Tag: FastCGI

Apr 10

Resolved: Ubuntu php5-fpm throws error “unknown instance” on service reload

Resolved: Ubuntu php5-fpm throws error “unknown instance” on service reload Rather short post this time around. It turns out there is a known issue that when you perform a service reload on php5-fpm you might encounter yourself with a bit of a problem. The use of reload is meant to result in a reloading of …

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Feb 13

What is: NginX

What is: NginX Lately I have been writing a lot about NginX so I thought I would write a small post to describe NginX and what it is.Although I like to write it NginX because its origins are in the Linux world they write it all in lower case nginx (I know, boring right). The …

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Dec 21

How to: Measure your NginX Cache Performance using $upstream_cache_status in a custom Cache log

How to: Measure your NginX Cache Performance using $upstream_cache_status in a custom Cache log One of the great features of NginX is it’s ability to cache content from a number of sources including but not limited to a proxy server or a fast cgi server. But in order to understand truly how well your cache …

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Dec 21

Custom NginX Distribution – Available Packages

Custom NginX Distribution – Available Packages As part of the custom NginX distribution available on this site, there are a few packages you can chose from depending on your needs that can be deployed. Below is the list of packages, additional information and description: Different packages available: Package: nginx Architecture: all Depends: nginx-full | nginx-light, This …

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Dec 14

Custom NginX Distribution

Custom NginX Distribution I created a custom NginX distribution to address the need of NginX with the purge cache plugin in newer Ubuntu versions. The source can be obtained from Github: https://github.com/JCBauza/NginX/ and the PPA for your system at: https://launchpad.net/~cloudingenium/+archive/nginx-mainline. Stable vs Mainline There are two PPAs available: One for the Stable releases and one for the Mainline releases. In a post to …

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