On Fri, Aug 15, 2014 at 02:33:39PM -0300, Andre N. wrote:
The problem with this setup is that if one tries to access, say,
foo.tmpzone.com/blah, Nginx will issue a 301 redirect adding a trailing
slash, but the Location will be set to “www.foo.com/blah/”. This seems
to be due to the proxy_set_header directive, which is needed for the
backend server to find the appropriate virtual host.
Is there any way to override this behavior and have Nginx redirect to
foo.tmpzone.com/blah/ instead? I tried turning on the
server_name_in_redirect directive, but it didn’t work.
Francis D. [email protected]