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I have the following directory structure for my websites:

/var/www/sitename/subdomain/(public|log)

e.g /var/www/stackoverflow.com/careers/public/index.html

Can I make a single generic nginx configuration to do this? So that every domain is mapped to the right directory? I would not like to edit my nginx configuration for every website I add.

The root domain can always be mapped to the www subdomain.

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The response you would get from the people who've used nginx the longest (in the IRC and on the mailing list) is to generate your configuration file automatically as it will work faster. – Martin Fjordvald May 6 '10 at 10:46

See this - http://cafuego.net/2009/07/15/playing-nginx

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Thanks, this example is more accurate. – ringø Dec 18 '10 at 14:12
    
Please, give a small abstract here in the answer. That prevents this information from getting lost in the future. – Peter Smit Mar 16 '11 at 10:44

See here

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The link you provided is dead. Could you update the link and give a small abstract here in the answer? – Peter Smit Mar 16 '11 at 10:43
    
It was link to my answer to another question -- it seems died along with the question. I've updated the answer with another link – Alexander Azarov Mar 23 '11 at 8:22

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