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nginx hack for multiple conditions
if ($request_uri = /) {
set $test A;
}
if ($host ~* teambox.com) {
set $test "${test}B";
}
if ($http_cookie !~* "auth_token") {
set $test "${test}C";
}
if ($test = ABC) {
proxy_pass http://teambox-cms.heroku.com;
break;
}
@escudero89
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escudero89 commented Jun 11, 2019

Awesome man, thanks.

@Azzurite
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Azzurite commented Sep 6, 2019

Seems, you are not familiar with map, or do not like it. More short and elegant:

":" is used just like delimiter, you can use any other symbol not used in checked variables.

map "$request_uri:$host:$http_cookie" $test {
    default 0;
    "/:teambox.com:auth_token"  1;
}

server {
    if ( $test ) {
      proxy_pass http://teambox-cms.heroku.com;
      break;
    }
}

@songsfromthewood Actually no, yours does not match "test.teambox.com" while the original post does.

@boddumanohar
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boddumanohar commented Mar 13, 2020

this is awesome!

@GoodJob
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GoodJob commented Mar 17, 2021

Need explanation.... what actually this does:
if ($host ~* teambox.com) {
set $test "${test}+teambox.com";
}
Does it takes "this".teambox.com or what? Thanks!

How to write this condition?

if ($host *.teambox.com) {
set $subdomain_name = ?;
}

Thanks!

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