nginx 0.8.47 php-fpm error_page not working - SOLVED
mike503 at gmail.com
Tue Aug 10 04:27:20 MSD 2010
I don't consider it a "feature" though.
This is one thing that bugs me about Chrome. At least IE has settings
like "show friendly error pages" and such. It makes debugging things a
pain when browsers assume their own custom behaviors when certain
standards (yes, I consider error pages a standard in compliance with
RFC) are to be interpreted.
I'll see what I'm doing with msie_padding, but I don't want to break
something in IE for Chrome, and vice versa!
On Mon, Aug 9, 2010 at 5:16 PM, Eugaia <ngx.eugaia at gmail.com> wrote:
> It's a 'feature' of Chrome, IE and probably some other browsers too.
> If you're using version < 0.8.25, or msie_padding is set to 'off', then
> padding up to 512 bytes won't be done for Chrome when error pages are
> On 09/08/2010 22:39, Michael Shadle wrote:
>> You should submit a bug to chromium and give us the URL. I will also add
>> feedback/bump it. That is somewhat irresponsible of them to "assume"
>> On Aug 9, 2010, at 9:27 AM, "nginx_newbie"<nginx-forum at nginx.us> wrote:
>>> Dear Igor,
>>> Problem Solved!!!!
>>> Chrome does not show very small page [with less than 500 bytes] to the
>>> browser and the browser simply generates its own error message. This
>>> is not a problem with the web server, rather a feature / problem with
>>> Many thanks for your guessing.... It was indeed the problem with
>>> It works great in Firefox. It was my mistake having not tried to access
>>> the page
>>> Firefox earlier. Anyways, thanks again for your time and efforts.
>>> Looking forward to be of help to others in future after I get used to
>>> using nginx.
>>> Keep up the great work going and wish you all the best for the growth
>>> development of nginx.
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