Static files not requested



I have a multi docker contained architecture set up to run Omeka. I have Omeka running in a contained with php and apache2 on. I have a separate mysql container and a separate nginx container.

When I connect directly to the omeka container everything works correctly.

When I connect to the omeka contained through the nginx container it can’t find the static files. The problem appears to be that in nginx I am proxying to omeka only when I have a directory in the url. The nginx redirect looks like this:

        location /sw/ {
            proxy_set_header X-Real-IP  $remote_addr;
            proxy_set_header X-Forwarded-For $remote_addr;
            proxy_set_header Host $host;
            proxy_pass http://omeka/;

The PHP files are served correctly, but static files are lost - I believe this is because omeka does not know it needs to add the directory to all the file requests (e.g. instead of http://mysite/style.css it should be http://mysite/sw/style.css).

Is there any way to set a subfolder in all static file (i.e. js, css, jpeg, etc) requests?


I’m not super familiar with nginx configuration, but the issue here is that you’re having users from the outside request a different path than what you’re sending to Omeka: that’s going to affect more than just the static file requests but probably any links/URLs of any kind.

I seem to remember that nginx might preserve the original path if you omit the trailing slash you have on your proxy_pass directive? (But then your actual server serving Omeka would need to be set up to serve requests for /sw/).

One very simple option is just to move the Omeka installation under that same path, so the paths are the same between the proxy server and the “real” one.