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NGINX Unit vs PHP-FPM
Do you have any experience you want to share?
We are looking for a NGINX Helper Plugin substitute.
Actually, I meant this type of configuration. Separate cache key with a separate cache directory for each website. In Till Kruss Nginx cache purge plugin, we can manually add each website Cache Zone Path. Therefore, there's no any issue. I have tested this type of configuration.
fastcgi_cache_path /var/run/nginx/cache/site1 levels=1:2 keys_zone=SITE1:100m inactive=1w;
fastcgi_cache_path /var/run/nginx/cache/site2 levels=1:2 keys_zone=SITE2:100m inactive=1w;
Because Till Kruss Nginx cache purge plugin is more reliable. It directly wipe the cache directory. Nginx helper plugin no longer working. If there's no any close substitute, this is the best alternative.
Yoast Sitemap support
It needs custom Nginx rules to work, in Yoast documentation mention that these rules are needed just in "some cases".
In the same order of ideas:
Your opinion is very valuable to improve Webinoly!
Tell us both:
I came from EasyEngine, which is also a great product and I was satisfied with it. The problem with it, though, was that it seemed stuck, almost abandoned, so I started looking for alternatives and Webinoly caught my attention. What I like the most about it:
1.) I like the most the fact that it just works out-of-the-box! I also like its simplicity.
2.) I think that all webinoly commands should start with webinoly keyword, for example:
sudo webinoly site example.com --options
sudo webinoly log ....
sudo webinoly stack ...
Because without it it 's sometimes confusing and can interfere/be mistaken with other commands/apps that you have on your server. But maybe it's just me. :)
I've used EasyEngine and Centminmod but to be honest EE was good but using docker made me feel a bit scared if something goes wrong. Centminmod was to complicated to use and its documentation was confusing. Webinoly is so much easier than anything I've ever used and it just works. The documentation is awesome, simple and easy to read and understand.
I have a really small company and I provide manage cloud hosting for my clients. Using webinoly I feel confident that the security is good and that performance is amazing. I have a few 1gb servers hosting 6 to 8 sites each and I can do this with webinoly.
I really don't "hate" anything about webinoly. But I do feel that the commands should be namespaced. Something like "weby [subcmd] [options]" maybe would be good to avoid confusions.
The best things about webinoly are:
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