NGINX

How to Compile a Dynamic NGINX Module: A Step-by-Step Guide

NGINX is a versatile, high-performance web server, often used for reverse proxying, load balancing, and other web-related tasks. One of its strengths is the extensibility provided through modules. While there are many built-in modules, you can also compile your own dynamic modules to extend its functionality. In this tutorial, we will guide you through the […]

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Understanding Service Config Files in Nginx and Apache on Ubuntu: Demystifying the ‘sites-enabled’ Directory

When it comes to web server software, two of the most popular choices are Nginx and Apache. These web servers power a large portion of the internet and are commonly deployed on Ubuntu servers. While the software itself is well-documented, one area that often puzzles newcomers is the configuration file structure—specifically, the use of directories

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