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Nginx Tutorials and HowTos

Nginx is a free, open-source, high-performance HTTP server and reverse proxy software. This section includes tutorials about Nginx configuration, security, optimization, and tips under Unix like operating systems ( rss feed ).

I am a new nginx user and I would like to redirect all mobile / smart phone users from www.example.com to m.example.com domain. How do I detect a mobile phone browser in nginx? How do I redirect all mobile users to sub-domain using regex based rules? How can I automatically redirects visitors on mobile devices to its mobile version at http://m.example.com/ and also allow mobile devices to the desktop website at www.example.com if visiting via http://www.example.com/?desktop=true?
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Google Chrome/Chromium, Firefox and Opera browser support SPDY networking protocol. It enables faster browsing on supported sites. SPDY is similar to HTTP, with particular goals to reduce web page load latency and improve web security. SPDY achieves reduced latency through compression, multiplexing, and prioritization. How do I enable nginx SPDY support running on Debian or Ubuntu Linux server?
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I am the small business owner and runs my own web-site. I have noticed increased cracking activity against by blog. What's the best way to block WordPress URLs such as example.com/blog/wp-login.php and example.com/blog/wp-admin/ in the nginx web-server?
Tutorial details
DifficultyAdvanced (rss)
Root privilegesYes
RequirementsLinux+Nginx
Estimated completion timeN/A

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I am in the process of setting Apache and PHP for my small business server. I'm not utilizing file upload functionality in any of my PHP scripts. How do I disallow uploading files under CentOS or Ubuntu Linux based LAMP server?
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How do I monitor my nginx server status and connections requests per seconds under Linux or Unix like operating systems?
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RHEL / Centos 6: Install Nginx Using Yum Command

How can I install Nginx web server On CentOS Linux 6 or Red Hat Enterprise Linux 6 using yum command?
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I know how to gracefully restart Apache web server under Unix like operating system. I made changes to nginx.conf. How do I gracefully restart Nginx web server? How do I make changes in a Nginx server config file to take effect without restarting the Nginx server itself without interrupting users' current session?
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