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comment Nginx 1.6.3 to 1.8 upgrade
Doesn't work. This is what I have - URL of the code snippet is: pasted.co/dca1e3e4 -- as this comment screws up formatting. location ~ \.php$ { try_files $uri =404; fastcgi_index index.php; #include fastcgi_params; #fastcgi_pass unix:/var/run/php-fpm/php-fpm.sock; include fastcgi.conf; fastcgi_pass 127.0.0.1:9000; }
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comment Nginx 1.6.3 to 1.8 upgrade
Did you get an answer that fixed this? I am in the same soup. With "yum update", I'm at 1.8.0 but the old setup doesn't work now. All the suggestions in this thread do not work. Any ideas?
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comment Nginx upgrade to 1.8 - Now getting 502 bad gateway
Doesn't work. Same result.
Oct
11
comment Connection hangs & never connects between ec2 instances over port 9200; fast from outside AWS
@Jordan Did you find an answer?
Oct
10
comment EC2 instance is blocking all outbound connections, how to diagnose/fix?
Even if I add these, there's always an EC2 outbound rule (which I cannot seem to edit) that shows 0.0.0.0/0 to be DENY for "all traffic". How is that managed?
Oct
10
comment How can I enable outgoing HTTP/HTTPS requests on an EC2 in a public subnet within a VPC on Amazon AWS
After making those changes, did you have to restart something? I've added a DHCP option set, and also changed the lines in resolv.conf, but the curl http://google.com still doesn't work.
Jul
30
comment DefaultType PHP 5.5 (for files that do NOT have any extension, including “.php”)
Thank you. ForceType is the perfect answer with None as an option for files with extensions. In the future we will probably just use PHP extension and use rewrite rules.
Jul
26
comment How to add file handlers in Apache2?
How can I add PHP to deal with files that do not have any extension? Is there a "DefaultHandler" directive? In Apache 2.2.29, with PHP 5.5, the following does not work: DefaultType application/x-httpd-php. Thank you.
Nov
15
comment How does one find which files are taking up 80% of the space on a Linux webserver?
Lovely. This should be the right answer. What a super find. Thanks.