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I am curently using nginx and I am trying to redirect all request on http://vhost.domain.com to http://vhost.domain.com/world

I've browse some sites but I am too rookie with rewrite to obtain a nice result, could you please gimme me some help?

PS: This is what I've tried for last:

location = /world {
  rewrite ^ http://vhost.domain.com$uri permanent;
}

Kind Regards,

Half

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2 Answers 2

Try it like this:

location /world/ {
rewrite ^/(.*)$ http://vhost.domain.com/world/$1 break;
}

The nginx rewrite syntax is like:

rewrite regexp replacement [flag]

For more info, take a look at here. And also do some research about Regular Expressions. ;)

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Don't have to use any location, just write the below rewrite directly within server.

    rewrite  ^/$  http://vhost.domain.com/world  permanent;      
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This rewrite looks good but when I applied it I have in my- navigator Erreur 310 (net::ERR_TOO_MANY_REDIRECTS) : Trop de redirections –  Half Jan 4 '13 at 10:00
    
I guess it should be "^/$" instead of just "/", since the first param is a regexp. –  cnst Jan 4 '13 at 18:20

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