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comment Run nginx as a non-root user
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comment Run nginx as a non-root user
Awesome. Thanks Kaji. :) How did you find out which modules were being included by the apt package? For example, SSL is an optional module, and what you listed above shows that the apt package includes it. To get to the point, where did you find that string of configure arguments?
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comment Run nginx as a non-root user
Thanks, Kaji. Yes, I understood that. I was just wondering where I could find those compilation flags were being used - just for reference sake.
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comment Run nginx as a non-root user
Yeah, I just checked /etc/passwd and that's the nginx user's ID. Thanks for the help. I still couldn't find where you found the compile options for the apt package. I checked PPA but I don't know what I'm looking for. Could you help me out?
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comment Run nginx as a non-root user
I used a different username which is longer than the 8 character limit. That's why the User ID is being shown, right?
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comment Run nginx as a non-root user
The worker process I have has an ID, not a name. Any chance that's the nginx user ID? I'm pretty new to Ubuntu. I didn't know the apt package had all these flags turned on. How'd you find that out?
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comment Run nginx as a non-root user
Sorry, could you be more specific? I've done that already to no avail.
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comment Ordering: 1. nginx 2. varnish 3. haproxy 4. webserver?
Thanks for this Willy. You answered my question to Arenstar above.
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comment Ordering: 1. nginx 2. varnish 3. haproxy 4. webserver?
Awesome answer. I'm wondering what sits in front of everything? Is it HAProxy or Nginx?
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