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Ez Publish + Nginx in RedHat - RHEL

Ez Publish + Nginx in RedHat - RHEL

Wednesday 17 October 2012 9:45:24 pm - 2 replies

We've been using Ez Publish + Nginx in Debian 6, and, thanks to Daniel's great tutorial at http://share.ez.no/learn/ez-publi...ginx-and-php-fpm-on-debian-6-squeeze everything have been working perfectly smooth.Now we have to move to RHEL: can anyone give us some feedback on the nginx+ez on RHEL? are there any differences from the way nginx + ez it's installed in Debian?any advice? tricks? many thanks/francesco

Wednesday 17 October 2012 10:06:57 pm

I don't have experience specific to nginx on RHEL, but as far as I know it should be pretty much the same as on Debian (unlike Apache, with /etc/httpd vs. /etc/apache2 for instance). I would just double check the version of nginx is the same as you expect and that config files are in the same places.

I did find this page which covers some general tips for eZ on RHEL 6: http://doc.ez.no/eZ-Publish/Technical-manual/4.7/Installation/Requirements/Install-notes-for-eZ-Publish-on-RHEL-6

Saturday 20 October 2012 11:32:20 am

Quote from Ryan Williams :

I don't have experience specific to nginx on RHEL, but as far as I know it should be pretty much the same as on Debian (unlike Apache, with /etc/httpd vs. /etc/apache2 for instance). I would just double check the version of nginx is the same as you expect and that config files are in the same places.

I did find this page which covers some general tips for eZ on RHEL 6: http://doc.ez.no/eZ-Publish/Technical-manual/4.7/Installation/Requirements/Install-notes-for-eZ-Publish-on-RHEL-6

Hi Ryan, 

you are right, it was pretty smooth. thanks

I posted a couple of little advice in a commet in http://share.ez.no/forums/discussions/ez-publish-4.2011-community-4.5-with-nginx-and-php-fpm-on-debian-6-squeeze in case somebody needs it.

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