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This nginx rule works great for me for a full specified file path

rewrite ^/sitemap.xml$ /sitemap.php last;

When I acces sitemap.xml it works as expected but in the background sitemap.php is requested. So far so goode.

Another problem arised and I need to rewrite the last part of existing urls

rewrite ^doctor-solution.html/ doctor-answer.html/ permanent; What I want to achive is when an old url like https://example.com/case12232-doctor-solution.html/ is accessed it must be redirected to

https://example.com/case12232-doctor-answer.html/

But My rule doesn't seem to work. Any ideas?

Can I do something like, this gives me error

 rewrite ^/([a-z]+)-doctor-solution.html/$ /{$1}-doctor-answer.html/;
  • Try: rewrite ^/([a-z]+)-doctor-solution.html/$ /$1-doctor-answer.html/ permanent; – Richard Smith Jan 27 at 10:08
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You forget to include digit in your regex , and made a error to reference a matching pattern , so this is $1 and not {$1} ( see Richard Simith comment )

In you case the solution

rewrite ^/([a-z0-9]+)-doctor-solution.html/$ /$1-doctor-answer.html/ redirect;

More documentation on https://nginx.org/en/docs/http/ngx_http_rewrite_module.html#rewrite

  • unfortunately I get error 404 – bornie Jan 27 at 20:09

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