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Nginx Installation

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by WSS Group, Jun 5, 2015.

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  1. WSS Group

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    Hello,

    I read many articles and threads recommending to install Nginx as reverse proxy to Apache especially if most of the sites running uses wordpress, joomla, drupal or such apps.

    I've install Nginx via yum and assigned a dedicated IP for it. It's running fine however I don't see Nginx automatically creating vhost records for accounts/sites on server which will optimize them and reduce resources usages. Is there a way to let Nginx do that?

    Lately I found a cPanel plugin for Nginx https://www.nginxcp.com/
    Which has great features and can add a WHM link for NGinx to manage.

    Anyone tried this plugin and what is your review?
     
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    Hello,

    Yes, We are using nginxcp plugins for our some cleints and it's working great. If you install this plugin on your server it will definitely increase your web server performance.
     
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