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How to Install Mattermost with PostgreSQL and Nginx on Ubuntu 16.04

A tutorial on how to install Mattermost with PostgreSQL and Nginx on Ubuntu 16.04. Mattermost is an open source messaging system written in the programming languages Golang and React. It’s a slack alternative, we can build our own messaging service like slack or hipchat with it. Mattermost brings your team communication to a single place and makes it accessible anywhere. You can access it from your desktop, Android device, and iPhone.

How To Install nginx 1.9.15 on Ubuntu

Nginx 1.9.15 [engine x] recently released, is an open source webserver, HTTP and reverse proxy server, as well as a mail proxy server. Nginx powers several high-visibility sites, such as Netflix, Hulu, Pinterest, CloudFlare, Airbnb, WordPress.com, GitHub, SoundCloud, Zynga, Eventbrite, Zappos, Media Temple, Heroku, RightScale, Engine Yard and MaxCDN. Nginx 1.9.15 changelog Bugfix: “recv() failed” errors might occur when using HHVM as a FastCGI server. Bugfix: when using HTTP/2 and the “limit_req” or “auth_request” directives a timeout or a “client violated flow control” error might occur while reading client request body; the bug had appeared in 1.

Nginx 1.9.6 High-Performance Web server released – Install now

Nginx 1.9.6 [engine x] recently released, is an open source webserver, HTTP and reverse proxy server, as well as a mail proxy server. Nginx powers several high-visibility sites, such as Netflix, Hulu, Pinterest, CloudFlare, Airbnb, WordPress.com, GitHub, SoundCloud, Zynga, Eventbrite, Zappos, Media Temple, Heroku, RightScale, Engine Yard and MaxCDN. Nginx 1.9.3 changelog Bugfix: a segmentation fault might occur in a worker process when using HTTP/2 Bugfix: the $server_protocol variable was empty when using HTTP/2.

Nginx 1.9.3 released

Nginx 1.9.3 [engine x] recently released, is an HTTP and reverse proxy server, as well as a mail proxy server. Nginx powers several high-visibility sites, such as Netflix, Hulu, Pinterest, CloudFlare, Airbnb, WordPress.com, GitHub, SoundCloud, Zynga, Eventbrite, Zappos, Media Temple, Heroku, RightScale, Engine Yard and MaxCDN. Nginx 1.9.3 changelog Change: duplicate “http”, “mail”, and “stream” blocks are now disallowed. Feature: connection limiting in the stream module. Feature: data rate limiting in the stream module.

nginx 1.7.10 released

nginx 1.7.10 [engine x] released last month, is an HTTP and reverse proxy server, as well as a mail proxy server, written by Igor Sysoev. According to Netcraft, nginx served or proxied 21.21% busiest sites in February 2015. nginx 1.7.10 changelog Feature: the “use_temp_path” parameter of the “proxy_cache_path”, “fastcgi_cache_path”, “scgi_cache_path”, and “uwsgi_cache_path” directives Feature: the $upstream_header_time variable Workaround: now on disk overflow nginx tries to write error logs once a second only Bugfix: the “try_files” directive did not ignore normal files while testing directories Bugfix: alerts “sendfile() failed” if the “sendfile” directive was used on OS X; the bug had appeared in 1.

Install HHVM with Nginx in Ubuntu 14.04

In this post, I will be showing you how to install HHVM (HipHop Virtual Machine – a facebook open-source virtual machine for running php and HACK) with Nginx (A light weight , open-source, high-performance HTTP server for serving static assets) on Ubuntu 14.04. Step 1: Install latest Nginx sudo apt-add-repository ppa:nginx/development sudo apt-get update sudo apt-get install nginx sudo service nginx start – Confirm Nginx is running by browsing ‘localhost’

Install Nginx 1.7.1 mainline in Ubuntu 14.04

Nginx (prononced as engine x) is a free open-source, high-performance HTTP server and reverse proxy, as well as an IMAP/POP3 proxy server written by Igor Sysoev. Nginx powers several high-visibility sites, such as Netflix, Hulu, Pinterest, CloudFlare, Airbnb, WordPress.com, GitHub, SoundCloud, Zynga, Eventbrite, Zappos, Media Temple, Heroku, RightScale, Engine Yard and MaxCDN Key Features: Serving static and index files, autoindexing; open file descriptor cache; Accelerated reverse proxying with caching; simple load balancing and fault tolerance; Accelerated support with caching of FastCGI, uwsgi, SCGI, and memcached servers; simple load balancing and fault tolerance; Modular architecture.