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web programming-javascript, php, mysql, css, html-is my thang


Jul
15
comment Serving assets on two different ports
Yes this worked!! thanks! now I understand nginx.conf better!!
Jul
15
accepted Serving assets on two different ports
Jul
15
comment Serving assets on two different ports
here's the app1 config: gist.github.com/tim-peterson/32a67466c7c8d52ceda6 (it's nearly identical to app2's config)
Jul
15
comment Serving assets on two different ports
here's the app2 config: gist.github.com/tim-peterson/ad2c1fae03f850ec7247
Jul
15
comment Serving assets on two different ports
here's the nginx.conf: gist.github.com/tim-peterson/eb180321a079acc21355
Jul
15
comment Serving assets on two different ports
That didn't fix the problem unfortunately. Is this a relative path issue? See my url's above: '/assets/foo.js'
Jul
15
comment Serving assets on two different ports
ok thanks, testing this now...
Jul
15
asked Serving assets on two different ports
May
9
comment No longer can get nginx.conf to respect my redirect rules
sorry I left off the ".com". Thanks for spotting this mistake. I corrected the question. I think this is and Elastic Load Balancer issue. developer24hours.blogspot.com/2013/02/…
May
9
revised No longer can get nginx.conf to respect my redirect rules
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May
8
asked No longer can get nginx.conf to respect my redirect rules
Jan
28
awarded  Teacher
Jan
28
revised Nginx with SPDY Draft 3, is possible?
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Jan
28
answered Nginx with SPDY Draft 3, is possible?
Oct
1
awarded  Famous Question
Sep
27
accepted Is using Elastic Beanstalk worth the hassle if using Nginx?
Sep
27
comment Is using Elastic Beanstalk worth the hassle if using Nginx?
@ceejayoz Thanks I hadn't heard of OpsWorks but in briefly looking through their documentation, this does look like what I need. Feel free to add this as an answer and I'll upvote it. Beanstalk might seem better if you haven't built any aspect of your application in which case you can just follow the Beanstalk directions. But if you already have your application fully functional, it seems like a lot and potentially deal-breaking amount of re-configuring (https, memcache, etc.) to get it compatible with Beanstalk.
Sep
27
comment EC2 instance passes health checks but no longer can SSH in
thanks for the suggestion.
Sep
27
asked Is using Elastic Beanstalk worth the hassle if using Nginx?
Sep
27
comment EC2 instance passes health checks but no longer can SSH in
Think you're right, i'll flag to request to migrate to server fault...