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Thanks for the pointer. So a proxy is indeed the way to go. So from what I have read I have to do the following: 1. Create a subdomain at example.com, e.g. blog.example.com 2. Create the vhost on the remote server and do the redirect rules and other stuff so that content is emitted like http://blog.example.com/blog. The regular stuff as if no proxying is ...


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Based on the example configuration I see at the Digital Ocean documentation you've linked, I suspect the following line is where your issue is coming from: fastcgi_param SCRIPT_FILENAME $document_root$fastcgi_script_name; Or, rather, from a missing or incorrect root directive in one of the parent blocks. Then again, I'm not sure this is the behavior ...



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