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Resolved Official plesk migration guide from apache to nginx

Discussion in 'Plesk Onyx for Linux' started by Pedro Lopes, Aug 2, 2017.

  1. Pedro Lopes

    Pedro Lopes New Pleskian

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    Hello all,

    Our goal is to start taking advantage of the incredible speed improvements on http2 via SSL.

    Ubuntu 16.04 has no official support for apache mod_http2 due to it's experimental state. We host 2 distinct websites with latest version of Joomla having 2 versions of PHP: 5.6 to 7 with apache. Both websites have let's encrypt SSL certificates provided by plesk integration.

    We already setup http2 on plesk according to this guide HTTP/2 Support in Plesk

    We read that plesk runs a custom version of nginx we want to configure the joomla installation to always use your nginx even in new websites and uninstall apache. Is there a guide for this?

    Thank you very much in advance!
     
  2. IgorG

    IgorG Forums Analyst Staff Member

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    Best Answer
    You can just turn off Proxy mode in nginx settings to stop using Apache - Apache and Nginx Settings
    But note about known limitations and note, that Apache will not be completely disabled, stopped, etc. Webmail will work on Apache anyway, for example.
    Unfortunately, there is still some kind of limitations which doesn't allow to disable and remove Apache completely.
     
  3. Pedro Lopes

    Pedro Lopes New Pleskian

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    OK, not such a good idea for the time being though...

    Thank you very much.
     
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