I’m using django with fastcgi + nginx. I want to know where the logs (error) are stored in this case
I have this in Nginx configuration files
but Nginx give error …
I develop a new website and I want to use GridFS as storage for all user uploads, because it offers a lot of advantages compared to a normal filesystem storage.
Benchmarks with GridFS served by nginx …
Many Unix programs accept signals like USR1 and USR2. For example, to upgrade the executable for Nginx on the fly, you send kill -USR2.
I understand that USR1 is a “user defined” signal, meaning that …
I’ve just installed a Ubuntu 12.04 server and nginx 1.2.7, removed default from sites-enabled and added my own file into sites-available and symlink at sites-enabled. Then restarted nginx.
I get a 502 Bad Gateway with nginx when using spawn fcgi to spawn php5-cgi.
I use this to span an instance on server start using the following line in rc.local
/usr/bin/spawn-fcgi -a 127.0.0.1 -p …
I’ve got a Node.js powered site that I’m running on Amazon Elastic Beanstalk.
My Node.js app listens on port 8080, and I’m using the nginx elastic load balancer configuration with my EB app, …
I try to get an “/” to every urls end:
I use nginx as webserver.
I need the rewrite rule for this..
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I’m using apache+mod_wsgi for django.
And all css/js/images are served through nginx.
For some odd, reason when others/friends/colleagues try accessing the site, jquery/css is not getting loaded for …
I have been working to deploy a relatively large Rails app (Rails 2.3.5) and recently doing some load testing we discovered that the throughput for the site is way below the expected level of traffic.