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Re: Is there a length limitation on file extensions?

March 09, 2016 01:06PM
yes, nginx -t reports OK.
I tried the empty types block with default_type as suggested - no change to the behavior.
I verified that there is no other block processing the request. There is no other block that uses that certificate on port 443, and the port 8080 is used for that server block only. I also added an access_log to that server block redirecting output to a different file, and yes, the output goes to that different file. I even defined my own log_format that logs $sent_http_content_type, and it reports application/x-ms-application for http, and - when using https...
Any other idea what to try or check?
Thanks a lot!
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Is there a length limitation on file extensions?

j.o.l March 07, 2016 05:04PM

Re: Is there a length limitation on file extensions?

A. Schulze March 07, 2016 05:36PM

Re: Is there a length limitation on file extensions?

j.o.l March 08, 2016 03:34PM

Re: Is there a length limitation on file extensions?

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Re: Is there a length limitation on file extensions?

j.o.l March 09, 2016 01:06PM

Re: Is there a length limitation on file extensions?

j.o.l March 09, 2016 03:25PM

Re: Is there a length limitation on file extensions?

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