Monthly Archives: January 2011
This snippet should be saved where you store your thin configuration files, like /etc/thin/.
Deploying code from the development to the production environment is an important but often overlooked part of a developers life. This is usually a tedious task performed manually by the developer, often making time-consuming mistakes. Automating this process saves time … Continue reading
This post will deal with setting up production server(s) running nginx, php, mysql & ruby. I usually divide some of these programs across several servers, but for the sake of this guide I will show you how to install it … Continue reading
Following are some examples of virtual host configuration files interfacing with wordpress, thin etc.
This guide does not attempt to provide a complete detailed instruction on how to configure php-fpm, but rather give a few pointers on things you should change after a fresh installation. I will assume you have the default php5-fpm.conf file … Continue reading
So you want to prevent uninvited guests from accessing your system? Iptables is a program that lets you define the access tables for the linux kernel firewall. I will show you an example of a set of filter rules that … Continue reading
This guide will explain the most common nginx setting parameters.