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awarded  Commentator
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comment Google-Bot fell in love with my 404-page
@MichaelMartinez You're right. Tripwire sounds good, I'll try that. Thank you.
Oct
21
comment Google-Bot fell in love with my 404-page
@Grizly nginx is used as webserver. Sometimes the page is accessed to be used as proxy ("CONNECT mx3.mail2000.com.tw:25 HTTP/1.0") but that always returns status code 400.
Oct
21
comment Google-Bot fell in love with my 404-page
@MichaelHampton please see my updated question. Maybe you can tell me what I else can do to check if there is something compromised.
Oct
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revised Google-Bot fell in love with my 404-page
update
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asked Google-Bot fell in love with my 404-page
Aug
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accepted What is the correct way to deny access to all files with nginx?
Aug
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comment What is the correct way to deny access to all files with nginx?
At first, your code works like a charm. Thank you! I hope I get that right: nginx is processing the block for the root directory if there is no other block it can assign, and while in this case there is an existing block for accessing php-files, it does not process the root-block, but only the php-block. Is that correct?
Aug
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asked What is the correct way to deny access to all files with nginx?
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asked how to limit directory size without quota (vserver)?
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accepted nginx rewrite only specific servername to https
Mar
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comment nginx rewrite only specific servername to https
Seems it's really a browserrelated issue. I now tried your second option, it works fine in chromium and new profile in firefox. I cleared the cache in my default profile but it keeps redirecting me...but thats nothing related to nginx. Many thanks for the help.
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asked nginx rewrite only specific servername to https
Jan
20
comment cannot restart php5-fpm
to your edit: I was not trying to restart fpm without root privileges (did you edit your previous comment? I read about not running netstat or lsof as root, on which I replied) It was (and is) a problem with php-fpm which runs as different processes, and it seems they are all accessing this file, so it could not restart.
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accepted cannot restart php5-fpm
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comment cannot restart php5-fpm
yep, it worked, I could restart fpm. Many Thanks!
Jan
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comment cannot restart php5-fpm
ah damn it, I forgot that. Thanks. I received three times php5-fpm with different IDs, seems I've got to kill some
Jan
20
comment cannot restart php5-fpm
good idea, but I received a blank linke for /var/lib/php5-fpm/apps.sock, so it's actually not in use...but by restarting fpm it breaks with the same error :/