First off, I have googled the ever-loving s*** out of this problem. I've researched and worked on it. To date, I've not been successful.
My spree site has that familiar link.../admin
For security purposes, I'd prefer that url was inaccessible to the public. I'd prefer that we can obfuscate that traditional admin path to something like....say...../mycustomadmin
Here's what I'm working with:Nginx, Rails 4, AWS application stacks running Ubuntu
--can we do this at the Nginx level?
--maybe this should be handled in the routes.rb file via namespace or scope.. or even match
--what about rails 4 initializers? is there a way to initialize success?
*HINTS and TRYS
-- I looks like the Nginx "internal;" flag would work with an Nginx rewrite. It didn't work.
-- I must consider "/admin" references from third-party gems
If you have any good ideas that work (thus solving the problem), I'll send you an effing edible arrangement.