Traefik version: 2.0.2
tl;dr: I am trying to redirect
Hi folks, I have a Wekan container being served at (eg)
https://foo.example.com/board via the label:
) && PathPrefix(/board/
So far so good. However, although Wekan supports being served from a directory as opposed to the webroot, doing so breaks the favicon.
I figured I could rewrite around that with ReplacePathRegex. However, no matter what I try for the regex, I cannot seem to to get one that works as intended.
# Fix favicon - "traefik.http.middlewares.fix-favicon.replacepathregex.regex=^/wekan-favicon.png" - "traefik.http.middlewares.fix-favicon.replacepathregex.replacement=/board/wekan-favicon.png" - "traefik.http.routers.wekan.middlewares=fix-favicon"
I have tried several variants, including the entire URL, but cannot hit upon the right regex. All I end up with is either a plain traefik 404, as if the middleware isn't applied or the regex isn't matched; though I can tell it is being applied as it affects the target URL (
https://foo.example.com/board/wekan-favicon.png) which then returns a 404 via Wekan if I specify a lax enough regex.
The Problem: I think the problem is that
https://foo.example.com/wekan-favicon.png obviously does not match the
PathPrefix rule for that router, so it never gets a chance to hit the middleware I have set up.
Is there a way I can get around this? Could I create a router that matches
Host=(https://foo.example.com) and does not route to a service, but triggers a redirect on the path
I'm fairly inexperienced with traefik and still muddling through, so the way forward isn't obvious to me and some of my terminology may be off. If there's anything about the issue I can clarify please let me know, and thanks in advance