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accepted Is it possible to rewrite an error page in nginx config
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comment Is it possible to rewrite an error page in nginx config
Ya, that's what I figures. Thanks.
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comment Setting up a maintenance page
You can, in fact, create a custom error page for Rackspace load balancers. Here's a link to the docs if anyone is looking for a way to do this. docs.rackspace.com/loadbalancers/api/v1.0/clb-devguide/content/…
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comment Setting up a maintenance page
Thanks, I'll look into that.
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Yes I was thinking I would do that but then I'll have to fire up another server instance at $16 a month. Is there a way without created another server?
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comment Setting up a maintenance page
It's a Rackspace cloud loadbalancer. The algorithm for this load balancer is Round Robin. That's all I can really tell you.
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comment Setting up a maintenance page
What do you mean?
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accepted Configure Nginx to render static files and rewrite file extension or proxy_pass
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answered Configure Nginx to render static files and rewrite file extension or proxy_pass
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revised File permission woes on an Ubuntu ec2 instance
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comment File permission woes on an Ubuntu ec2 instance
Hey!! that worked. There must be some alias that I'm not aware of. I can't believe Amazon would put something like that on there. Still having the file permission issue though. If I do something like git pull it makes me do sudo first and then all my files are owned by root. How would I fix this?
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comment File permission woes on an Ubuntu ec2 instance
thanks for the suggestion.
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comment File permission woes on an Ubuntu ec2 instance
@Ladadadada Thanks for the correction. I don't think I understand your question. Are you asking if I'm using the -o flag in an alias? I don't believe so unless it's in some bash file I'm not aware of. I only have the following aliases set for ls alias ll='ls -lahG' alias ls='ls -G'