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How to reverse-proxy virtual directories to several backend servers?

Posted by nikola 
How to reverse-proxy virtual directories to several backend servers?
September 25, 2011 05:21PM
Hello everyone,

I am trying to setup nginx and would like to have the following setup:

a. mydomain.com/companyA requests go to localhost:8000
b. mydomain.com/companyB requests go to localhost:8001
c. mydomain.com is a PHP-based web site located in /opt/www/mydomain.com

I would also like to be able to modify the nginx config on the fly when adding new companies, for example mydomain.com/companyC requests to go to localhost:8002.

Can I also serve the static content from a single directory for all those web sites? I only need to handle mydomain.com/companyA/handler.yaws and refirect the requests to it to localhost:8000. The rest of the web site is static. How can I do that?

Thanks in advance for the help.
Re: How to reverse-proxy virtual directories to several backend servers?
October 06, 2011 10:09AM
Hello Team,

Is there any body to help on this topic ?
We are talking about NGINX REVERSE PROXY that is one of the NGINX feature. No ?
Thanks a lot to any one can help on this request. There many similar request BUT no answer.

Regards
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How to reverse-proxy virtual directories to several backend servers?
September 25, 2011 05:21PM Registered: 12 days ago
Posts: 1
Hello everyone,

I am trying to setup nginx and would like to have the following setup:

a. mydomain.com/companyA requests go to localhost:8000
b. mydomain.com/companyB requests go to localhost:8001
c. mydomain.com is a PHP-based web site located in /opt/www/mydomain.com

I would also like to be able to modify the nginx config on the fly when adding new companies, for example mydomain.com/companyC requests to go to localhost:8002.

Can I also serve the static content from a single directory for all those web sites? I only need to handle mydomain.com/companyA/handler.yaws and refirect the requests to it to localhost:8000. The rest of the web site is static. How can I do that?

Thanks in advance for the help.
Re: How to reverse-proxy virtual directories to several backend servers?
October 06, 2011 01:57PM
Don't bother anymore, as you can see there are houndred of non-answered topics, maybe if you will pay the dev then you may get some support.
Re: How to reverse-proxy virtual directories to several backend servers?
October 07, 2011 05:18AM
Hello All

Sorry about that ...
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