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Apr
26
comment Using Lets Encrypt SSL for multiple Apache servers with distributed traffic
@EEAA: Ah, my bad, I thought about how you couldn't know from which IP the request would come, but of course it's also possible to send all /acme/ * requests to one of them. Oh well, give me DNS verification over that any day :) .
Apr
26
comment Using Lets Encrypt SSL for multiple Apache servers with distributed traffic
@EEAA: Because he doesn't know on production which server will be queried... but I might be missing something obvious given the fact that it's after midnight here.
Apr
26
comment Using Lets Encrypt SSL for multiple Apache servers with distributed traffic
@Justin: Was writing a comment that in those cases DNS verification is the way to go, before noticing that you finished your comment saying that you do not control the DNS. Either way, copying the verification token across all servers before doing the verification request is going to be quite the pain, so good luck with that.
Jan
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Jan
27
revised Why does this configuration end up with an `index.htmlindex.html` url?
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Jan
27
comment Why does this configuration end up with an `index.htmlindex.html` url?
Let us continue this discussion in chat.
Jan
27
comment Why does this configuration end up with an `index.htmlindex.html` url?
@MichaelHampton Because I don't want to have all 404's go to index.html. I have seen a lot of applications do that and I think it's a terrible design choice (as it leads to html files being served when for example images miss). But it might be that alias isn't the right way to do this... after all, that index.htmlindex.html sure is unintended... but resource requests and page requests both work now, it's just requests to the root which don't :(
Jan
27
comment Why does this configuration end up with an `index.htmlindex.html` url?
@MichaelHampton Yep, index.html looks at the URL and dynamically loads the relevant parts of the application. The entire front end is a static affair with a dynamic API separately.
Jan
27
comment Why does this configuration end up with an `index.htmlindex.html` url?
@MichaelHampton The first one should match any requests without a . in them (as in: urls which aren't to files). The second one is supposed to match everything else... O:) . Like honestly, this is the first time I am configuring nginx myself instead of colleagues doing it O:) .
Jan
27
asked Why does this configuration end up with an `index.htmlindex.html` url?
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Apr
24
comment Should I be able to log into a locked out active directory account by disabling internet connectivity?
It is indeed surprising that the cache does not get renewed during the failed login attempt and I can not phantom why this is so.
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Jun
16
comment Invalid domains in DNS don't work on mac/*nix like systems
Truth be told, I have no idea at all what AD does and what AD domains are, so I guess the second (that's why I labeled it DNS as well). Either way, I found the solution which I posted as an answer below. Apparantly it has to do with automatically adding the search domains.
Jun
16
answered Invalid domains in DNS don't work on mac/*nix like systems
Jun
16
asked Invalid domains in DNS don't work on mac/*nix like systems