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13
revised Nginx + Ubuntu 9.10, gzip not functioning
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13
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Nov
13
answered Nginx + Ubuntu 9.10, gzip not functioning
Nov
13
revised Forward port to another machine on FreeBSD 6.2
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Nov
13
answered Forward port to another machine on FreeBSD 6.2
Nov
12
comment Using Nginx as a web proxy?
+1 for Squid. nginx is a REVERSE proxy.
Nov
12
comment nginx rewrite rule
You need to redirect every subdomain except host and www. I've already said that the right move will be making 2 server {} directives one matching ~ ^(www|host)\.domain\.com$ and other !~ ^(www|host)\.domain\.com$ but it'll be less customizeble i.e. you can't add any other domain to such configuration.
Nov
10
revised Apache on FreeBSD not responsive but not busy
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Nov
10
revised FreeBSD performance tuning: Sysctl parameter, loader.conf, kernel
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Nov
10
answered Apache on FreeBSD not responsive but not busy
Nov
9
revised Why does 1GBit card have output limited to 80 MiB?
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Nov
8
answered FastCGI launcher
Nov
8
answered multiple apps in nginx; one is at root, the other isn't
Nov
8
answered FreeBSD buildworld
Nov
6
comment NGinx Best Practices
also access_log off; for those locations is common practice
Nov
3
comment Install Apache22 in parallel to existing Apache13 installation on FreeBSD
Yeah, I was opening this thread to say something about chroot or jail, but you've got it first =)
Nov
3
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Nov
3
comment nginx rewrite rule
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