Tried again with a 3rd webserver this time on Lightsail, exactly the same result. If it’s not working with default setups via DO and Lightsail I would say this needs a look at in more detail. I can’t be the only one who hits a brick wall?
PHP 7 with Apache via a Bitnami deployment on Lightsail.
I’ve tried both the stable and edge release with the same result. Any attempt to call /save/ results in a 404 if a parameter is sent alongside the token.
No addons installed this is a clean install of cockpit
Maybe I understood your issue now. Do you try to save _id=1 with the numeric “1” or is the “1” a placeholder for a mongodb id. It should look like this: _id=5d271cab33386214e40002ad.
After I tried to save it with the numeric id, I got a 404 as well.
If you try to save a new entry, you don’t have to send a _id with your request. It will be generated automatically.
this is not a MongoDB the ID=1 corresponds to a record I would like to update. I’ve also tried without an id as well and get a 404. It seems as any data is included in the url it throws a 404.
Give it a try spin-up an instance on Lightsail and use the standard install method not a docker and you will see what I mean. Same error on EC2 and Digital Ocean. I think the install info needs updating to include what ever this issue us.