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Do you have a valid certificate for BOTH domains? Either two certs with a SNI-aware server, or a single certs for both domains (SAN) should work. A wildcard cert would NOT work, as it only applies to subdomain level (ie. www1.my-url.com and www2.my-url.com, but not to my-url.com) Depending on your server setup, the problem could be related to SNI/SAN browser ...


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Posting my own answer here for future reference. After getting some more help with try_files from a colleague and examining the script in more detail, the problem is twofold: 1) fsyncms doesn't like being in the root of a host. it would clean up the path by removing a trailing slash, but in case of / that would leave an empty path string, which tripped an ...


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You are missing your try_files to divert requests to PHP when no matching static assets are present. For instance: location / { try_files $uri $uri/ /index.php;



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