Laravel Forge was recently upgraded with several new features. You can now edit your .env file directly from within Forge. It’s easier and faster than adding each environmental variable. In addition, you can also create and manage Nginx load balancing servers to balance your application load. With Forge, you can now deploy a new server in just minutes from any of the three cloud hosting service providers: Linode, Digital Ocean and now Amazon Web Services.
If you’re running WordPress on Nginx, you may have an issue with WordPress permalinks. This article explains nicely what you need to do to configure Nginx. What the article failed to do is mention the Nginx configuration filename and its location. The filename is nginx.conf, and it’s usually located in the directory /usr/local/nginx/conf, /etc/nginx, or /usr/local/etc/nginx, depending on your Linux distro.
# WordPress installed on root directory
index index.php index.html index.htm;
}# WordPress installed on /blog sub-directory
You’ve abandoned Apache for a faster, newer and sleeker Nginx. Installation was a breeze. WordPress is just humming along until you start clicking links within WordPress. You realized the permalinks are broken, which is a biggie. So, here’s how you fix WordPress permalinks on Nginx.
nginx (pronounced engine x) is an HTTP and reverse proxy server written by Igor Sysoev. nginx is gaining traction over the years due to its exceptional speed. The latest Netcraft web survey indicate that 14.42 percent of the Internet of websites runs on Nginx.
If you looking to replace your Apache web server or just want to play around with nginx, here are the really simple instructions on how to install nginx on any Ubuntu Server.