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revised Varnish -> Nginx -> Apache a good idea?
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Jun
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comment Varnish -> Nginx -> Apache a good idea?
@MartijnHeemels web.archive.org/web/20130501222206/http://todsul.com/… and there's another benchmark: nbonvin.wordpress.com/2011/03/24/…
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answered IE 11 not using SPDY with NGINX as reverse proxy to PHP IIS
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comment Do HTTP reverse proxies typically enable HTTP Keep-Alive on the client side of the proxied connection and not on the server side?
@CMCDragonkai If your backends are located on dedicated servers then it can be useful to avoid connection latency which depends on your network. There's no golden mean, the optimal number mainly depends on your setup, your environment, your application and request pattern.
Apr
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comment SSL Certificate implementation for a stack that has varnish and multiple NGINX webservers
Why do you need Varnish at all? Nginx has a great cache too.
Apr
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answered nginx fastcgi rewrite: primary script unknown
Apr
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answered My server is still vulnerable to heartbleed even after I update OpenSSL
Apr
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revised An upstream response is buffered to a temporary file
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answered An upstream response is buffered to a temporary file
Mar
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answered Should `keepalive_timeout` be removed from Nginx config?
Feb
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comment Chroot master process Nginx 1.2.1
Chrooting master process doesn't introduce better security, instead it introduces only pain for you. There are two reasons for that: 1. nginx master doesn't accept connections and doesn't process any requests, so it's secure and isolated by default, and 2. chrooting isn't security tool and never was, it can be easily escaped, see: lwn.net/Articles/252794.
Feb
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comment Chroot master process Nginx 1.2.1
What is the purpose?