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[22:49:29] morsik: Hello there. I'm running GitLab through uWSGI, but I just discovered funny thing. When i specify "Host" header in http request i'm getting reply from Rails. But when I don't (for eg: curl http://127.0.0.1:8001 for internal purposes) - I'm getting "Not Found: /" from rails app (it's from rails for sure cause I see X-Cascade header in reply)
[22:49:49] morsik: My question is: is this somehow configurable in Rails? Or it's rather GitLab "feature"?
[23:30:20] morsik: recurrence: asked already, but maybe it's something Rails specific so I asked here too ;)
[15:31:05] morsik: hi, is there any setting in rails that can prevent access to page from some ips? (or allow from only them)
[15:31:32] morsik: strange, but my application stopped working (but works when i'm connecting to itself "localhost" by it's domain)
[15:32:29] morsik: all requests are correctly forwarded to Rails (confirmed with uwsgi and rails application.log) but GitLab somehow returns 403 for everything except server internal connections
[15:33:36] morsik: tubbo: you mean user authentication on web page? nope, tried incognito mode ??? i can't even see login page.
[15:34:51] morsik: tubbo: redis and mysql in my case. gitlab-shell is just executed as normal application
[09:01:43] morsik: i'm trying to update gitlab to latest version and it needs capybara-webkit. well... the problem is that i can't install it for unknown reason: http://pastebin.com/Srpf9wzx
[09:02:56] morsik: i read in capbara-webkit docs that i need Qt, but it even don't try to run configure or anything like that...
[09:05:43] morsik: bnagy: this is log! i pasted it. gen_make.out contains only "/home/git/ruby/bin/ruby extconf.rb"