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I dare say this is a newbie question but I've not found anyone else asking it.

I am going through a steep learning curve having just taken over a site running magento 2.2.6 on magestack on nginx (none of which I know!).

There is an extension which is creating a google shopping feed in /pub/feeds/ but although I can download it over ftp, the feed file returns a 404 to a browser so I infer that google won't be able to pull it.

I already hit the same issue trying to verify the site with the google merchant account by uploading a file to the root (which also returned a 404) but I was able to work around that with a tag instead.

nginx doesn't have htaccess files and if it were something every magento operator had to do I think my searching would have turned something up by now, so any pointers to what's going on would be appreciated.

Edit: having set up a fresh install I see that it's not default magento behaviour.

Further Info:

nginx configuration can include location rules to route urls to paths. In this case the magento root is the domain root and the configuration routes requests to eg. domain.com/media/catalog/product/1/1/image.jpg to the path /var/usr/domain/html/pub/media/catalog/product/1/1/image.jpg. It's set up so that any routes without a matching rule return a 404 so that a further location rule would be needed to route requests to pub

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The first thing you should do is determine which directory Magento is using for web root - for example if your Magento rood directory is /usr/share/nginx/html, then either /usr/share/nginx/html or /usr/share/nginx/html/pub might be set as root. Once you sort that out the path for access from the browser should be clear (i.e. something.com/pub/something-in-pub or something.com/something-in-pub).

After that, if you aren't able to reach files I would look at their permissions and possibly nginx rewrite config.

You've probably seen these, but just in case :

Info on Magento 2 docroot

Info on Magento & Nginx

Good luck!

  • Thanks. I already tried example.com/feeds/google.xml as well as example.com/pub/feeds/google.xml and they both give 404 so I'm digging into .conf files and trying to figure the path to nginx. – Brockley John Feb 19 at 22:07
  • This comment might be helpful. If there are docs for the extension generating the feed you might see if they had recommended config. – AreDubya Feb 20 at 7:03

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