Is this a nginx problem or phpmyadmin's?
kiswono at gmail.com
Tue Nov 17 04:26:58 MSK 2009
maybe something wrong with your rewrite rule?
On Tue, Nov 17, 2009 at 8:16 AM, xrfang <nginx-forum at nginx.us> wrote:
> I put phpmyadmin on my nginx powered vps. Every time I login to phpmyadmin,
> the server portion of the url will be appended a dot (.) this works the
> first time, but will quickly fail because it keeps adding dots every time I
> login/logout. E.g.
> The login page is:
> After a successful login, it becomes:
> http://mysql.mydomain.com./index.php?session=12341243... <-- Note the dot
> after "com"
> If I logout and login again, it becomes:
> http://mysql.mydomain.com../index.php?session=12341243... <-- Note the two
> dots after "com"
> Now this will definitely fail. Some time, may be phpmyadmin is doing
> internal redirection (I am not sure), this double dot problem appears
> instantly after I login, and firefox shows me a failure page.
> Thank you!
> Posted at Nginx Forum:
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