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What is the reason why nginx is unable to locate static files when passed with a subdirectory?

asked 2022-12-26 11:00:00 +0000

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answered 2021-06-12 20:00:00 +0000

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There could be several reasons why nginx is unable to locate static files when passed with a subdirectory, including:

  1. Incorrect file path: The file path provided to nginx may be incorrect or incomplete, causing it to look in the wrong directory or not find the file at all.

  2. Incorrect server configuration: The server configuration may be incorrect or incomplete, causing nginx to not properly recognize the subdirectory or handle requests for static files within it.

  3. Permission issues: Nginx may not have the necessary permissions to access the files in the subdirectory, resulting in it being unable to locate the static files.

  4. Caching issues: If caching is enabled on the server, nginx may be serving cached versions of the static files instead of the updated versions stored in the subdirectory.

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