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revised Why are my PHP files downloading instead of processing with Nginx
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Jun
22
comment How to tell nginx to serve https only for one vhost-managed domain?
It says so under nginx.org/en/docs/http/configuring_https_servers.html - But perhaps I misunderstood. It is, at least currently possible to tell NGINX it can only serve 443 on certain IP's and not necessarily the whole server.
Jun
18
comment How can I tell nginx to serve SSL for one domain only?
I'll do my best to pay it forward - !
Jun
18
comment How can I tell nginx to serve SSL for one domain only?
OK, reload didnt do it, but restart did --- OK, problem solved -!! Thank you very much - ! That was about to be a very serious issue ---
Jun
18
accepted How can I tell nginx to serve SSL for one domain only?
Jun
18
comment How can I tell nginx to serve SSL for one domain only?
Five Nginx processes show up with that command, each listening on *:443 --- I reloaded the nginx conf, though, so -- what would cause that?
Jun
18
comment How can I tell nginx to serve SSL for one domain only?
Well, I ran grep -R ssl on the vhosts directory, and the only thing that showed up was the ISPConfig vhost that listens on its own port...
Jun
18
comment How can I tell nginx to serve SSL for one domain only?
Unfortunately, this doesn't seem to be the case --- Changing the listen directive to listen xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx:443 ssl had no effect on the behavior -- requesting otherDomains.com still resulted in the browser warning, serving the certificate of theSSL-edDomain.com =/
Jun
18
revised Cron job not working in nginx php5-fpm osticket
Readability edits / bad translation
Jun
18
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Jun
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Jun
18
comment How can I tell nginx to serve SSL for one domain only?
I edited my previous comment -- And great -! I'll try that solution as soon as I get back from lunch, but perhaps you will tell me what effect that will have if someone requests https://someNonSSLDomain.com -? I'd really like to avoid the browser-warning about SSLs not matching up altogether --
Jun
18
comment How can I tell nginx to serve SSL for one domain only?
The server actually has four IPs, so it would be totally practical to have the site with the SSL on its own IP. So, I imagine I would change the listen: 443 ssl; to listen: xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx:443; -?- I currently have a prepended PHP script that says something to the effect of if $_SERVER['HTTPS'] && $host != 'sslDomain.com' { header("Location: $request_uri"); }
Jun
18
asked How can I tell nginx to serve SSL for one domain only?
Jun
18
comment How to tell nginx to serve https only for one vhost-managed domain?
In newer versions of Nginx, this limitation has been defeated -- albeit, i'm still trying to figure out how ---
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reviewed Approve suggested edit on Nginx serve one, specific PHP script for all .HTML requests
May
30
comment Nginx serve one, specific PHP script for all .HTML requests
Lol, that too - ! - but it would be easy enough to save the REQUEST_URI into a Session variable - I've played around with this, before - we had an issue with 404s on images, but I was able to tell nginx to serve a generic image for those - ! I was hoping for something similar, here, but it just doesn't seem to work properly.
May
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revised Nginx serve one, specific PHP script for all .HTML requests
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