Thanks for your reply Danon

I have tried to setup local galaxy-server in production mode

The error that I mentioned occurred when I tried to upload file from my pc to 
local galaxy server( galaxy server is also installed in same pc )

and my galaxy server is at the root of the domain ( http://127.0.0.1:8080)

the attached file is screenshot of error and the other attached file is my 
nginx configuration file

Thanks for your effort in helping me

Regards
Jonghui


----- Original Message -----
From:Dannon Baker [dannon.ba...@gmail.com]
To:홍종희 [h...@syntekabio.com]
Cc:Galaxy Dev [galaxy-dev@lists.bx.psu.edu]
Sent:Wed , November 19, 2014 23:19 PM
Subject:Re: [galaxy-dev] galaxy server file upload problem

Hi Johngui,

Can you specify which request is 404'ing -- the exact URL that's being 
attempted?

And, can you provide a little more of your nginx configuration? Is galaxy being 
served at the root of the domain?

-Dannon



On Wed, Nov 19, 2014 at 2:01 AM, 홍종희 < h...@syntekabio.com > wrote:



Hi galaxy-dev members

Recently we're trying to setup the galaxy server in a production mode.

Everything seems to be ok

but when I tried to upload a file it shows error message like this

Failed: Not found(404)

I found one thread in galaxy-dev fourn about this one

It says that it's because of change in proxy server configuration

So I set exactly what was written in Galaxy wiki about nginx configuration 
related to proxy setting like below

set $dst /api/tools;

Should I change some oher configuration ?

Any kind of suggestion would be welcomed

Thanks
Regards
Jonghui

  

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