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Nginx catch-all host as front end to Apache on Debian

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Apache has always been the web server of choice for me. It is a real beast when it comes to resources usage specially in a resource limited environment such as a VPS. I started playing with Nginx a lightweight, high performance web server. My area of interest was running Nginx as a reverse proxy and making it work in a Apache/ISPConfig 3 environment.
 read more | score:8034 | -falko, May 21, 2010
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