I use the hugo deploy command to upload to an Azure Blob. That works fine; there are no problems and everything uploads.
But I have an issue with the
404.html page. When I navigate to a page that doesn’t exist in the Blob, this shows in the browser:
At first I thought, an issue in my configuration. So I double-checked everything and searched through the official documentation and various blog posts. But I didn’t find a mistake.
So I opened a MSDN support question. That discussion didn’t help; everything suggested there I have configured properly.
Then I thought, why not upload the
404.html through the web browser. To my surprise, that works fine:
My question: how can I make
hugo deploy upload the
404.html page properly?
The problem does not happen when I upload the exact same website with the Azure CLI. This means:
- The rendered 404.html code is okay.
- My Azure blob is configured properly.
- The authentication happens correctly.
- There is no issue on Azure’s end.
There are no errors when
hugo deploy --maxDeletes -1 Deploying to target "____" (azblob://$web) Identified 7 file(s) to upload, totaling 9.1 kB, and 0 file(s) to delete. Success!
- This is my deployment configuration:
[deployment] [[deployment.targets]] name = "______" URL = "azblob://$web" [[deployment.matchers]] pattern = "^.+\\.(js|css|svg)$" cacheControl = "max-age=31536000, no-transform, public" gzip = true [[deployment.matchers]] pattern = "^.+\\.(png|jpg)$" cacheControl = "max-age=31536000, no-transform, public" gzip = false [[deployment.matchers]] pattern = "^.+\\.(html|xml|json)$" gzip = true
- I use Hugo 0.64 extended.