Nginx for cPanel with Engintron plugingozen
Engintron will configure and install Nginx Web Server in front of Apache to serve as a reverse caching proxy. This means that Nginx will respond to requests from its cached contents without going to Apache which saves considerable time in serving a user request and results in a smaller delay.
Installing Engintron you need root access to your server and then to issue few basic commands. You can find these commands within the downloaded Engintron package.
Installation takes only few minutes and is not a complicated process. Engintron is compatible with both 32 or 64 bit CentOS 5,6,7 also on CloudLinux versions 6 and 7. It is supported with EasyApache 3 And 4.
Login to your server as Root and execute the following commands.
rm -f engintron.sh
wget –no-check-certificate https://raw.githubusercontent.com/engintron/engintron/master/engintron.sh
bash engintron.sh install
For updating or re-installing Engintron use the Engintron dashboard inside the WHM or can repeat the installation procedure. Engintron keeps the backup of the main 5 configuration files of Nginx. Login as root and navigate to Nginx’s files to get the backups of the configuration files.
For uninstalling Engintron login to your server as Root and execute the below command.
bash /engintron.sh remove
This will remove Engintron completely from your server including the configuration files and Engintron app dashboard and revert all changed made to your box including the port 80 which was early instructed to work on port 8080.
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