August 19, 2014 07:30PM

in a single server block listening on both 80 and 443 ssl, currently in production, I want to start redirecting all HTTP GET requests to HTTPS ... but keep serving non-GET requests on HTTP for a little while, so as not to bork form posts and such made by clients from pages loaded on HTTP before the change.

This can probably be accomplished by either:

(a) using the kludgy multi-condition if-hack (checking both $scheme = http and $request_method = GET) as in

(b) duplicating the server block, one for HTTP and one HTTPS, and adding an if ($request_method = GET) block in the HTTP one?

... but is there some neater way?

Thanks, best regards,

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Starting to redirect HTTP to HTTPS without breaking POST requests

gthb August 19, 2014 07:30PM

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