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Nope It seems that the problem not only in trailing slash. Heres is another domain I want to setup (Joomla CMS is running on it) http://contra.lv, and it also does not work. Same thing happens - redirects. But on port 9091 works - http://contra.lv:9091.
Ok, I think I found the problem. For some reason $_SERVER["HTTP_HOST"] is incorrect - it is getting equal to $remote_addr, but not always... this is weird. I am trying to understand how does this happen, is it nginx, apache or PHP problem?
Oh my, you saved my day $_SERVER["HTTP_HOST"] is correct now and contra.lv is working In fact after adding this line
proxy_set_header X-Forwarded-Host $http_host;
everything it started to work. But in all tutorials about nginx as reverse_proxy there is nothing about this line...
Something still not right in my server configuration... Interesting thing is, that when I add $host to nginx log_format I see there normal host, but it is not forwarded as $host to apache for some reason.