I got the upload working with above changes. But when I made the changes I started getting 404 response in file upload which lead me to do further debugging and figured out its a permission issue by checking nginx error.log
I have an ISAPI application running on IIS, which is meant to support uploads of files of any size. On one server, uploads seemingly randomly fail with 413 Request Entity Too Large or time out when using HTTPS, and the only remedy seems to be setting uploadReadAheadSize to a value larger than the uploaded file. This would, however, limit the size of uploaded files to 2GB (the maximum value of uploadReadAheadSize), which is unacceptable.
(NOTE: I have seen several similar questions on StackOverflow and here, but in those scenarios, either client certificates are meant to be used, or the application is based on WCF - which ours isn't - or the problem was not independent of uploadReadAheadSize or TLS)
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