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Mar
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comment Weird 502 responses of AWS ELB
And this problem never occurs before.
Mar
26
comment Weird 502 responses of AWS ELB
@TheFiddlerWins No, it's just HTTP.
Mar
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asked Weird 502 responses of AWS ELB
Mar
9
asked Will frequent insert make select queries slower with MySQL?
Dec
10
comment In Nginx configuration, how to continue after a conditional return in location?
@AD7six Thanks. When I got 404 for the other domain names, I suspected a request processing stopped once it entered a location block, and I began to search for something like a continue for this block. I'll try your solution and see if it works :)
Dec
9
comment In Nginx configuration, how to continue after a conditional return in location?
@masegaloeh Yes, it should include a scheme.
Dec
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Dec
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comment In Nginx configuration, how to continue after a conditional return in location?
@XavierLucas Thanks. I've udpated my question.
Dec
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asked In Nginx configuration, how to continue after a conditional return in location?
Nov
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comment How can I separate access logs from requests of two different domains of the same server?
@AD7six They are currently exactly the same. The difference is that one of them is used by our partners for invoking some of our APIs.
Nov
3
comment How can I separate access logs from requests of two different domains of the same server?
I'm trying to keep requests from domain1 to be logged in access.log without any prefix. Should I set a new variable like log_prefix, and use it in access_log like /$log_prefixaccess.log?
Nov
3
comment How can I separate access logs from requests of two different domains of the same server?
Thanks. But if I have set my server_name to be domain1.com www.domain1.com domain2.com www.domain2.com, will this config results in four log files instead of two?
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