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I have server configured this way:...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Jun-15 at 07:12
No you are not "missing" something in general but there is a but :)
NGINX works with something called "access-phases".
return kicks in VERY VERY VERY early in the request processing. Having a
return statement in a location block tells NGINX to immediately return with this. No matter whats in other phases after it.
Further reading: http://nginx.org/en/docs/dev/development_guide.html#http_phases
I am serving dash content inside a Flask app which uses blueprint for registering the routes. App setup:
- Dash is initialised with
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Jun-15 at 10:22
I was able to fix this by removing
sub_filter directive from nginx conf and updating url_prefixes in flask app. The steps I took are posted on this dash forum
I am writing regex pattern for nginx rewrite rules to redirect the url. Here is string pattern which I would like to match and not-match.
Match url for below uri....
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Jun-15 at 09:18
You could use this regex pattern:
I am trying to define a production env for Django using docker and Nginx and Gunicorn and It works fine when debug=True If I make debug=False the Issue start here gives me Bad Request (400) my Nginx file like this:...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Jun-15 at 00:42
ok, I did It the problem was happening because I don't create any view yet or any page with a URL after I create a new page and set it as the home page It's working now.
I am having a problem using Kubernetes Ingress with a ASP.NET core web API.
Lets say I have a web API with three controllers (simplified code to demonstrate three routes /, /ep1, /ep2):...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Jun-14 at 18:57
Routing within the app should be handled by the app. So, there should be no need to define dynamic paths. Try this.
I'm running gitlab-ce on-prem with min.io as a local S3 service. CI/CD caching is working, and basic connectivity with the S3-compatible minio is good. (Versions:
Is there additional configuration to differentiate between job-artifacts and pipeline-artifacts and storing them in on-prem S3-compatible object storage?
In my test repo, the "build" stage builds a sparse R package. When I was using local in-gitlab job artifacts, it succeeds and moves on to the "test" and "deploy" stages, no problems. (And that works with S3-stored cache, though that configuration is solely within
gitlab-runner.) Now that I've configured minio as a local S3-compatible object storage for artifacts, though, it fails.
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Jun-14 at 18:30
The answer is to bypass the empty-string test; the underlying protocol does not support region-less configuration, nor is there a configuration option to support it.
The trick is able to work because the use of
'endpoint' causes the
'region' to be ignored. With that, setting the region to something and forcing the endpoint allows it to work:
I am learning kubernetes and got into a point where I am very confused. I have installed metallb and ingress-nginx so it is possible to access content from outside. I saw several examples that are using nginx image running in pod despite they are also using ingress-nginx.
Isn't ingress-nginx capable to do all work as nginx image? Otherwise what roles those two play?
I need to deploy express server where I would like to utilize some nginx features like gzip so it is where reverse proxy comes.
So do I need to make it work on ingress-nginx level or from nginx image? And if I need nginx image does it mean that I need to run separately nginx image and my built node image with my express app?...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Jun-14 at 12:34
Short answer: No
But it's complicated.
nginx image you mentioned is one of the most popular images (5th on the Docker Hub, by the time of this writing), is relatively small (133MB), and is easy to remember. That's why it is widely used as an example in many tutorials.
Isn't ingress-nginx capable to do all work as nginx image?
To some extent.
Pod and Ingress are different Kubernetes resources, and they act differently.
nginx image is usually deployed as a container inside a pod.
In case of nginx ingress controller, similiar image is used for both Pod and Ingress (mentioned below).
Whenever you deploy (for example) a rewrite rule in ingress controller
I have deployed my Next.js app on Ubuntu 16.0.4 with nginx.
I already have an app deployed on the root
mywebsite.com which is working fine. I'm trying deploy this app at
The app seems to work fine but not rendering the images.
How can I fix this ?
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Jun-13 at 22:39
From the Next.js Base Path docs:
When using the
next/imagecomponent, you will need to add the
basePathin front of
In your case, assuming your
/some-keyword your code should look like:
I'm trying to deploy my Laravel Websockets application as part of my Laravel 8 API project. Everything works locally, but after deploying I'm unable to connect to port
6001 on my website's domain, which is a sub-domain.
I'm using a Cent OS 8 server with Apache and already have port 80 open to my website on https://api.example.com/, and in order for my site on https://site.example.com/ I've gone ahead and created a sub-domain called https://api-socket.example.com/ and need to proxy this through to port
The config for a Nginx server I've tried to replace as a virtual host but when I restart httpd I get a 521 error with Cloudflare, my config is:
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Jun-14 at 09:59
Can you please give it a try without ssl to ensure the configuration works or not. Make sure following modules are enabled
I have a gitlab ce image running via docker-compose...
ANSWERAnswered 2021-Jun-14 at 09:31
To be able to connect with ssh, I had to add the following lines in the GITLAB_OMNIBUS_CONFIG environment variable :
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