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Fix setup check for gzip request mangling being sent as GET

Authored by kat on Apr 1 2024, 17:53.
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Certain web servers (or cache layers such as Varnish) strip the body
of GET requests, resulting in the setup check failing when it would
otherwise function normally if a request is sent as POST.

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Phorge will no-longer mark the test as failing due to the body of a GET request being dropped.
As per RFC7231, certain implementations of HTTP/1.1 may reject the request or drop the payload
due to a previous revision of the spec where the body was supposed to be ignored (RFC2616, section 4.3)

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kat requested review of this revision.Apr 1 2024, 17:53
20after4 subscribed.

Discussed on IRC: it seems that this should have been POST all along.

This revision is now accepted and ready to land.Apr 1 2024, 18:11
speck subscribed.

Ah yep, GET with body will get flagged in a number of cases.

@kat: I've added you to the Trusted Contributors project, so you can now land this change!