I replaced all internal links of an eliom web site to https. Now trying to redirect http requests (main page) to the https version?
Best way is to use a reverse proxy like Nginx. E.g., opam.ocaml.org not redirecting to https · Issue #22 · ocaml/opam.ocaml.org · GitHub
The simplest way is to use redirectmod.
Put this in your config file:
<host> section something like:
<redirect fullurl="http://myserver.org/(.*)" dest="https://myserver.org/\1"/>
Thank you @Vincent_Balat.
I tried to use
redirectmod, but I can’t have it work.
In order to simplify my test, I used a
<redirect> tag without regexp (only the http and https urls).
Not sure if I should keep tags for HTTP & HTTPS in the configuration file? (I have both in the conf file)
Not sure if I should use ~https:true when creating my services, before registring them with MY_APP.register. (I did not use them)
As a result, both http and https are currently working. But I can’t have http requests redirected to https.
P.S. Is there any way to have redirectmod emit some output in the log file?
The redirection must be at the beginning of your
Perhaps it’s the cause of your problem?
Ocsigen Server tries all extensions sequentially.
You can try to launch ocsigenserver with option
-vvv to get more logs and understand what happens.
Yes! That was it! my
<eliom> tags where before the
To answer myself:
- I had to keep two
<port>tags (for http and https)
- and I used
~https:truefor all of my services (not sure if it’s needed or not…)
Thank you for your help, despite the small amount of information I provided.
https:true is not necessary. This is only to force some links in http pages to switch to https. But with a redirection of all pages to https, you won’t have any http pages …