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mastodon/nanobox/nginx-local.conf

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Add Support for Nanobox (#1709) * Nanobox Support - Added support for running Mastodon using Nanobox, both for local development, and for deployment to production - Dev mode tested and is working properly - Deployment is undergoing test as of this writing. If it works, this line will be amended to state success; if not, one or more subsequent commits will provide fixes. * [nanobox] Resolve Deploy Issues Everything seems to work except routing to the streaming API. Will investigate with the Nanobox staff and make fix commits if needed. Changes made: - Also need `NODE_ENV` in production - Node runs on `:4000` - Use `envsubst` to commit `.env.production` values, since `dotEnv` packages don't always support referencing other variables - Can't precompile assets after `transform` hook, but do this locally so it only has to be done once. - Rails won't create `production.log` on its own, so we do this ourselves. - Some `start` commands run from `/data/` for some reason, so use absolute paths in command arguments * [nanobox] Update Ruby version * [nanobox] Fix db.rake Ruby code style issues * [nanobox] Minor Fixes Some minor adjustments to improve functionality: - Fixed routing to `web.stream` instances - Adjust `.env.nanobox` to properly generate a default `SMTP_FROM_ADDRESS` via `envsubst` - Update Nginx configs to properly support the needed HTTP version and headers for proper functionality (the streaming API doesn't work without some of these settings in place) * [nanobox] Move usage info to docs repo * [nanobox] Updates for 1.2.x - Need to leave out `pkg-config` since Nanobox deploys without Ruby's headers - create a gem group to exclude the gem during Nanobox installs, but allow it to remain part of the default set otherwise - Update cron jobs to cover new/updated Rake tasks - Update `.env.nanobox` to include latest defaults and additions * [nanobox] Fix for nokogumbo, added in 1.3.x Apparently, nokogumbo (pulled in by sanitize, added with `OEmbed Support for PreviewCard` (#2337) - 88725d6) tries to install before nokogiri, despite needing nokogiri available to build properly. Instruct it to use the same settings as nokogiri does when building nokogiri directly, instead of via bundler. * [nanobox] Set NODE_ENV during asset compile The switch to WebPack will rely on the local value of the NODE_ENV evar, so set it to production during asset compilation. * [nanobox] Rebase on master; update Nginx configs - `pkg-config` Gem no longer causes issues in Nanobox, so revert the Gemfile change which allowed excluding it - Update Nginx configuration files with latest recommendations from production documentation - Rebase on master to Get This Merged™ Everything should be golden!
5 years ago
worker_processes 1;
daemon off;
events {
worker_connections 1024;
}
http {
include /data/etc/nginx/mime.types;
sendfile on;
gzip on;
gzip_disable "MSIE [1-6]\.";
gzip_vary on;
Add Support for Nanobox (#1709) * Nanobox Support - Added support for running Mastodon using Nanobox, both for local development, and for deployment to production - Dev mode tested and is working properly - Deployment is undergoing test as of this writing. If it works, this line will be amended to state success; if not, one or more subsequent commits will provide fixes. * [nanobox] Resolve Deploy Issues Everything seems to work except routing to the streaming API. Will investigate with the Nanobox staff and make fix commits if needed. Changes made: - Also need `NODE_ENV` in production - Node runs on `:4000` - Use `envsubst` to commit `.env.production` values, since `dotEnv` packages don't always support referencing other variables - Can't precompile assets after `transform` hook, but do this locally so it only has to be done once. - Rails won't create `production.log` on its own, so we do this ourselves. - Some `start` commands run from `/data/` for some reason, so use absolute paths in command arguments * [nanobox] Update Ruby version * [nanobox] Fix db.rake Ruby code style issues * [nanobox] Minor Fixes Some minor adjustments to improve functionality: - Fixed routing to `web.stream` instances - Adjust `.env.nanobox` to properly generate a default `SMTP_FROM_ADDRESS` via `envsubst` - Update Nginx configs to properly support the needed HTTP version and headers for proper functionality (the streaming API doesn't work without some of these settings in place) * [nanobox] Move usage info to docs repo * [nanobox] Updates for 1.2.x - Need to leave out `pkg-config` since Nanobox deploys without Ruby's headers - create a gem group to exclude the gem during Nanobox installs, but allow it to remain part of the default set otherwise - Update cron jobs to cover new/updated Rake tasks - Update `.env.nanobox` to include latest defaults and additions * [nanobox] Fix for nokogumbo, added in 1.3.x Apparently, nokogumbo (pulled in by sanitize, added with `OEmbed Support for PreviewCard` (#2337) - 88725d6) tries to install before nokogiri, despite needing nokogiri available to build properly. Instruct it to use the same settings as nokogiri does when building nokogiri directly, instead of via bundler. * [nanobox] Set NODE_ENV during asset compile The switch to WebPack will rely on the local value of the NODE_ENV evar, so set it to production during asset compilation. * [nanobox] Rebase on master; update Nginx configs - `pkg-config` Gem no longer causes issues in Nanobox, so revert the Gemfile change which allowed excluding it - Update Nginx configuration files with latest recommendations from production documentation - Rebase on master to Get This Merged™ Everything should be golden!
5 years ago
gzip_proxied any;
gzip_comp_level 6;
gzip_buffers 16 8k;
Add Support for Nanobox (#1709) * Nanobox Support - Added support for running Mastodon using Nanobox, both for local development, and for deployment to production - Dev mode tested and is working properly - Deployment is undergoing test as of this writing. If it works, this line will be amended to state success; if not, one or more subsequent commits will provide fixes. * [nanobox] Resolve Deploy Issues Everything seems to work except routing to the streaming API. Will investigate with the Nanobox staff and make fix commits if needed. Changes made: - Also need `NODE_ENV` in production - Node runs on `:4000` - Use `envsubst` to commit `.env.production` values, since `dotEnv` packages don't always support referencing other variables - Can't precompile assets after `transform` hook, but do this locally so it only has to be done once. - Rails won't create `production.log` on its own, so we do this ourselves. - Some `start` commands run from `/data/` for some reason, so use absolute paths in command arguments * [nanobox] Update Ruby version * [nanobox] Fix db.rake Ruby code style issues * [nanobox] Minor Fixes Some minor adjustments to improve functionality: - Fixed routing to `web.stream` instances - Adjust `.env.nanobox` to properly generate a default `SMTP_FROM_ADDRESS` via `envsubst` - Update Nginx configs to properly support the needed HTTP version and headers for proper functionality (the streaming API doesn't work without some of these settings in place) * [nanobox] Move usage info to docs repo * [nanobox] Updates for 1.2.x - Need to leave out `pkg-config` since Nanobox deploys without Ruby's headers - create a gem group to exclude the gem during Nanobox installs, but allow it to remain part of the default set otherwise - Update cron jobs to cover new/updated Rake tasks - Update `.env.nanobox` to include latest defaults and additions * [nanobox] Fix for nokogumbo, added in 1.3.x Apparently, nokogumbo (pulled in by sanitize, added with `OEmbed Support for PreviewCard` (#2337) - 88725d6) tries to install before nokogiri, despite needing nokogiri available to build properly. Instruct it to use the same settings as nokogiri does when building nokogiri directly, instead of via bundler. * [nanobox] Set NODE_ENV during asset compile The switch to WebPack will rely on the local value of the NODE_ENV evar, so set it to production during asset compilation. * [nanobox] Rebase on master; update Nginx configs - `pkg-config` Gem no longer causes issues in Nanobox, so revert the Gemfile change which allowed excluding it - Update Nginx configuration files with latest recommendations from production documentation - Rebase on master to Get This Merged™ Everything should be golden!
5 years ago
gzip_min_length 500;
gzip_http_version 1.1;
Add Support for Nanobox (#1709) * Nanobox Support - Added support for running Mastodon using Nanobox, both for local development, and for deployment to production - Dev mode tested and is working properly - Deployment is undergoing test as of this writing. If it works, this line will be amended to state success; if not, one or more subsequent commits will provide fixes. * [nanobox] Resolve Deploy Issues Everything seems to work except routing to the streaming API. Will investigate with the Nanobox staff and make fix commits if needed. Changes made: - Also need `NODE_ENV` in production - Node runs on `:4000` - Use `envsubst` to commit `.env.production` values, since `dotEnv` packages don't always support referencing other variables - Can't precompile assets after `transform` hook, but do this locally so it only has to be done once. - Rails won't create `production.log` on its own, so we do this ourselves. - Some `start` commands run from `/data/` for some reason, so use absolute paths in command arguments * [nanobox] Update Ruby version * [nanobox] Fix db.rake Ruby code style issues * [nanobox] Minor Fixes Some minor adjustments to improve functionality: - Fixed routing to `web.stream` instances - Adjust `.env.nanobox` to properly generate a default `SMTP_FROM_ADDRESS` via `envsubst` - Update Nginx configs to properly support the needed HTTP version and headers for proper functionality (the streaming API doesn't work without some of these settings in place) * [nanobox] Move usage info to docs repo * [nanobox] Updates for 1.2.x - Need to leave out `pkg-config` since Nanobox deploys without Ruby's headers - create a gem group to exclude the gem during Nanobox installs, but allow it to remain part of the default set otherwise - Update cron jobs to cover new/updated Rake tasks - Update `.env.nanobox` to include latest defaults and additions * [nanobox] Fix for nokogumbo, added in 1.3.x Apparently, nokogumbo (pulled in by sanitize, added with `OEmbed Support for PreviewCard` (#2337) - 88725d6) tries to install before nokogiri, despite needing nokogiri available to build properly. Instruct it to use the same settings as nokogiri does when building nokogiri directly, instead of via bundler. * [nanobox] Set NODE_ENV during asset compile The switch to WebPack will rely on the local value of the NODE_ENV evar, so set it to production during asset compilation. * [nanobox] Rebase on master; update Nginx configs - `pkg-config` Gem no longer causes issues in Nanobox, so revert the Gemfile change which allowed excluding it - Update Nginx configuration files with latest recommendations from production documentation - Rebase on master to Get This Merged™ Everything should be golden!
5 years ago
gzip_types text/plain text/xml text/javascript text/css text/comma-separated-values application/xml+rss application/xml application/x-javascript application/json application/javascript application/atom+xml;
# Proxy upstream to the puma process
upstream rails {
server 127.0.0.1:3000;
}
# Proxy upstream to the node process
upstream node {
server 127.0.0.1:4000;
}
map $http_upgrade $connection_upgrade {
default upgrade;
'' close;
Add Support for Nanobox (#1709) * Nanobox Support - Added support for running Mastodon using Nanobox, both for local development, and for deployment to production - Dev mode tested and is working properly - Deployment is undergoing test as of this writing. If it works, this line will be amended to state success; if not, one or more subsequent commits will provide fixes. * [nanobox] Resolve Deploy Issues Everything seems to work except routing to the streaming API. Will investigate with the Nanobox staff and make fix commits if needed. Changes made: - Also need `NODE_ENV` in production - Node runs on `:4000` - Use `envsubst` to commit `.env.production` values, since `dotEnv` packages don't always support referencing other variables - Can't precompile assets after `transform` hook, but do this locally so it only has to be done once. - Rails won't create `production.log` on its own, so we do this ourselves. - Some `start` commands run from `/data/` for some reason, so use absolute paths in command arguments * [nanobox] Update Ruby version * [nanobox] Fix db.rake Ruby code style issues * [nanobox] Minor Fixes Some minor adjustments to improve functionality: - Fixed routing to `web.stream` instances - Adjust `.env.nanobox` to properly generate a default `SMTP_FROM_ADDRESS` via `envsubst` - Update Nginx configs to properly support the needed HTTP version and headers for proper functionality (the streaming API doesn't work without some of these settings in place) * [nanobox] Move usage info to docs repo * [nanobox] Updates for 1.2.x - Need to leave out `pkg-config` since Nanobox deploys without Ruby's headers - create a gem group to exclude the gem during Nanobox installs, but allow it to remain part of the default set otherwise - Update cron jobs to cover new/updated Rake tasks - Update `.env.nanobox` to include latest defaults and additions * [nanobox] Fix for nokogumbo, added in 1.3.x Apparently, nokogumbo (pulled in by sanitize, added with `OEmbed Support for PreviewCard` (#2337) - 88725d6) tries to install before nokogiri, despite needing nokogiri available to build properly. Instruct it to use the same settings as nokogiri does when building nokogiri directly, instead of via bundler. * [nanobox] Set NODE_ENV during asset compile The switch to WebPack will rely on the local value of the NODE_ENV evar, so set it to production during asset compilation. * [nanobox] Rebase on master; update Nginx configs - `pkg-config` Gem no longer causes issues in Nanobox, so revert the Gemfile change which allowed excluding it - Update Nginx configuration files with latest recommendations from production documentation - Rebase on master to Get This Merged™ Everything should be golden!
5 years ago
}
# Configuration for Nginx
server {
# Listen on port 8080
listen 8080;
keepalive_timeout 70;
client_max_body_size 80M;
Add Support for Nanobox (#1709) * Nanobox Support - Added support for running Mastodon using Nanobox, both for local development, and for deployment to production - Dev mode tested and is working properly - Deployment is undergoing test as of this writing. If it works, this line will be amended to state success; if not, one or more subsequent commits will provide fixes. * [nanobox] Resolve Deploy Issues Everything seems to work except routing to the streaming API. Will investigate with the Nanobox staff and make fix commits if needed. Changes made: - Also need `NODE_ENV` in production - Node runs on `:4000` - Use `envsubst` to commit `.env.production` values, since `dotEnv` packages don't always support referencing other variables - Can't precompile assets after `transform` hook, but do this locally so it only has to be done once. - Rails won't create `production.log` on its own, so we do this ourselves. - Some `start` commands run from `/data/` for some reason, so use absolute paths in command arguments * [nanobox] Update Ruby version * [nanobox] Fix db.rake Ruby code style issues * [nanobox] Minor Fixes Some minor adjustments to improve functionality: - Fixed routing to `web.stream` instances - Adjust `.env.nanobox` to properly generate a default `SMTP_FROM_ADDRESS` via `envsubst` - Update Nginx configs to properly support the needed HTTP version and headers for proper functionality (the streaming API doesn't work without some of these settings in place) * [nanobox] Move usage info to docs repo * [nanobox] Updates for 1.2.x - Need to leave out `pkg-config` since Nanobox deploys without Ruby's headers - create a gem group to exclude the gem during Nanobox installs, but allow it to remain part of the default set otherwise - Update cron jobs to cover new/updated Rake tasks - Update `.env.nanobox` to include latest defaults and additions * [nanobox] Fix for nokogumbo, added in 1.3.x Apparently, nokogumbo (pulled in by sanitize, added with `OEmbed Support for PreviewCard` (#2337) - 88725d6) tries to install before nokogiri, despite needing nokogiri available to build properly. Instruct it to use the same settings as nokogiri does when building nokogiri directly, instead of via bundler. * [nanobox] Set NODE_ENV during asset compile The switch to WebPack will rely on the local value of the NODE_ENV evar, so set it to production during asset compilation. * [nanobox] Rebase on master; update Nginx configs - `pkg-config` Gem no longer causes issues in Nanobox, so revert the Gemfile change which allowed excluding it - Update Nginx configuration files with latest recommendations from production documentation - Rebase on master to Get This Merged™ Everything should be golden!
5 years ago
root /app/public;
add_header Strict-Transport-Security "max-age=31536000";
Add Support for Nanobox (#1709) * Nanobox Support - Added support for running Mastodon using Nanobox, both for local development, and for deployment to production - Dev mode tested and is working properly - Deployment is undergoing test as of this writing. If it works, this line will be amended to state success; if not, one or more subsequent commits will provide fixes. * [nanobox] Resolve Deploy Issues Everything seems to work except routing to the streaming API. Will investigate with the Nanobox staff and make fix commits if needed. Changes made: - Also need `NODE_ENV` in production - Node runs on `:4000` - Use `envsubst` to commit `.env.production` values, since `dotEnv` packages don't always support referencing other variables - Can't precompile assets after `transform` hook, but do this locally so it only has to be done once. - Rails won't create `production.log` on its own, so we do this ourselves. - Some `start` commands run from `/data/` for some reason, so use absolute paths in command arguments * [nanobox] Update Ruby version * [nanobox] Fix db.rake Ruby code style issues * [nanobox] Minor Fixes Some minor adjustments to improve functionality: - Fixed routing to `web.stream` instances - Adjust `.env.nanobox` to properly generate a default `SMTP_FROM_ADDRESS` via `envsubst` - Update Nginx configs to properly support the needed HTTP version and headers for proper functionality (the streaming API doesn't work without some of these settings in place) * [nanobox] Move usage info to docs repo * [nanobox] Updates for 1.2.x - Need to leave out `pkg-config` since Nanobox deploys without Ruby's headers - create a gem group to exclude the gem during Nanobox installs, but allow it to remain part of the default set otherwise - Update cron jobs to cover new/updated Rake tasks - Update `.env.nanobox` to include latest defaults and additions * [nanobox] Fix for nokogumbo, added in 1.3.x Apparently, nokogumbo (pulled in by sanitize, added with `OEmbed Support for PreviewCard` (#2337) - 88725d6) tries to install before nokogiri, despite needing nokogiri available to build properly. Instruct it to use the same settings as nokogiri does when building nokogiri directly, instead of via bundler. * [nanobox] Set NODE_ENV during asset compile The switch to WebPack will rely on the local value of the NODE_ENV evar, so set it to production during asset compilation. * [nanobox] Rebase on master; update Nginx configs - `pkg-config` Gem no longer causes issues in Nanobox, so revert the Gemfile change which allowed excluding it - Update Nginx configuration files with latest recommendations from production documentation - Rebase on master to Get This Merged™ Everything should be golden!
5 years ago
location / {
try_files $uri @rails;
}
# Proxy connections to rails
location @rails {
proxy_set_header Host $host;
proxy_set_header X-Real-IP $remote_addr;
proxy_set_header X-Forwarded-For $proxy_add_x_forwarded_for;
proxy_set_header X-Forwarded-Proto https;
proxy_set_header Proxy "";
Add Support for Nanobox (#1709) * Nanobox Support - Added support for running Mastodon using Nanobox, both for local development, and for deployment to production - Dev mode tested and is working properly - Deployment is undergoing test as of this writing. If it works, this line will be amended to state success; if not, one or more subsequent commits will provide fixes. * [nanobox] Resolve Deploy Issues Everything seems to work except routing to the streaming API. Will investigate with the Nanobox staff and make fix commits if needed. Changes made: - Also need `NODE_ENV` in production - Node runs on `:4000` - Use `envsubst` to commit `.env.production` values, since `dotEnv` packages don't always support referencing other variables - Can't precompile assets after `transform` hook, but do this locally so it only has to be done once. - Rails won't create `production.log` on its own, so we do this ourselves. - Some `start` commands run from `/data/` for some reason, so use absolute paths in command arguments * [nanobox] Update Ruby version * [nanobox] Fix db.rake Ruby code style issues * [nanobox] Minor Fixes Some minor adjustments to improve functionality: - Fixed routing to `web.stream` instances - Adjust `.env.nanobox` to properly generate a default `SMTP_FROM_ADDRESS` via `envsubst` - Update Nginx configs to properly support the needed HTTP version and headers for proper functionality (the streaming API doesn't work without some of these settings in place) * [nanobox] Move usage info to docs repo * [nanobox] Updates for 1.2.x - Need to leave out `pkg-config` since Nanobox deploys without Ruby's headers - create a gem group to exclude the gem during Nanobox installs, but allow it to remain part of the default set otherwise - Update cron jobs to cover new/updated Rake tasks - Update `.env.nanobox` to include latest defaults and additions * [nanobox] Fix for nokogumbo, added in 1.3.x Apparently, nokogumbo (pulled in by sanitize, added with `OEmbed Support for PreviewCard` (#2337) - 88725d6) tries to install before nokogiri, despite needing nokogiri available to build properly. Instruct it to use the same settings as nokogiri does when building nokogiri directly, instead of via bundler. * [nanobox] Set NODE_ENV during asset compile The switch to WebPack will rely on the local value of the NODE_ENV evar, so set it to production during asset compilation. * [nanobox] Rebase on master; update Nginx configs - `pkg-config` Gem no longer causes issues in Nanobox, so revert the Gemfile change which allowed excluding it - Update Nginx configuration files with latest recommendations from production documentation - Rebase on master to Get This Merged™ Everything should be golden!
5 years ago
proxy_pass_header Server;
proxy_pass http://rails;
proxy_buffering off;
proxy_redirect off;
proxy_http_version 1.1;
proxy_set_header Upgrade $http_upgrade;
proxy_set_header Connection $connection_upgrade;
tcp_nodelay on;
}
# Proxy connections to node
location /api/v1/streaming {
proxy_set_header Host $host;
proxy_set_header X-Real-IP $remote_addr;
proxy_set_header X-Forwarded-For $proxy_add_x_forwarded_for;
proxy_set_header X-Forwarded-Proto https;
proxy_set_header Proxy "";
Add Support for Nanobox (#1709) * Nanobox Support - Added support for running Mastodon using Nanobox, both for local development, and for deployment to production - Dev mode tested and is working properly - Deployment is undergoing test as of this writing. If it works, this line will be amended to state success; if not, one or more subsequent commits will provide fixes. * [nanobox] Resolve Deploy Issues Everything seems to work except routing to the streaming API. Will investigate with the Nanobox staff and make fix commits if needed. Changes made: - Also need `NODE_ENV` in production - Node runs on `:4000` - Use `envsubst` to commit `.env.production` values, since `dotEnv` packages don't always support referencing other variables - Can't precompile assets after `transform` hook, but do this locally so it only has to be done once. - Rails won't create `production.log` on its own, so we do this ourselves. - Some `start` commands run from `/data/` for some reason, so use absolute paths in command arguments * [nanobox] Update Ruby version * [nanobox] Fix db.rake Ruby code style issues * [nanobox] Minor Fixes Some minor adjustments to improve functionality: - Fixed routing to `web.stream` instances - Adjust `.env.nanobox` to properly generate a default `SMTP_FROM_ADDRESS` via `envsubst` - Update Nginx configs to properly support the needed HTTP version and headers for proper functionality (the streaming API doesn't work without some of these settings in place) * [nanobox] Move usage info to docs repo * [nanobox] Updates for 1.2.x - Need to leave out `pkg-config` since Nanobox deploys without Ruby's headers - create a gem group to exclude the gem during Nanobox installs, but allow it to remain part of the default set otherwise - Update cron jobs to cover new/updated Rake tasks - Update `.env.nanobox` to include latest defaults and additions * [nanobox] Fix for nokogumbo, added in 1.3.x Apparently, nokogumbo (pulled in by sanitize, added with `OEmbed Support for PreviewCard` (#2337) - 88725d6) tries to install before nokogiri, despite needing nokogiri available to build properly. Instruct it to use the same settings as nokogiri does when building nokogiri directly, instead of via bundler. * [nanobox] Set NODE_ENV during asset compile The switch to WebPack will rely on the local value of the NODE_ENV evar, so set it to production during asset compilation. * [nanobox] Rebase on master; update Nginx configs - `pkg-config` Gem no longer causes issues in Nanobox, so revert the Gemfile change which allowed excluding it - Update Nginx configuration files with latest recommendations from production documentation - Rebase on master to Get This Merged™ Everything should be golden!
5 years ago
proxy_pass http://node;
proxy_buffering off;
proxy_redirect off;
proxy_http_version 1.1;
proxy_set_header Upgrade $http_upgrade;
proxy_set_header Connection $connection_upgrade;
tcp_nodelay on;
}
}
error_page 500 501 502 503 504 /500.html;
}