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_debugbar being used without APP_URL context #1508

eresonance opened this issue Jun 24, 2019 · 1 comment


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commented Jun 24, 2019

Describe the bug
I'm running the docker version of bookstack (linuxserver/bookstack) and am running it in a context via a separate proxy server:


Apache proxy config:

  ProxyPass        /bookstack http://otherhost:9020 nocanon
  ProxyPassReverse /bookstack http://otherhost:9020

Bookstack tries to grab files from http://host/_debugbar:


Which will return 404s.

Expected behavior
Should grab those files at paths under the bookstack/ context:


Your Configuration (please complete the following information):

  • Exact BookStack Version (Found in settings): BookStack v0.26.2
  • PHP Version: Not sure, comes with docker
  • Hosting Method (Nginx/Apache/Docker): Docker @ linuxserver/bookstack

I've worked around this by adding the following extra proxy rules:

  ProxyPass        /bookstack http://otherhost:9020 nocanon
  ProxyPassReverse /bookstack http://otherhost:9020
  ProxyPass        /_debugbar http://otherhost:9020/_debugbar nocanon
  ProxyPassReverse /_debugbar http://otherhost:9020/_debugbar

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commented Jun 24, 2019

Thanks for reporting @eresonance,
The debugbar is not really something intended to be in production or officially supported. The behavior where it was auto-enabled when in debug mode was not really intended and has now been updated to be disabled by default. That said, while I was there, I have updated the config so the debugbar should take APP_URL into account.

If wanted, the debugbar can be enabled via setting DEBUGBAR_ENABLED=true in the .env file.

These updates will be in the next release.

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