Nginx redirect/rewrite Rule

Nginx redirect/rewrite Rule

Old Url
http://www.mydomain.com.br/forum/elsword-downloads-de-cheats-utilitarios/2369461-26-04-revolution-trainer-elsword.html

  1. /forum/ - It is the folder that installed vbulletin
  2. /elsword-downloads-de-cheats-utilitarios/ - is the forum name that
    the
    topic / in xenforo will not appear
  3. 2369461 - is the ID that will have to appear in the url xenforo
  4. -26-04-revolution-trainer-elsword.html - is the topic name that
    accessing, no matter what the xenforo because with the right ID it
    corrects
    the topic name in the URL.

New Url
http://www.mydomain.com.br/threads/26-04-revolution-trainer-elsword.2369461/

  1. /threads/ - the xenforo automatically add the address when accessing
    this
    one topic.
  2. 26-04-revolution-trainer-elsword - Topic name, even if the xenforo
    system
    corrects’m wrong
  3. 2369461 - Most importantly, the topic ID

Another examples

Old Url
http://www.mydomain.com.br/forum/resolvidos/2343690-reposicao-dos-meus-posts.html

New Url
http://www.mydomain.com.br/threads/reposição-dos-meus-posts.2343690/

Old Url
http://www.mydomain.com.br/forum/league-of-legends-downloads-de-cheats-utilitarios/2516190-drophack-1-3-funcional-apenas-por-30-dias-aproveite-o-mais-rapido-possivel-veja-ma.html

New Url
http://www.mydomain.com.br/threads/drophack-1-3-funcional-apenas-por-30-dias-aproveite-o-mais-rapido-possivel-veja-ma.2516190/

Posted at Nginx Forum:
https://forum.nginx.org/read.php?2,263698,263698#msg-263698

On Sat, Dec 26, 2015 at 06:42:44AM -0500, Nginx Forum wrote:

Hi there,

New Url
http://www.mydomain.com.br/threads/26-04-revolution-trainer-elsword.2369461/

  1. /threads/ - the xenforo automatically add the address when accessing this
    one topic.
  2. 26-04-revolution-trainer-elsword - Topic name, even if the xenforo system
    corrects’m wrong
  3. 2369461 - Most importantly, the topic ID

Every request below /forum/ will be redirected (if it matches this
pattern) or return 404 (if it does not). You may prefer to change the
404 to return a redirect to /threads/, for example.

===
location ^~ /forum/ {
location ~ ^/forum/[^/]/([0-9])-(.*).html$ {
return 301 /threads/$2.$1/;
}
return 404;
}

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Francis D. [email protected]

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