How to install NGINX QUIC on CentOS, RHEL and Fedora Linux


by Danila Vershinin, November 6, 2022

How to install NGINX QUIC on the majority of RPM-based systems like CentOS, RHEL, Fedora, and Amazon Linux. Enabling HTTP/3 for your website.

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Tuning NGINX maps hashes


by Danila Vershinin, September 1, 2022

Settings NGINX maps correctly for large datasets, tuning based on CPU cache line size and understanding NGINX error messages.

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Performance-friendly way of blocking Referrer spam


by Danila Vershinin, August 27, 2022

Protecting your NGINX website from Referrer spam SPAM using efficient performance-friendly maps

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Magento 2: Distributing cache purge requests over multiple Varnish instances


by Danila Vershinin, August 24, 2022

Speeding up Magento 2 admin when multiple Varnish instances are being used, by distributing HTTP purge requests via NGINX mirror module

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WP Super Cache NGINX Configuration


by Danila Vershinin, August 17, 2022

Correctly configuring NGINX for WP Super Cache plugin is not a trivial task. But we make it easy for you with this NGINX snippet.

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How to install NGINX WAF module in Fedora Linux


by Danila Vershinin, February 19, 2022

How to easily set up WAF module protecting your NGINX powered websites in Fedora Linux. Install prebuilt NGINX WAF module.

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How to install and configure CAPTCHA NGINX module in CentOS/RHEL


by Danila Vershinin, October 8, 2021

Implementing CAPTCHA image generation and validation using NGINX module

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Laravel NGINX configuration


by Danila Vershinin, September 28, 2021

Modern NGINX configuration for Laravel PHP framework will allow you to have a secure and performant website

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EPEL powered by Cloudflare CDN. Fix your sanity


by Danila Vershinin, September 9, 2021

A simple recipe against a disaster. Here’s to make EPEL repository faster, by leveraging Cloudflare CDN

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Best practice secure WordPress NGINX configuration for Plesk


by Danila Vershinin, September 18, 2020

WordPress Security WordPress is the most popular CMS for running a website. As such, it is the target for all kinds of malicious bots. The most effective way of reducing security risks associated with WordPress is the proper server configuration. Secure WordPress NGINX configuration must be built on the assumption that any unknown script is […]

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