Server_name

I use this:

server {
server_name _;
server_name_in_redirect off;
fastcgi_param SERVER_NAME $server_name;
}

but when I inspect $SERVER[“SERVER_NAME”] I get this "", but I would
like to get the domain name, so I change to this:

fastcgi_param SERVER_NAME $host;

But, is this the right thing to do?

Marcos N.
+55 44 9918-8488

Hi

try use $_SERVER[“HTTP_HOST”] for host, and use “server_name _” for
$_SERVER[“SERVER_NAME”].

I think it’s more right way for your case

2009/11/5 Marcos N. [email protected]:

On 11/20/12 15:31, Gregory E. wrote:

try_files /subdoms/$subdom @fallback;

, - .
fallback.
/subdoms/$subdom - , ?

try_file :

root /subdoms/$subdom;

try_file $uri $uri/ @fallback;


Anton Y.

On 11/20/2012 01:35 PM, Anton Y. wrote:

root /subdoms/$subdom;

try_file $uri $uri/ @fallback;

  • . $subdom . ???

On 11/20/2012 01:46 PM, Gregory E. wrote:

try_file :

root /subdoms/$subdom;

try_file $uri $uri/ @fallback;

  • . $subdom . ???
    /subdoms/$subdom - 100%

On Tue, Nov 20, 2012 at 01:48:59PM +0200, Gregory E. wrote:

try_file :

root /subdoms/$subdom;

try_file $uri $uri/ @fallback;

  • . $subdom . ???
    /subdoms/$subdom - 100%

root /subdoms/$subdom /subdoms/$subdom
. ?

“try_files /subdoms/$subdom” , ,
… try_files root, ,
/.

, :

server {
server_name ~^(.*).example.com$;
location / {
root /tmp/foo/subdoms/$1;
try_files $uri $uri/ =404;
}

$ grep ^ /tmp/foo/subdoms/test*/*
/tmp/foo/subdoms/test1/foo:foo
/tmp/foo/subdoms/test1/index.html:this is test1
/tmp/foo/subdoms/test2/index.html:this is test2
$ curl http://test1.example.com:8000/
this is test1
$ curl http://test2.example.com:8000/
this is test2
$ curl http://test1.example.com:8000/foo
foo

( ,
.)

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