Apache Django - Site is https but api, media, static and internal urls in http

You have configured your django application in Apache as https but when you open the web page in browser, still it shows internal urls like media static and API urls in http. You are using internal urls as absolute urls and you have configured https in all required places in settings.py but still no luck. Here is solution for you.

Solution :
You need to make sure apache forwards the client's request scheme as https for Django. You need to add the following line in your virtualhost.
RequestHeader set "X-Forwarded-Proto" expr=%{REQUEST_SCHEME}
RequestHeader set "X-Forwarded-SSL" expr=%{HTTPS}

Restart Apache.

If you are using nginx and you are facing same issue, you need to add similar line in your virtualhost in nginx configuration file.

proxy_set_header X-Forwarded-Proto $scheme;
Restart Nginx.
Now load the web page. All internal urls should be opened as https.

gitlab Error - execute[semodule -i /opt/gitlab/embedded/selinux/rhel/7/gitlab-7.2.0-ssh-keygen.pp] (gitlab::selinux line 20) had an error: Errno::ENOENT: No such file or directory - semodule


While configuring gitlab if you get the above error, it means either the module semodule ( /usr/sbin/semodule) does not exist or the way you are configuring gitlab  does have access to execute the file /usr/sbin/semodule.
Are you using any cron or shell script to configure gitlab?
Because if you are configuring gitlab on terminal by user root, it is not possible you get this error if no respective module is corrupted.

Error executing action `run` on resource 'execute[semodule -i /opt/gitlab/embedded/selinux/rhel/7/gitlab-7.2.0-ssh-keygen.pp]'
Solution :
gitlab has its own bin directory where it has all the necessary executable files.
Default Path of the directory is /opt/gitlab/bin. (You can find this path in gitlab configuration file i.e. /etc/gitlab/gitlab.rb)
Make a soft link for the file.
sudo ln -s /usr/sbin/semodule /opt/gitlab/bin

Now configure gitlab using same methid, you should not get the error.

Orangehrm / Symphony Error - Parse error: syntax error, unexpected ''mo' (T_ENCAPSED_AND_WHITESPACE), expecting ') symfony/cache/orangehrm/prod/config/config_autoload.yml.php

Solution :
1. Check your disk usage, is it filled completely? Empty some space, restart Apache and check again.
2. If above solution is not applicable,
Remove the file symfony/cache/orangehrm/prod/config/config_autoload.yml.php. Now open the page in browser again. It will create new config_autoload.yml.php. Error should be gone now.
Make sure the directory has write permissions to create the file.

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