My version of HedgeDoc is: 1.8.2
What I expected to happen:
I am running Hedgedoc in a docker container built using the docker-compose file in the documentation with an Nginx reverse proxy in front of it. I clicked the image upload button to insert an image from my local system, expecting it to be displayed in my document.
What actually happened:
When I selected the image to upload, my session was disconnected and when viewing the docker logs, observed the following NodeJS traceback:
2021-06-17T15:40:45.004Z error: uncaughtException: Invalid URL
TypeError [ERR_INVALID_URL]: Invalid URL
at new NodeError (node:internal/errors:363:5)
at onParseError (node:internal/url:536:9)
at new URL (node:internal/url:612:5)
at new URL (node:internal/url:609:22)
at Object.exports.uploadImage (/hedgedoc/lib/web/imageRouter/filesystem.js:28:19)
2021-06-17T15:40:45.004Z error: An uncaught exception has occured.
2021-06-17T15:40:45.004Z error: Invalid URL
2021-06-17T15:40:45.005Z error: Process will exit now.
I confirmed that the file had actually been uploaded to the container under /public/uploads/upload_24d0c142c250f4063c8802697f89c134.png, which could be manually inserted in the page via URL and would display as expected.
I already tried:
I tried setting the CMD_DOMAIN environment variable, but only succeeded in breaking the proxy and making the app unreachable.