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Subject [GitHub] [incubator-pagespeed-ngx] ws420 edited a comment on issue #1681: Uncacheable content, preventing rewriting of image
Date Wed, 04 Mar 2020 10:33:32 GMT
ws420 edited a comment on issue #1681: Uncacheable content, preventing rewriting of image
   Strange, I didn't change anything since my last post, I went back to the website and now
I don't see webp anymore. It was definitely working last time I checked
   I contacted Plesk support to get help disabling Nginx. Here is what I was told:
   > By default port 80 is listened by nginx, so after applying this solution, the website
will still be shown as processed by nginx in a web-browser. This is due to the fact that nginx
is working as the front-end proxy for the whole server and it cannot be disabled for the specified
domain. The website will be processed by Apache in fact. Here is an article describing it
in details:
   Thanks for the details about the cache headers. I use ExpiresByType in the htaccess to
set the cache header for each file type, is this the correct way to do it?
   > About nginx proxy... Have you stopped the service? I see it in the Plesk doc
   Done, should be completely stopped now
   > Maybe you have set the FechtHttps directives in the wrong place or your server has
the certificate directory in other place.
   FetchHttps is at the same place as the other pagespeed directives
   Our system is CentOS so according to the guide I think the config is correct
   > 6.- I see you have a rewrite rule to change to
, maybe you need to add an auth directive to cover all variants, some like:
   Done, I added it to the directives, but I still get the 4xx error
   ModPagespeedDomain http*://*
   > What linux distro are you using? If a debian/ubuntu, can you test that /etc/ssl/certs
exists han have files in it? or if a redhat/centos this directory /etc/pki/tls/certs exist
and have a cert.pem file in it?
   CentOS 7.6.1810
   There's no cert.pem file but I think cert.pem supposed to be a symlink to ca-bundle.crt
   Just to make sure I understand: I am not supposed to copy the SSL certificate of my domain
in this folder, right?
   "PageSpeed must be configured to point to a directory identifying trusted Certificate Authorities
(not SSL keys for your domain)"

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