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I don't have a config file to post because it has gone through a dozen iterations already, none of which have been saved.
In-Reply-To: Francis Daly francis at You can work around this for now with a quirk of the way the map module works.
It treats any value beginning with $ as a variable name and skips some of the validation, so you can: # The first variable is irrelevant, $is_args just doesn't # do much processing.
map $is_args $uwaver This workaround may become invalid if the map module is ever extended to accept complex values, but it just worked in a test for me. From ingham.k at Mon Feb 18 2013 From: ingham.k at (Igor Karymov) Date: Mon, 0400 Subject: embedded variable $cookie_YYY and "-" symbol. please forgive me that blasphemous references :) Posted at Nginx Forum:
In-Reply-To: From nginx-forum at Mon Feb 18 2013 From: nginx-forum at (mex) Date: Mon, -0500 Subject: A dynamic web-site written wholly in nginx.conf? 2,236283,236298#msg-236298 From contact at Mon Feb 18 2013 From: contact at (Jonathan Matthews) Date: Mon, 0000 Subject: Proxy module for nginx In-Reply-To: Thanks a lot...
For example, to see the kqueue(2) manual page from Free BSD, you can point your browser to , or mdoc.su/f/kqueue.2, or mdoc.su/f/2/kqueue, or you can even use "Free BSD" or "freebsd" in place of "f", as in, etc.
I suggest you kick off a discussion of what you're *ultimately* trying to achieve, what you're already tried, and what hasn't worked.You'll find a much better thread emerges from that, rather than the much-too-broad-but-much-too-narrow question you've just asked.
Murenin # # https://github.com/cnst/server From ingham.k at Mon Feb 18 2013 From: ingham.k at (Igor Karymov) Date: Mon, 0400 Subject: embedded variable $cookie_YYY and "-" symbol. I observe unexpected behavior when trying to use $cookie_YYY embended variable when cookie name include "-" symbol. So what sort of configuration is needed so i can detect Google bot and let it pass-thru? Panula at Sofor Oy | Takakaarre 3 | PL 51 | FIN-62200 Kauhava tel.The only real problem I can see is that you don't have a resolver specified, so nginx doesn't know how to resolve the app FQDNs.Irrespective of this, there are much nicer ways to achieve this, which might use: * Nginx maps to translate from client Host header to backend FQDN.It doesn't seem to do what I need, which is to use one back-end for requests referred from one web server host but use the other for all other requests.If I have two server directives with the same IP but two different server names, it seems I can't have two location directives, one within each server name.If I could get that to work, it seems to me it should allow me to redirect to the default app server using the valid_referers directive within the referrer-specific app server's server directive, but that doesn't seem to work the way I expect, either.