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bio website yeukhon.bitbucket.org
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Thanks for helping.

Undergraduate in CS @CUNY City College | Mozilla's 2013 summer Security Assurance team intern.

My main programming tool is Python now, but I am try to use C and C++ whenever possible.

I believe when one teaches, two learns.


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comment Nginx https rewrite turns POST to GET
@c2hoh My bad. I apologize for taking this so long. I understand where my stupidy lies. You are correct. When a user hits it with http it will always be a GET (getting resource e.g. display the webpage). The script I wrote was wrong with that http because the old configuration was special. Thanks!
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comment Nginx https rewrite turns POST to GET
@c2h50h Thanks. Doing rewrite ^(.*) https://$http_host$1; and then on the next line return 307; has no effect. From what I understand as you pointed out in wiki, 307 will continue to serve POST. But it seems like the redirect will still result in 301/302 because of rewrite...
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comment Nginx https rewrite turns POST to GET
@c2h50h Thanks. But any way to go around this problem? Any better way to route from proxy to internal (which is 80 by default)? I insist that this is not a common issue so my method is probably really bad so if there's a more practical setup please share :)