Is directive alias incompatible with module FastCGI?
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Tue Aug 17 17:15:47 MSD 2010
at first let me thank you for developing NginX! I use NginX 0.8.48, PHP
5.3.3 with inbuilt php-fpm version 0.6.5 on CentOS 5.5.
But there is one problem I have been trying to solve for hours without
success: I want that PHP only gets parsed in an "aliased" subfolder but
not in the parent location. Is this even possible?
I tried to achieve my aim in several ways, including this one:
index index.html index.php;
# Igor's suggestion from June 2009:
location ~ /test/
location ~ ^/test/(.+\.php)$
fastcgi_param SCRIPT_FILENAME $request_filename;
location ~* \.(css|js|jpg|jpeg|gif|png|cur|bmp)$
PHP should only get parsed in
but not in
because another person has access to
[color=#CC3300]/var/www/example/html/[/color] via chrooted SFTP, too.
Unfortunately, index.php in
[color=#0033CC]subdomain.example.com/test/[/color] (at the moment a
simple [color=#999999]<?php phpinfo(); ?>[/color]) doesn't get parsed
but is provided for download by Chromium, while Opera shows the source
code of the PHP file.
I also tried to nest "[i]location[/i]" directives and to work with
"[i]if[/i]", but that didn't work either. For example:
location ~* /test/
if ($uri ~ "\.php$")
I know that I could simply use a different subdomain for phpmyadmin, but
I wonder if it's possible to use FastCGI / PHP together with the
Any help is appreciated, and if you'd like to see my complete config
files, just let me know.
Kind greetings from Austria!
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