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is there a way to avoid output body when a request is calling for a vhost that not exist?

tOmasEn
December 05, 2009 12:32PM
is there a way to avoid output body when a request is calling for a vhost
that not exist?

Normally when user send a request to nginx server for a server name doesn't
exits on nginx server, nginx will reply "Bad Hostname".

If you (me) add following lines :

server {
listen 80;
server_name _;
location / {
return 404;
}
}

some cases of nginx return 404, some return 403.

And in all cases, nginx return a html error page with error message in body.

Is there a way just return 404 and do not return any more error message when
user request for a server name which does not exist? OR EVEN BETTER, just
don't return anything like the server is dead to those request?

Thanks for any suggestion. I love nginx.

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Subject Author Posted

is there a way to avoid output body when a request is calling for a vhost that not exist?

tOmasEn December 05, 2009 12:32PM

Re: is there a way to avoid output body when a request is calling for a vhost that not exist?

Igor Sysoev December 05, 2009 12:56PM

Re: is there a way to avoid output body when a request is calling for a vhost that not exist?

tOmasEn December 05, 2009 11:42PM

Re: is there a way to avoid output body when a request is calling for a vhost that not exist?

Igor Sysoev December 06, 2009 04:40AM



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