i just discovered this after 2 hours of testing If you define error_page for a server block multiple times, only the first one will take, subsequent ones will not override That means if you store your error pages in a macro, to override it would be: error_page 503 /503.error include /usr/local/nginx/_macros/error_page.conf; and not include /usr/local/nginx/_macros/error_page.conf; error_page 503 /503.error I'm not sure if this was intended or not ( personally , i don't like it ). but I wanted to share this with others.
on 2009-01-07 01:54
on 2009-01-07 23:38
I take it error_page.conf resets the error_page for 503? What happens if you try with something like "error_page NNN = @location;"?
on 2009-01-08 04:32
HI everybody Happy New Year! do nginx has the modules like apache's mod_cband ? i want to use it in a virtual host