at CDN level if you have one.

<IfModule mod_headers.c>
Header add X-Dispatcher <<dispatchername>>
</IfModule>

If this entry is available and still not available in response headers, share the webserver and dispatcher version details to debug further.

Avatar

Avatar
Give Back
Level 2
shivama92274331
Level 2

Likes

4 likes

Total Posts

18 posts

Correct Reply

2 solutions
Top badges earned
Give Back
Boost 3
Boost 1
Affirm 1
View profile

Avatar
Give Back
Level 2
shivama92274331
Level 2

Likes

4 likes

Total Posts

18 posts

Correct Reply

2 solutions
Top badges earned
Give Back
Boost 3
Boost 1
Affirm 1
View profile
shivama92274331
Level 2

28-01-2021

Hi @Vijayalakshmi_S 

Thanks for your reply, it worked after adding Header always add X-Dispatcher ${DISP_ID} in vhost file.