Tag: NGINX

Nginx Config (Explained by Example)

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Nginx configuration file located at /etc/nginx/nginx.conf has everything that makes a server flies or sinks. Below we have explained what each directive does. Let’s have a look and fine-tune your settings: Before we hit to configurations directly understand the structure first. HTTP Block: Global configurations. Server Block: Domain level configurations. Add inside the HTTP block.… Read More »

How to Configure FastCGI Cache with Nginx?

WordPress on NGINX with FastCGI Cache

Nginx has obtained traction from webmasters due to its low-resource and high-performance feature. Although the default configuration of Nginx is already optimized for all the basic workloads; still you can take it to the next level by setting up a server-side cache. Our Previous Tutorials: How to Install LEMP (Linux, Nginx, MariaDB, PHP) on Debian… Read More »

How to Start, Stop, or Restart Nginx?

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Nginx is a very efficient and most famous web server application. Due to its high performance and low stress on hardware resources almost all the developers or hosting companies use it. If you are one of them who are not familiar with CLI (Command Line Interface) and don’t know how to start, stop, or restart… Read More »