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Oct
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Oct
14
comment How to setup SSL reverse proxy using nginx?
For my use case I had to copy the ssl files from my docker container onto my host system.
Oct
14
accepted How to setup SSL reverse proxy using nginx?
Oct
13
asked How to setup SSL reverse proxy using nginx?
Oct
7
awarded  Scholar
Oct
7
accepted How to setup a reverse proxy using nginx?
Oct
7
comment How to setup a reverse proxy using nginx?
My bad, it was just a typo in my my server_name, this works great!
Oct
7
comment How to setup a reverse proxy using nginx?
I tried your second approach but now I am getting a 502 Bad Gateway
Oct
7
comment How to setup a reverse proxy using nginx?
@sivann Nice, thereby I get: nginx: [emerg] "location" directive is not allowed here in /etc/nginx/nginx.conf:13 nginx: configuration file /etc/nginx/nginx.conf test failed which begs the question to where it is correctly placed?
Oct
7
comment How to setup a reverse proxy using nginx?
@sivann OS as tagged Ubuntu14.04 and nginx 1.4.6.
Oct
7
comment How to setup a reverse proxy using nginx?
@AlexeyTen And this is the actual aconfig I am using. Where can I see the syntax error? Is there a way to validate the conf?
Oct
7
revised How to setup a reverse proxy using nginx?
edited body
Oct
7
comment How to setup a reverse proxy using nginx?
@AlexeyTen Both are, as I have two services I want to expose, yet wanted to boil the question down to use one example, going to fix it in question.
Oct
7
asked How to setup a reverse proxy using nginx?
Jul
10
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Jul
10
awarded  Editor
Jul
10
revised Apache server is very slow taking minutes to respond
reformatted text, added more paragraphs for readability, rm thanks notice at the end
Jul
10
suggested approved edit on Apache server is very slow taking minutes to respond
Jan
9
comment How can I prevent accidentally jacking with a production database?
Not knowing passwords does not hinder accidents. Quite to the contrary, it creates motivation to just make the password lookup only once, and after that the developer may start using bash history or may even create an alias to connect to the database. And then, accidents are more likely to happen.
May
12
comment How to find out if an OpenSSL certificate was created by a certain private key?
Are you saying that the comparison of the pub key is not enough or is it merely a more convenient way to compare the cert and the key?