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nginx—magento is not accessible” and Error parsing body - doesn’t seem to be a chunked message
 
bossgaroove
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Hello,
I want to use magento with nginx server,
I have checked this wiki page:
http://www.magentocommerce.com/wiki/1_-_installation_and_configuration/configuring_nginx_for_magento
and successfully reached the installation page,
but message

The URL {URL} is not accessible.
Error parsing body - doesn\’t seem to be a chunked message

I have tried to modified the scripts according to page
http://www.magentocommerce.com/boards/viewthread/9351/
but seems no help.

Is that error occured by nginx config file or any other issue?

I\’m using magento 1.6.2.0 (actually same issue on 1.7.0.0)
nginx 1.3.0
php 5.4.3

Thanks

 
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MagenX
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hi
if its your production server i can help you
let me see

cheers

 
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Mr P.
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Hi bossgaroove.

I have exactly the same issue, nginx 1.2 and Magento 1.6.2.

Did you found any workaround ?

Mr P.

 
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bossgaroove
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I checked “Skip Base URL validation before next step” in the step which inputting SQL username and password,
and the installation just gone through smoothly.

I don’t think I have fixed anything, but that’s work for me.
I can now add categories, products, installing extensions,
seems works well

 
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Mr P.
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Thanks. Works for me too for now, I’ll get back if I found some issues.

 
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akewmagento
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I checked “Skip Base URL validation before next step” in the step which inputting SQL username and password,
and the installation just gone through smoothly.

nice answer !!

 
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Tim_
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Checking “Skip Base URL Validation Before the Next Step” is also the solution for Lighttd server.
Seems like non-apache servers have some trouble here.

 
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