Nginx+Apache Hybrid

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DracoBlue
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Nginx+Apache Hybrid

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what do you think about including nginx and making an apache hybrid?
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Re: Nginx+Apache Hybrid

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Waiting for this feature too :!:
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Waiting as well, even without apache and only nginx.
Maybe a choice during installation phase of keyhelp
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I almost chose this panel, but the fact that there is no NGINX, I had to refuse. And it's a pity, I really liked the ARM support for single-board PCs.
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Jester wrote: Sun 4. Sep 2022, 12:56 I almost chose this panel, but the fact that there is no NGINX, I had to refuse. And it's a pity, I really liked the ARM support for single-board PCs.
Which advantage do you see in NGINX besides that is has a strange config?
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They certainly mean Nginx as a caching server before the Apache web server
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:arrow: Also consider OpenLiteSpeed. Nginx is a must. I love keyhelp. Bravo.

PS.: Please add to interface:
Memcached
Redis
Docker
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sanxh wrote: Mon 12. Sep 2022, 18:32 Docker
Just my 2 cents:

I think the panel is the wrong place for Docker Management.

If you want that, take proxmox (which supports docker and KVM) and install KeyHelp in a VM.
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