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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...
Sep
27
asked EC2 instance passes health checks but no longer can SSH in
Aug
29
awarded  Popular Question
Jul
23
revised How to not redirect if requesting server_name only
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Jul
23
revised How to not redirect if requesting server_name only
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Jul
23
revised How to not redirect if requesting server_name only
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Jul
23
suggested rejected edit on How to not redirect if requesting server_name only
Jul
22
comment How to not redirect if requesting server_name only
Thanks, your added code above is exactly what i'm now doing. Try this on developers.google.com/speed/pagespeed/insights. I'm still getting a Avoid landing page redirects warning when using "mysite.com" but not "https://mysite.com" despite using the HSTS directive. So I guess I'm wondering how I know if the directive is actually doing anything? Also, what happens when the max-age expires?
Jul
22
comment How to not redirect if requesting server_name only
here's a gist of my nginx.conf gist.github.com/tim-peterson/6057327
Jul
22
comment How to not redirect if requesting server_name only
hmm, if I don't have a listen 80 server block then the first page load of mysite.com fails and with the second load then it accepts it. I only have a listen 443 server block containing your Strict-Transport-Security directive.
Jul
22
comment How to not redirect if requesting server_name only
ok i'll try that thanks
Jul
22
comment How to not redirect if requesting server_name only
hmm i don't have a ssl.conf file, can I put this in my nginx.conf file? If so, in what block? If not, how would I make my server recognize this newly created ssl.conf file?
Jul
22
comment How to not redirect if requesting server_name only
thanks, this is more what I was looking for, trying it out now to see if it does what i need
Jul
22
comment How to not redirect if requesting server_name only
I assume deny all still gives you a blank screen even if there is no error? I guess my question is is there any way to still show the site without a redirect?
Jul
22
comment How to not redirect if requesting server_name only
ok thanks, "connection refused" isn't ideal for a consumer facing site.
Jul
22
comment How to not redirect if requesting server_name only
so if you listen on 443 only and type in only the server_name you get a blank screen?