Discussion in 'Resolved Bug Reports' started by cedivad, Oct 13, 2010.
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I can't reproduce this. Given that the error that's occurring appears to be happening before the request gets to XF, I don't know if we can do much about it.
Is there anything in an nginx log file?
Not exactly. If an error in the php script appears, the server returns back the server's error page, not the xf error page. It's configured to act like that.
However, just tried, in my localhost server that dosen't happens. So it must be my error, somehow.
Well, you can look at the server error log in XF. But generally speaking, overwriting our error messages with the server messages is not a particularly good idea - we can give specific, useful messages (and be nicer to your end users too).
True during development, but it's better not to show any kind of error to the final user
At least for me.
Unfornatelly, i get no error from the nginx error log. (don't makes a lot of sense, i know)
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