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Configure Nginx 1.2 as proxy for Jira 5

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By default Jira runs on a certain port, in this example at port 8090. It is accessible by http://example.com:8090/. This tutorial will make the Jira application available at port 80 with jira as path like: http://example.com/jira. Two configurations are possible, with or without SSL.

Make sure you perform all actions as root.

Without SSL

Change the file /opt/atlassian/jira/conf/server.xml file with:

nano /opt/atlassian/jira/conf/server.xml

Search for the part <Service name=”Catalina”> and make it look like:

<Service name="Catalina">         <Connector port="8090"            

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Varnish 3 – Exclude a virtual host

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If you have multiple virtual hosts on your webserver, installing Varnish will cause all virtual hosts to be cached. With VCL it’s possible to exclude some virtual hosts.

sudo nano /etc/varnish/default.vcl
sub vcl_recv {     # Don't cache domain1.com or domain2.org - optional www     if (req.http.host ~ "(www\.)?(domain1.com|domain2.org)\.(com|nl|org|dev|local)") {         return (pass);     } } sub vcl_deliver {     # You can optionally set a reponse header so it's easier for you to debug

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