This is most definitely a valid request and, in fact, we’ve been doing some research on this topic for quite some time. There is no ETA at the moment, but we would really appreciate you voting for this request so that we can accurately assess its popularity relative to other features. Thanks in advance!
Unsubscribing from this thread and moving away from Plesk for failing to adapt to modern needs...
@Julien you're right! Without the "Serve static files directly by nginx" selected it doesn't need any fiddling around. Thought you said to leave that on on the first place...
Was thinking to start moving into production some net core apps with those custom settings but I'm now wondering what will happen when official support is added?
Any ETA or will we be able to ride with these custom settings for a while? :P
@Julien thanks for sharing that config, it is a bit fiddly as you said but it ended up working for me too!
Just wondering how you manage to load your web's index?
My dotnet app has it's index on URL/index so had to make an index.html file on that web's home dir, so URL/index.html redirects to URL/index
photon LIGHT, I believe you're wrong about installing Kestrel and updating it. The host system only needs to have the net core SDK installed, then each web app you run will create it's own Kestrel process which should then get proxied by nginx.
On the host side the only versions we would need to manage/choose from should be the net core sdk.
MSSQL on linux servers would also be an amazing add but that's for another request and not strictly necessary at this point probably.Bruno supported this idea ·