Fix for Safari/iOS error NSPOSIXErrorDomain:100

Hello everyone,

I have been running HestiaCP v1.3.2 on Debian 10.6 and nginx is configured in front of apache as a reverse proxy.

Unfortunately, using Safari browser on Mac or iOS devices to access https sites, doesn’t open sites hosted on HestiaCP and displays an error NSPOSIXErrorDomain:100.

This problem is described in many other sites and control panels, e.g. and the fix they recommend works (proxy_hide_header Upgrade).

Here is a quick script I hacked to enable this in all sites hosted on my Hestia installation.

[email protected]:~# cat bin/v-fix-web-domains
# deploy fix for safari browser problem accessing https sites

USERS="$(v-list-users plain | awk '{print $1}')"
for u in ${USERS}; do
        DOMAINS="$(v-list-web-domains ${u} plain | awk '{print $1}')"
        for d in ${DOMAINS}; do
                source /usr/local/hestia/data/users/${u}/web.conf

                if [ "$SSL" == "yes" ]; then
                        echo "proxy_hide_header Upgrade;" > /home/${u}/conf/web/${d}/nginx.ssl.conf_safarifix

nginx -t && systemctl reload nginx

Is there a hook I could use to deploy automatically this nginx snippet when I add a new web domain instead of having to manually run this hacky script every time I add something ?



I have seen the issues mainly when “creating” a video player and wasn’t able to pin point the cause…

I think it might be worth adding it in the templates by default.

If possible please create an pull request via:

You will need to modify the following templates:

Thank you very much @eris!

Here is a pull request for the templates you mentioned

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