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Is there any nginx module that will provide Cherokee-like web administration panel? It will be very helpful to manage virtual servers and another stuff.

I'm looking for it because I love nginx for this speed and simplicity but Cherokee has great management WebUI.

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I'm not aware of any nginx module, but there are some cPanel-like admin panels that support nginx. Right off the top of my head, I know of Froxlor and ehcp. I think cPanel supports nginx via a plugin and from some researching I did a few months back I read that Plesk was going to support it, as well.

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I would not recommend to use cPanel with nginx! If you need an nginx GUI choose froxlor. I've reviewed the two most used modules adding nginx to cPanel and I was shocked by the lack of security in those concepts as well as the poor code quality. Besides this at least one of the just adds nginx as a proxy for the cPanel driven apache. So better choose a panel that supports it directly – justlovingIT Mar 5 '14 at 20:54

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