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Nginx

Nginx was best known as the go-to event based web server, as it uses threads instead of processes like the popular Apache web server does. Under high loads, such as 100,000 simultaneous connection requests, threads provide much...
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Whether you're dealing with web server difficulties or just want to see what nginx is up to, your best bet is to look in its logs.
Keeping tabs on your web server
Sooner or later you'll want to know more about what your web...
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The End…
Now that you have gone through the whole guide and you have installed and created all of the files needed for your installation, you will need to restart NGINX and PHP-FPM. After you restart both services it will be up...
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The steps in this article guide you through adding pool information to the PHP-FPM setup that you previously completed.
When you entered the command to install PHP-FPM, the system created a default configuration for PHP-FPM. This...
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Well now that we have installing NGINX out of the way, we can proceed to setting up NGINX and PHP-FPM to work on your system.
If you are coming from the world of Apache, NGINX will look like Chinese to you. Though you will see...
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You've gotten your system ready to install PHP-FPM.
Now this is the most complicated and quite possibly the hardest piece to the setup.
Here is the overwhelming and complicated command set that you will need to enter in order to...
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Now that you've read the preface and know what you're getting yourself into, It is time to get your system ready to install NGINX and PHP-FPM.
You can get the source from NGINX and/or add the NGINX repositories to your system....
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Preface
To preface this article, let me say that this is the exact stack that I have set up and am running on a Rackspace Cloud Server, so I know that it is portable and will work on a multitude of different environments. I have...
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In The Beginning
This is a guide on Installing NGINX and PHP-FPM, while running on UNIX File Sockets for your Debian based system.
If this statement is making you wonder why you are here, you are either:
A- Intrigued
B- Google...
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If you decided to install Nginx via source (see the previous article) you would have the latest and greatest version.
However, one disadvantage of installing from source is that init scripts are not created. No problem — let's...
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Contents

1 Ubuntu Hardy - Nginx Virtual Hosts
2 Create the layout
3 index.html
4 Virtual Hosts Layout
5 Virtual Host
6 sites-enabled
7 Restart Nginx
8 Navigate
9 Rinse and Repeat
10 Logs
11 Summary


Ubuntu Hardy - Nginx...
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Contents

1 Ubuntu Hardy - Nginx from source layout
2 Why?
3 Layout
4 Folders
5 Configuration
6 Default vhost
7 Restart
8 Summary


Ubuntu Hardy - Nginx from source layout
Following from the main installing Nginx from source...
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Whether you have installed Nginx using the package manager or from source, you will need to look at the main configuration file and see what may need changing and optimising.
Although I'll make some suggestions, the aim is not to...
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Nginx is a popular lightweight server for those who do not need the bulk and extra services that Apache may offer.
This article will look at installing Nginx on an Ubuntu Hardy Cloud Server using the 'aptitude' package manager....
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Nginx is a popular lightweight server for those who do not need the bulk and extra services that Apache may offer.
This article will look at installing Nginx from source on an Ubuntu Hardy Cloud Server.


Contents

1 Versions
2...
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If you decided to install Nginx via source (see the previous article) you would have the latest and greatest version.
However, one disadvantage of installing from source is that init scripts are not created. No problem, let's go...
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Nginx is a popular lightweight server for those who do not need the bulk and extra services that Apache may offer.
This article will look at installing Nginx from source on a CentOS Cloud Server.


Contents

1 Versions
2...
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Nginx is a popular lightweight server for those who do not need the bulk and extra services that Apache may offer.
This article will look at installing Nginx on a CentOS Server using the 'yum' package manager.


Contents

1 Yum
2...
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Whether you have installed Nginx using the package manager or from source, you will need to look at the main configuration file and see what may need changing and optimizing.
Although I'll make some suggestions, the aim is not...
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Now we have Nginx installed (whether via the package manager or from source) we are in a position to serve multiple domains using Virtual Hosts.
Do note the layout used in this article is explained here - feel free to use the...
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Following from the main installing Nginx from source and creating an init script articles we can now move onto looking at the Nginx layout.
The idea of this article is to change the default layout to one more in keeping with the...
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Nginx is a popular lightweight server for those who do not need the bulk and extra services that Apache may offer.
This article will look at installing Nginx from source on Ubuntu Intrepid, but the instructions should apply to...
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Whether you have installed Nginx using the package manager or from source, you will need to look at the main configuration file and see what may need changing and optimising.
Although I'll make some suggestions, the aim is not to...
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Following from the main installing Nginx from source and creating an init script articles we can now move onto looking at the Nginx layout.
The idea of this article is to change the default layout to one more in keeping with...
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Now we have Nginx installed (whether via the package manager or from source) we are in a position to serve multiple domains using Virtual Hosts.
Do note the layout used in this article is explained here — feel free to use the...
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Contents

1 Ubuntu Hardy - adding an nginx init script
2 Assumption
3 Stop
4 Init script
5 Execute
6 update-rc
7 Start, Stop and Restart
8 Summary


Ubuntu Hardy - adding an nginx init script
If you decided to install Nginx...
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Ubuntu/Debian Linux

The End…
Now that you have gone through the whole guide and you have installed and created all of the files needed for your installation, you will need to restart NGINX and PHP-FPM. After you restart both services it will be up...
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The steps in this article guide you through adding pool information to the PHP-FPM setup that you previously completed.
When you entered the command to install PHP-FPM, the system created a default configuration for PHP-FPM. This...
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Filed in: Cloud Servers
Well now that we have installing NGINX out of the way, we can proceed to setting up NGINX and PHP-FPM to work on your system.
If you are coming from the world of Apache, NGINX will look like Chinese to you. Though you will see...
3 Comments
Filed in: Cloud Servers
You've gotten your system ready to install PHP-FPM.
Now this is the most complicated and quite possibly the hardest piece to the setup.
Here is the overwhelming and complicated command set that you will need to enter in order to...
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Filed in: Cloud Servers
Now that you've read the preface and know what you're getting yourself into, It is time to get your system ready to install NGINX and PHP-FPM.
You can get the source from NGINX and/or add the NGINX repositories to your system....
3 Comments
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Preface
To preface this article, let me say that this is the exact stack that I have set up and am running on a Rackspace Cloud Server, so I know that it is portable and will work on a multitude of different environments. I have...
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In The Beginning
This is a guide on Installing NGINX and PHP-FPM, while running on UNIX File Sockets for your Debian based system.
If this statement is making you wonder why you are here, you are either:
A- Intrigued
B- Google...
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Apache

The End…
Now that you have gone through the whole guide and you have installed and created all of the files needed for your installation, you will need to restart NGINX and PHP-FPM. After you restart both services it will be up...
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The steps in this article guide you through adding pool information to the PHP-FPM setup that you previously completed.
When you entered the command to install PHP-FPM, the system created a default configuration for PHP-FPM. This...
6 Comments
Filed in: Cloud Servers
Well now that we have installing NGINX out of the way, we can proceed to setting up NGINX and PHP-FPM to work on your system.
If you are coming from the world of Apache, NGINX will look like Chinese to you. Though you will see...
3 Comments
Filed in: Cloud Servers
You've gotten your system ready to install PHP-FPM.
Now this is the most complicated and quite possibly the hardest piece to the setup.
Here is the overwhelming and complicated command set that you will need to enter in order to...
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Filed in: Cloud Servers
Now that you've read the preface and know what you're getting yourself into, It is time to get your system ready to install NGINX and PHP-FPM.
You can get the source from NGINX and/or add the NGINX repositories to your system....
3 Comments
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Preface
To preface this article, let me say that this is the exact stack that I have set up and am running on a Rackspace Cloud Server, so I know that it is portable and will work on a multitude of different environments. I have...
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In The Beginning
This is a guide on Installing NGINX and PHP-FPM, while running on UNIX File Sockets for your Debian based system.
If this statement is making you wonder why you are here, you are either:
A- Intrigued
B- Google...
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Most people serve more than one domain on their Cloud Server. Whether for different domain names or different subdomains of the same domain, the procedure is the same.


Contents

1 Overview
2 Procedure
3 Virtual Hosts
4 Multiple...
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Uncategorized

Nginx is a popular lightweight server for those who do not need the bulk and extra services that Apache may offer.
This article will look at installing Nginx on an Ubuntu server using the 'aptitude' package manager.
Using the...
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Ruby on Rails

Having installed the thin web server for Ruby , we can now look at configuring a Nginx vhost to proxy to thin so we can serve our Ruby on Rails application.
The process is easy to follow and easy to repeat for hosting multiple...
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