I've noticed that there's functionality enabled in nginx by default, whereby a url request without a trailing slash for a directory which exists in the filesystem automatically has a slash added through a
E.g. if the directory
css exists within my root, then requesting
http://example.com/css will result in a 301 to
However, I have another site where the SSL is offloaded by a load-balancer. In this case, when I request
https://example.com/css, nginx issues a 301 redirect to
http://example.com/css/, despite the fact that the
HTTP_X_FORWARDED_PROTO header is set to
https by the load balancer.
Is this an nginx bug? Or a config setting I've missed somewhere?