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batch.css / batch.js:1 Failed to load resource - 404 (Not Found)

Hello, I have installed Bamboo 7.1.2 using MySQL on a Linux server (Ubuntu 18). The instance is secured behind nginx using SSL. I can access the site and have been able to set it up through the initial wizard. 

However, the site is not loading its style and JS scripts, concretely these two: batch.css and batch.js.

Both are not found by the Chrome browser, which shows a 404 (not found) error when it tries to locate the above files from the following paths (BASE_URL should be replaced by the real domain):



Without having the above properly loaded, I can barely do anything on the site (see attachment).

Could somebody help me solving this issue, please? 




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Danyal Iqbal
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Nov 04, 2020

do you see the same error when bypassing the proxy server e.g over localhost`?

Hi @Danyal Iqbal 

Thanks for your reply.

I need the proxy server running at all times, so I guess I can't test your suggestion. When I first run Bamboo without securing it behind nginx, I could not access it at all with the default url:


After I linked it with nginx, I had access to it.

Your comment has lead me to the following chat regarding nginx not serving static files:

Do you think this is the solution to the problem?

location ~* /bamboo/\.(js|jpg|png|css)$ {
    root path/to/bamboo-install/;
    expires 365d;


I have tried by adding to nginx:

location ~* /bamboo/\.(js|jpg|png|css)$ {
    root path/to/bamboo-install/;
    expires 365d;

But it does not fix the issue.

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