How to Setup WordPress Nginx with FastCGI Caching in CentOS 7

If you plan to run high traffic wordpress blog(wordpress nginx), i would suggest to run it in virtual private server (VPS) or dedicated server together with NGINX FastCGI Caching. Besides the low memory consumption when using Nginx as a web server, it has a fast performance. When you combine Nginx and FastCGI Caching module, you […]

How to Increase PHP File Upload Size Limit

Q. When you try to update the blog post in WordPress or any php application, you might notice that the application such as WordPress has a prohibitive maximum PHP file upload size. How to increase this limit in PHP ? In the below screenshot, i configured my PHP upload size to 50MB. A. If you own the […]

Nginx Released Version Nginx 1.8.x

Nginx is lightweight fast web server/reverse proxy and e-mail (IMAP/POP3) proxy. On 21 Apr 2015, nginx has release the stable branch version, 1.8.x which includes many new features from the 1.7.x mainline branch – including hash load balancing method, backend SSL certificate verification, experimental thread pools support, proxy_request_buffering and more. : Changes with nginx 1.8.0 […]

Static Website Configuration for Nginx Web Server on CentOS 6 / CentOS 7

Q. How to configure and host static website on Nginx web server? A. Nginx is a lightweight web server and an alternative to Apache. In order to run a static website on Nginx web server, you must configure your server to at least the following basic configuration. Failure to do this will stop some basic […]

NGINX DDos Attack Tutorial – Implement Basic Protection

DDoS attacks are usually intended to paralyze websites and web services and it is better to mitigate it at the firewall level. But for the web server that runs on Nginx, I have prepared a basic step to provide DDoS protection which proved to work for small-scale DDoS attacks and DDoS attacks that aimed at […]

Nginx Released Version Nginx 1.6.3

Nginx is lightweight fast web server/reverse proxy and e-mail (IMAP/POP3) proxy. On April 7, 2015, Nginx officially released nginx-1.6.3 stable version which includes the following changes and bug fixes : *) Feature: now the “tcp_nodelay” directive works with SPDY connections. *) Bugfix: in error handling. Thanks to Yichun Zhang and Daniil Bondarev. *) Bugfix: alerts […]

How to Remove / Uninstall Nginx on CentOS 7 / RHEL 7 / Oracle Linux 7

Nginx web server is alternative web server to Apache and Lighttpd. Nginx popularity now growing because it focuses on high concurrency, high performance while maintaining low memory usage. However, due to certain reasons webmaster or system administrator can not use Nginx on their server and decide to uninstall Nginx. Most of the webmaster, administrator and […]

How to Remove/Uninstall Nginx Installed from Source on CentOS 6/RHEL 6

On this day, Nginx web server is reported to be a most popular and fastest in the internet if installed properly. But it should always be updated from time to time in order to maintain stability and high security so that is not exposed to hackers. For system administrators and web masters, it is routine […]

How to Install Nginx 1.6.2 with PageSpeed on Linux CentOS 6

This article will show you the steps to install Nginx and ngx_pagespeed module on Linux CentOS 6 virtual private server (VPS). By using ngx_pagespeed, the speed of your website will be faster without installing any additional applications such as wordpress plugin and so on. This is because ngx_pagespeed have some Nginx module which rewrites your […]

How to Fix “upstream timed out (110: Connection timed out) while reading response header from upstream” in NGINX

Problem : I noticed there are the errors in NGINX when trying to update my WordPress post. In my case, NGINX service running as web service with php-fpm behind varnish proxy : [root@vps ~]# tail -f /var/log/nginx/ 2014/12/14 15:33:15 [error] 1040#0: *52134 upstream timed out (110: Connection timed out) while reading response header from upstream, […]

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