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Number of user served by nginx on ubuntu EC2 Instance

commerce web site running, on multiple ec2 instances. The web content is served using nginx and its a ruby on rails application. I am using a load balancer which routes the traffic to the multiple ec2 ...
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Nginx for multiple server on same ip

I have one instance of jboss and one instance of jetty on the same server,so same ip,one is on port 8180 one on 8280.I am planning on setting up nginx on port 80,is it possible to route data to either ...
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apache returns 301 error after apache & php upgrade on ubuntu 10.04

I just upgraded a bunch of packages, including apache2 and php5, on a Ubuntu 10.04 VPS. Apache is serving php as the backend to an nginx reverse proxy. Now all of a sudden all connections ...
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Nginx 1.0.15 doesn't start at boot on Ubuntu 10.04 32-bit server

I installed the latest version of nginx (1.0.15) using apt-get from the source listed here: http://nginx.org/en/download.html. For some reason, nginx isn't starting up automatically when I reboot ...
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Best Practice: RVM w/ Multiple Nginx-Passsenger Standalone Servers Running One App per Server

I'm wondering what would be the best approach to hosting multiple Rails applications where each application has a different gemset and may possibly use a different version of Ruby. I'm thinking of ...
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Only serve requests to a specific domain?

I'd like to only server requests that are made to a specific domain and just drop everything else or give it 404. Would prefer to see it done through nginx but would of course like the best solution.
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Using wordpress as a subdirectory of a drupal installation?

I'm running Ubuntu 10.04 with NginX 0.7.65. I have Drupal installed in the root directory and it works perfectly with an appropriately configured vhost file, but now I would like to install Wordpress ...
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Old nginx on ubuntu server?

I have Ubuntu Server 10.04 with all packages updated. When I type nginx -v I get nginx version: nginx/0.7.65. When I go to nginx.org I see that the latest stable version is 1.0.10 Is it different ...
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Why do I get dependency warnings/errors while removing nginx from Ubuntu?

root@ubuntus:~# apt-get remove nginx-light Reading package lists... Done Building dependency tree Reading state information... Done Package nginx-light is not installed, so not removed You ...
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Should I use lightttpd or nginx for an ubuntu VPS?

I'm working on setting up a VPS, and I'm not about to go with slow apache. I'm looking into lighttpd and nginx, but I don't know which one to go with. I'm running Ubuntu 10.04 on an OpenVZ VPS My ...
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Starting Tornado App on a domain name ( without the port number )

May I know how do I start a Tornado app on a production server ( ubuntu 10.04 ) and access it on a domain name without the port number in the domain name? Here's the background information The ...
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Web server www files storage

I am currently setting up a few virtual machines with Ubuntu Server 10.04.02 on them and was wondering what is the best place to store the www files. I will be using nginx and I see that the default ...
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Nginx PHP MySQL ROR setup on Ubuntu Server

How would I go about installing and setting up nginx, PHP, MySQL and RoR on a Ubuntu Server 10.04.2 machine? I have been through a few tutorials but have never found one which integrates ruby on ...
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Nginx + PHP-FPM, php scripts not running

I installed a LEMP stack on Linode using one of the stack scripts they offer. I actually didn't run it on boot but instead entered the commands manually since it seemed to not install everything ...
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Nginx Virtual Hosts not working as expected

I've got a VPS that I've been using to experiment with web server setups. My current setup is Apache listening on port 80 serving a few sites, and proxying a few others to Nginx running on port 8080. ...