Nginx allready is configured to serve https.
But when loading page over https on chrome I get:
“Mixed Content: The page at ‘’ was loaded over HTTPS, but requested an insecure script ‘’. This request has been blocked; the content must be served over HTTPS”
and on developer tools network tab shows:
We are running services on kubernets and using helm chart to deploy the graylog. I think I should enable the tls for the graylog, and link the cert and key from the nginx (stored in secrets) ?
…not totally sure how to give the key and cert with helm chart. Trying to set it up following this: graylog 1.7.9 · KongZ/kong-z
(in this example cert and key are stored as strings, but how to do this on helm chart?)
On helm chart I’m able to get key and cert as string from the nginx secrets.
Like: “-----BEGIN CERTIFICATE----- …” and " -----BEGIN EC PRIVATE KEY----- …"
As I try to set them to graylog on helm:
I end up with error (as the cert is the first):
bad flag syntax: -----BEGIN CERTIFICATE-----
How should I use the cert and to enable the https?
I guess the correct way to set up https is to enable tls?
If I enable the tls, how should the key and cert be given to graylog?