I have a Windows 10 Workstation where I run a FreeBSD 10.3 Guest server over VMWare 12. This FreeBSD VM is meant to run multiple Apache/PHP/Wordpress instances on multiple jails.
The FreeBSD guest is bridged through the HOST Ethernet NIC, where the HOST has the IP...
OS: FreeBSD 11-RELEASE
App language: php70-7.0.12
CMS: Symfony 1.4
I have a problem with Location in HTTP header.
Old server (Apache, PHP5) reply for all browsers:
New server (nginx, PHP7) reply for all browsers:
We're facing quite slow uploading speed on FreeBSD-10.X both over HTTP (NGINX) & over FTP. Hardware is quite strong with 4x1Gbps LACP / 65G RAM / 12x3TB SATA . There's not much load over HDDs so i suspect that maybe tcp tuning has some problem. Here is my sysctl.conf...
I have a VPS server running FreeBSD 10.3-RELEASE-p4 and nginx so this might belong in the "Web Services" category. It contains three very low volume web sites that have been up for about three years, all listening on the same nginx server. I was tinkering with TLS and SSL ciphers on one of the...
We use service nginx upgrade to do seamless restarting of NginX processes weekly due to high volume sites' having their NginX processes simply exit after a few weeks otherwise. I appreciate that this is a bandaid and shouldn't be needed, but it is. This spans dozens of machines and clients...
This one took me quite a while to figure out so hopefully someone will have use of this post.
As you are here, you have probably already figured out that your stack traces/error messages are being truncated at 1024 characters/bytes and that the nginx recompile solution out there does not help...
Howdy. I'm currently thinking about moving from apache to either lighttpd or nginx in the near future. The reason for this is simple, I just need a lightweight HTTP server that can easily be configured (ie, setting up virtual hosts, user directories, directory listings and such). I also require...
Hi all! I'm trying to build a good webserver that can serve over HTTPS only:
My blog as static HTML (Jekyll, Hugo or whatever)
Possibly some other web applications
So far I have no encryption (nginx is just serving on port 80) and the following constraints:
Only one IPv4...
We've been using FreeBSD-10 for video streaming website where FreeBSD serves static content (mp4, jpg) over Nginx+php-fpm & performs FFmpeg encoding for users uploaded videos. Server is utilizing 2Gbps realtime port (2 x 1Gbps LACP) and under load we examined bit high percentage of...
We've recently shifted to FreeBSD 10.1-RELEASE due to its robust asynchronous performance for big storage based on .mp4 files. Here is the server specs :
2 x Intel Xeon X5690
96GB DDR3 Memory
12 x 3TB SATA Raid-10 (HBA LSI-9211)
ZFS FileSystem with 18TB usable space
2 x 1Gbps LACP (2Gbps...
The past couple of weeks I spend converting from being a Linux guy to becoming a FreeBSD guy. After I've had a really nice time with FreeBSD I felt that it's finally time to stop playing around and moving one of my web servers from an Ubuntu server to a FreeBSD server.
I'm quite new to jails, have read a lot of doc and forum posts and am a bit lost wondering what is the best/easiest/safest set up to serve several websites from the same server. I would like to put each website into its own jail, and use nginx as webserver.
1. Is it...
Hi folks. I can't seem to get www/nginx installed with Passenger on 10.1.
RVM is installed.
$ rvm gemset list
gemsets for ruby-2.2.3 (found in /home/rich/.rvm/gems/ruby-2.2.3)
$ rvm list
=* ruby-2.2.3 [ x86_64 ]
# => - current
# =* - current &&...
I switched to FreeBSD a week ago on my main server. So far the experience has been great.
Because I'm new to the whole jails theory I'd like to present my plan and possible challenges.
Hostsystem: FreeBSD, 8 Cores, 24GB Ram, Static IP
My idea was to create multiple jails...
I'm trying to get Nginx with PHP-5.6 and PostgreSQL-9.4 working. I can install PostgreSQL-9.4 without any problems. But as soon as I install databases/php56-pgsql, pkg will downgrade databases/postgresql94-client to databases/postgresql94-client. And that causes some problems. For example...