Tag: CentOS

NGINX: SELinux Changes when Upgrading to RHEL 6.6 / CentOS 6.6

When you upgrade a running system to Red Hat Enterprise Linux (RHEL) 6.6 or CentOS 6.6, the Security Enhanced Linux (SELinux) security permissions that apply to NGINX are relabelled to a much stricter posture. Although the permissions are adequate for the default configuration of NGINX, configuration for additional features can be blocked and you need to permit…

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Deploying NGINX and NGINX Plus with Docker

Note: This post was updated in November 2017 to make the Docker commands comply with current standards and to provide a better and safer‑to‑use NGINX Plus Dockerfile. Docker is an open platform for building, shipping, running, and orchestrating distributed applications. As software applications, the open source NGINX product and the enhanced and commercially supported version, NGINX Plus, are great use…

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