I used the one-click drupal droplet and then updated via drush to the latest drupal version. I noticed when I put the site into maintenance mode the standard drupal maintenance page and text is not displayed. Instead Im getting an Nginx error page. I would prefer to show the standard drupal maintenance page like intended. Anyone know how I can use drupals built in maintenance page without disturbing Nginx 503 page?
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