I want to use Apache’s mod_proxy to access Metabase as one of several apps on the system. I have other apps that work as mydomian.com/app1, mydomain.com/app2, etc. I’ve configured mod_proxy via the ProxyPass directives, but there is some flakiness to it. The reason has to do with Metabase being the root app. The various links refer to /api, /app, /dash, etc. I would like to set it so that they will refer instead to /metabase/api /metabase/app, /metabase/dash, etc. My proxy config for Metabase so far looks like
You’re replying to a thread that is three years old. You should probably have created a new thread.
If you read the last comment on issue #2090, then you’ll see there’s a bug in the latest release of Metabase (0.33.4), which causes non-root proxying to not work. It will be fixed in 0.33.5
There are many ways doing the configuration for a reverse-proxy (and many different types of software), which is why there isn’t a guide for that.
Since I don’t know which web server you’re planning to use, then I cannot even give you a direct link, but try searching the internet for something like “nginx reverse proxy”