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What you are describing here is a classic example of a very simple relational database. Go, design your own. You can go for LAMP, or let's say MS Access.


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Another method is just to rename the site's config file to something that ends without .conf E.g. sudo mv mysite.conf mysite.conf.disabled Then reload nginx, and that vhost will fall back to the default.


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use the WANEM (http://wanem.sourceforge.net/) to simulate an acutal network. The .iso works just fine. For limited tests the .iso + VirtualBox works just fine. Is free.


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Have you checked, that you actually have symlink in sites-enabled folder? Sounds really like a problem that your sites-available/b config file is not loaded.


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I have a fairly simple server setup for which the configuration at the end of the answer will do the following: If a file named MAINTENANCE exists one level above the root, then the server will be in maintenance mode. (This is the -f test). Except that if there exist a cookie named foo_dev with the value secret!, the check described above will be bypassed ...



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