cdxx at September 28th, 2013 19:00 — #1
So, I've got the bitnami gitlab stack running on a dedicated machine behind a reverse proxy. Everything is working fine except I have to f5 every time I load a page. No server errors, nothing in the logs, just a blank page.
I've tried fiddling with mysql memory settings to no avail. Another thread suggested messing with php.ini but i can't seem to find that in this release.
I'm a bit stumped. Any ideas?
Edit: this is happening in firefox, not chrome. In chrome i get "?ModPagespeed=noscript" appended to my URLs. What's going on here?
Edit2: Well... Looks like this is problem unique to the stable version of FF. Works fine in Aurora and everything else. I'd still appreciate some feedback if anyone can duplicate this.
victor at September 30th, 2013 12:30 — #2
We are shipping mod_pagespeed for our stacks. This Apache module improve the performace, but maybe it is an issue with it and Firefox as you said. You can try disabling it. To do so, change in installdir/apps/gitlab/conf/httpd-app.conf (installdir must be subsituted in all cases for your current installation directory):
Then restart apache:
installdir/ctlscript.sh restart apache
Please, let us know the result.
kris at June 4th, 2014 16:42 — #3
Sorry this is so old, but in case anyone runs into this -- the solution by @victor worked for me.
carlos_corrales at June 5th, 2014 03:55 — #4
Thanks for sharing it @kris!