Tutorial :Why do I get a 404 error when I try to access my rails site using https?



Question:

My server is currently hosting a php site. This site uses ssl for certain pages already. Now I am transitioning over to rails, and all my new rails apps go into a subfolder. Passenger is setup and and my app works great. One problem, If i try to go to these pages using ssl, I get a 404 error. Apparently apache is looking for the literal folder instead of handing it off to Passenger as it normally does. What am I missing?


Solution:1

Apache for the SSL (port 443) site is probably not set up for Passenger in the same way as for the "normal" (port 80) site.


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