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comment Configure Nginx to run Codeigniter/PHP app?
@symcbean ok sorry about that. After fixing my config file and reloading the page, the error log is empty. So I think this is a path issue not a PHP problem. Codeigniter is somewhat confusing on how it does its routing.
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comment Configure Nginx to run Codeigniter/PHP app?
@symcbean, just wondering if you had any follow up on my most recent comments, sorry to bother you if you've just been busy i'm just still stuck on this..
Jul
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comment Configure Nginx to run Codeigniter/PHP app?
@symcbean, when I ensure proper error_logging (see updated code in my question) and load mysite.com in the browser I now get this error message: 50.136.93.153 - - [31/Jul/2012:13:21:11 +0000] "GET / HTTP/1.1" 200 31 "-" "Mozilla/5.0 (Macintosh; Intel Mac OS X 10_7_4) AppleWebKit/536.11 (KHTML, like Gecko) Chrome/20.0.1132.57 Safari/536.11" 50.136.93.153 - - [31/Jul/2012:13:21:21 +0000] "-" 400 0 "-" "-". I know I must be close b/c these are my computer's specs and I get a new one of these messages every time I reload mysite.com
Jul
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comment Configure Nginx to run Codeigniter/PHP app?
@symcbean how do I check if php-fpm is running and listening on port9000, can you share the commands for that? Based on this link, I did echo php_sapi_name() and it said "fpm-fcgi". Regarding whether 9000 is listening, when I type: netstat -anp | grep ":9000" the get the following: tcp 0 0 127.0.0.1:9000 0.0.0.0:* LISTEN 4694/php-fpm.conf).
Jul
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revised Configure Nginx to run Codeigniter/PHP app?
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comment Configure Nginx to run Codeigniter/PHP app?
php -l file.php gives no errors for the root index.php file which routes the Codeigniter app and no errors for the php file which I used to echo 'hello world". Seems like a path issue rather than a php issue.
Jul
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comment Configure Nginx to run Codeigniter/PHP app?
@MichaelHampton sorry I misspoke in my question earlier about the PHP error. Please see the most updated version.
Jul
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asked Configure Nginx to run Codeigniter/PHP app?
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comment What is the name and location of the Nginx config file (htaccess equivalent)?
thanks for the tip on checking out your questions. I'm thinking i'm understanding more now, thanks for the setting me on the path...
Jul
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comment What is the name and location of the Nginx config file (htaccess equivalent)?
-@Andrew thanks lots of helpful information!, by default my /etc/nginx/nginx.conf file already has include /etc/nginx/sites-enabled/*; at the very end. It looks like these 2 files are talking to each other on my server and now I'm dealing with Codeigniter-specific issues. Are you using codeigniter? There is some path funkiness that I need to get a handle on...
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asked What is the name and location of the Nginx config file (htaccess equivalent)?
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comment Godaddy vs. Route53 for DNS
thanks, that's cool stuff!
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comment Godaddy vs. Route53 for DNS
hi @Sandman4, thanks for this analysis. I've never heard of dig. Would you mind sharing the commands you ran to display these millisecond times for each domain? is it just dig www.amazon.com? I ran that from the shell and that worked for me, it said, Query time: 119 msec.