Issue #155 resolved

force_ssl = true -> ssl_error_rx_record_too_long in FF

Dan Dumont
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I'm seeing the server redirect me to https, but it's using the same port. I have a feeling that it's not actually encrypting the traffic...

I don't see a setting to specify the ssl port. I do have a server already running on the default ssl port. Can you make the ssl port configurable?

Comments (3)

  1. Marcin Kuzminski repo owner

    SSL support should be really something that http server will provide, and you should just proxy that into rhodecode. ssl flags in config file is something for links and redirections to works properly.

  2. Dan Dumont reporter

    I see. Then can you re-purpose this ticket so that it's for more doc on that subject?

    Specifically, the setup documentation for "Apache as a subdirectory" I'm not too familiar with apache and I'm getting confused by a few things: <Location /rhodecode> ProxyPass ProxyPassReverse SetEnvIf X-Url-Scheme https HTTPS=1 </Location>

    The ports in that example look odd. What determines what port to put there? Should that be 5000, or really the same as the port identified in the ini?

    What about the /rhodecode after the port? Is this the same value as the Location tag, or is this something else?

    Further down, [filter:proxy-prefix] use = egg:PasteDeploy#prefix prefix = /<someprefix>

    does this <someprefix> match the apache config location? the url after the ProxyPass directives? Both?

  3. Marcin Kuzminski repo owner

    The port is just example if you can put 5000 there as the default

    That is a subdirectory means when You enter you will see tha main page.

    and someprefix should match rhodecode in the example docs.

    I simplified the docs to use <someprefix> and port 5000 i hopes this is more clear

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