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Any way to reduce redundant location block codes in Nginx config?

Is it possible to DRY a bunch of location blocks in Nginx with the exact same configuration, just different routes? Take a look at the following snippet off my Nginx .conf, for instance: location / { ...
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Unable to serve NextJS static assets through Nginx

I have a NextJS app running on port 3000 and I have a test.ico file located at the following location: /static/images/icons/ I want this file to be served off the root rather than the actual path. I ...
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How to manage static content for high-loaded website via nginx?

My understanding is that nginx is well-suited for serving static content. But i can't find any information with regard to how well it's for serving very big amount of static content. Let's say i use ...
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nginx static files served on server using curl, but not to browser on remote machine

I'm working my way through my first nginx / gunicorn / flask deployment using a stock Amazon Lightsail Ubuntu server. At this point, I'm ignoring gunicorn and flask, and just trying to get nginx to ...
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Nginx Subdirectory returning 404

I currently have a bunch of working static files at the domain name khairulslt.me (from NameCheap). Recently, I've tried setting up a subdirectory (khairulslt.me/RGBGame) as seen in the code below; ...
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Nginx: disable caching if page contains the word

I am using nginx as a reverse proxy. Is it possible somehow to access response page content as a variable to disable caching for a pages that have specific word in content (not in header) WITHOUT ...
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nginx serving static files doesn't work properly with comma character

Summary: Static files are publishing in /path/to/root , If the request is not in the static folders, the request sending @a1 location block. Static files; /path/to/root/folder/folder1,111/index....
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img 404 using Nginx, Docker, Django, Digital Ocean

For some reason, my CSS, JS, and Font-Awesome static assets are recognized and serving properly, but my img static files are showing 404 errors in the Nginx Docker container logs. Everything works ...
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Nginx: / for both static content and proxied application

http://example.com: my site http://example.net: the proxied backend I'm trying to setup an nginx server block as both a static content server and a reverse proxy. Nginx should first check for static ...
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How to serve a huge static and pregenerated website?

My current web project has the following characteristics: A website which is basically a read-only archive of information. There are no interactive actions a visitor could do. All pages (currently ...
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Web application serving static files using Docker on multiple hosts

Before Docker we normally had a NFS server on a separate host(s) and then mounted it on nginx and app hosts, so that nginx instances could serve static files created by web app and app worker ...
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Express.js fails to serve all static files on heroku

there, I have a little problem with node.js and express on heroku. I have a node.js server that loads up my index.html page and other resources: process.env.PWD = process.cwd(); var express = require(...
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Fresh Ubuntu 16.04 Nginx Configuration is Serving Old Static Files

I have a very basic landing page for a domain of mine. For the last couple days I have been fighting a very peculiar issue. For example, the directory contains: vanilla> ./files/ ./index....
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Nginx does not serve large files

When trying to download a large file (not sure what size is enough, trying to download 5Gb), connection is stuck: $ wget --verbose http://example.net/large.zip -O /dev/null --2016-12-14 12:52:38-- ...
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Why does nginx raise a 404 when it tries to acess static files on a FreeBSD server?

I've got nginx 1.8.1 on a server running FreeBSD 10.2. I'm trying to serve files from a subdirectory of /usr/local/www/ (which is default on FreeBSD), but for some reason, requests to the files I'm ...
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Nginx fails to direct to https server block on same domain

I'm attempting to serve a static file using nginx over https. Setup DNS correctly points subdomain to AWS IP: subdomain1.website.com -> correct IP Working config I've found the following ...
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Reverse proxy application and its static files with Nginx

I am trying to do something that seems to me very simple but I must be stupid or miss something very obvious because I cannot figure it out. I want to access the multiple web applications running on ...
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Apache HTTPD: URL resolution for a virtual host with proxies and directory alias

Here's what my environment looks like: REST api (django), running over WSGI (mod_wsgi) on port http://server:8107/api static files for the API site (i have some admin pages), in a directory, say /opt/...
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nginx 403 when serving static files + reverse proxy

I'm trying to serve a node app through nginx, but first attempt to serve static files that may be in a /public folder. I've got that much working -- but when accessing domain.tld/ or the index of ...
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Nginx serving index.html fine, but requests for assets are bad

i have the following nginx config: server { listen 80; listen [::]:80; listen 443; listen [::]:443; server_name oreqizer.com; ...
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Nginx serving static files via Unicorn upstream (tcp)

I'm trying to create a rails app with load balancer. App is running but I don't know how to serve static files. All examples assume that nginx and unicorn running on the same machine. Here is the ...
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Nginx: Serve PHP files from defined location only

I have an AngularJS app in /home/app/front and a PHP backend in /home/app/back. Now I would like to serve static files from / and PHP from /api/v1/ I tried the following config with no success. Nginx ...
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IIS 8.5 Serve file with no extension from particular folder

I have some files that have been uploaded to a folder called /Download however the have no extension e.g. File1 I have tried adding a /Download/Web.Config file with the following specified <?xml ...
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Building a high performance file server using SSD as cache

I want to build a file server that serves ~50 TB of content to its users. To maximize the server's throughput, I'm going to utilize the follow scenario. 50 TB of HDD storage. All of the static files ...
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Staticfiles for Django cannot be located on IIS 8

I have a Django 1.7 website configured on IIS 8 platform. The staticfiles are kept in a folder generated after running collectstatic command. As mentioned in the tutorials I have made that folder a ...
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refreshing Expires daily

I'm operating a website on which the (static) content is generated once daily. This allows setting the expires setting to "modification plus 1 day". (I'm running apache with mod_expires.) Most files ...
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Why my browser wouldn't load all image resources at once?

I am trying to optimize the loading time of a webpage. Currently, the main http request can be done in under a second, however, the consenquent loading of images seems "to cascade": http://picpaste....
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How to serve specific static files with nginx?

I have queries like /api/lang?lang=en which I want to serve with nginx as /server/i18n-angular/en.json. How can I do that? I have the following directory structure: /public/ /server/i18n-angular/en....
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How to serve static files with apache on openshift official python cartridge?

I have scalable openshift online app with official python-2.7 cartridge. By default everything is served with mod_wsgi handler. How do I configure my app and/or Apache to serve some static files in my ...
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Serve static files from directory depending on http referrer inside of nginx [closed]

My server hosts images, but the content of images have to be different for the same link and have to deepens on http referrer. For example: Website 1 load image website1.jpg from www.example.com/...
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IIS returns 404 when trying to access static files on certain file types

I have a specific file type of .notebook that IIS is blocking. I tried going into request filtering and adding .notebook with allow set to true, but I still get the 404. Anything else in this folder ...
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fcgi to serve static files with nginx

Maybe I'm wrong, so before to ask my question, I'll explain a little what I'm trying to set up : I've a VPS where I want to have multiple users sites, with permission denied to all users to see the ...
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How to serve static files for multiple Django projects via nginx to same domain

I am trying to setup my nginx conf so that I can serve the relevant files for my multiple Django projects. Ultimately I want each app to be available at www.example.com/app1, www.example.com/app2 etc....
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Nginx rewrite URLs but not static files

I need to rewrite URLs like http://www.domain.com/blog/wp-content/uploads/this-is-a-static-file.jpg to http://www.domain.com/wp-content/uploads/this-is-a-static-file.jpg I am using this rule: ...
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Apache: mapping multiple directories to the same location

I would like to map multiple directories to the same location with Apache, expecting a behaviour similar to this: suppose that the /static location is to be backed by directories /srv/static1 and /srv/...
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Nginx issues with freshly overwritten images

I have this problem: I read directly (as static content) an image from https://whatever.com/static/image.png . The image is displayed properly. I overwrite this file with another one and I try ...
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Nginx redirect all request that does not match a file to a php file

I'm trying to get all request to: http://example.com/downloads/* redirect to http://example.com/downloads/index.php except if the requested file exist in /downloads/ ex: http://example.com/downloads ...
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Nginx: Disallow index.html in URL

We're generating a site consisting of only static files (using Assemble). Having the .html extension on URLs looks so nineties, so we generate every static HTML file in its own directory and call it ...
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IIS8.0 Response size limit?

I am trying to serve up some hefty (really hefty) static web pages. The one I am playing with is 20Mb, and contains image links to about 5000 images. I'm seeing some errors, where after a certain ...
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serving static assets via http is really slow compared to sshfs (apache2/nginx)

After migrating to a new VPS I had some users complaining about slow loading images on their sites. After creating some test files with dd I realized that I can download all files via sshfs with full ...
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Static file permissions with Nginx, Gunicorn and Django

I attempting to setup a Nginx server up with a Gunicorn WSGI server running Django behind.. The setup all seems to runs except i have a permissions issue. I have setup aliases to /media and a /static ...
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Apache memory usage with 404

We're facing a problem with an apache server serving static files. When there are lots of requests for a resource that doesn't exist the apache starts to grow in number of processes and memory usage ...
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Why is IIS 7.5 showing two requests for static files?

We are running IIS 7.5 on Windows Server 2008 64-bit. Mainly, we run Coldfusion 9 and don't really use ASP.NET stuff. Kind of weird, but when we look at the "Worker Processes" module (on the main ...
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How to configure Glassfish + NGINX to serve static files with NGINX?

I have a EC2 ubuntu with Glassfish v3 + Nginx setup to host my java web application. This application is deployed as a WAR file to Glassfish . The NGINX is currenty passing all request to the ...
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IIS 7 - Static Resource Or HttpHandler

This is probably a fundamental question concerning IIS 7. I currently have a website running on IIS 7 on my local machine. I've noticed that when I type in a URL of the form http://localhost/styles/...
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Serve different files for specific user agents using nginx

Using nginx, how do you serve different static files for different user agents? For example, if the current user is using an iPhone, they should be served mobile_index.html, whereas all other user ...
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Static file download from browser breaking in varnish but works fine in Apache

I would at first like to thank everyone at serverfault for this great website and I also come to this site while searching in google for various server related issues and setups. I also have an ...
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nginx static content

I have a following deployed scenario. 1x nginx as frontserver for gzip and ssl ofload serving all request to the same server haproxy service listening on 127.0.0.1:8000 to do loadbalancing for three ...
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nginx status code 200 and 304

I'm using nginx + passenger. I'm trying to understand the nginx response 200 and 304. What does this both means? Sometimes, it responses back in 304 and others only 200. Reading the YUI blog, it seems ...
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Why isn't IIS serving my static CSS / JS files?

I added an ASP.NET MVC3 site to ISS (which was working fine in the debugger). When viewing the site in a browser, everything appeared to be working fine except that all of the CSS and JS files were ...