[rt-users] RT in a subdirectory (nginx)

Borut Mrak b at aufbix.org
Fri May 23 12:55:24 EDT 2014

Hello everyone,

I had to move my RT installation from subdomain to a directory on the 
domain website (support.example.com -> example.com/support).

Unfortunately, I wasn't able to do it with nginx since all the nginx 
examples are for installation in the root of the website, even 
rt-extension-nginx has some placeholders in the templates, but in 
reality it does not work if WebPath is set.

I solved my problem temporarily by installing Apache (mod_fastcgi to 
externally run rt-server.fcgi - the same one as nginx would use) and 
reverse-proxying the RT subdir from nginx, but it's really not something 
I'd like to keep in the long term.

Has anybody managed to configure nginx for RT in this way? If not, I'll 
investigate what differences there are in FastCGI requests between 
Apache and nginx and how to fix it, but I'd rathern not reinvent the wheel.

best regards,
Borut Mrak.
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