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Apache vs Nginx

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Apache here but only because that's what i'm used to, little need to experiment with nginx at the moment

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nginx + php as php-fpm, bcz this is the best variant for performance, i recommend it :)

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Apache has been around for ages so I feel a lot more familiar with it.

 

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Nginx as a reverse proxy, Apache for actually serving requests.

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Well, im running Plesk. Plesk is using nginx and apache2. I still dont know why LOL

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Nginx on my own servers, it's fast and doesn't use that much resources.

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For those who want to switch to nginx  try centminmod, i have being using it for the past 3 years, You won't look back once you install it

https://centminmod.com

Centmin Mod LEMP stack auto installer for an optimized Nginx, MariaDB, PHP-FPM & CSF Firewall stack for CentOS 6 & 7 developed by George Liu (eva2000). Nginx & PHP version management, adding Nginx vhost sitesand Wordpress auto installer with Wordpress caching via a shell menu based. Centmin Mod 1.2.3-eva2000.08 (123.08stable) added a centmin.sh menu option 23 for Git environment easier code updates and auto updates. The Config Fles page gives you an overview of the stack's structure.

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I was using apache , but since discovering NginX few years ago , i stick with it , a great webserver .

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I run Nginx with Apache as a reverse proxy. That way I can still use .htaccess files and serve it as a PHP-FPM application but still get the benefits of Nginx as well!

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I've always used Apache, never really explored NGINX enough to make a comment on which is better.

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I use nginx exclusively. It is in my opinion better conf and is much more powerful than Apache2. Especially with larger websites, it makes sense to switch to nginx.

my tipp: https://nginxconfig.io/

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Apache, because I don't know much about nginx how to rewrite urls etc..

Edited by antarsis

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