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Install & Configure Nginx on Existing Cpanel Servers cd /usr/local/src wget http://nginxcp.com/latest/nginxadmin.tar tar xf nginxadmin.tar cd publicnginx ./nginxinstaller install Once installation completes, login to WHM for that server Scroll past ConfigServer Security&Firewall to see Nginx Admin and click it Add the 0 */1 * * * /usr/sbin/tmpwatch -am 1 /tmp/nginx_client to crontab -e on the server Click 'Configuration Editor' Copy/Paste into the field user nobody; # no need for more workers in the proxy mode worker_processes 4; error_log /var/log/nginx/error.log warn; worker_rlimit_nofile 20480; events { worker_connections 5120; # increase for busier servers use epoll; # you should use epoll here for Linux kernels 2.6.x } http { server_name_in_redirect off; server_names_hash_max_size 10240; server_names_hash_bucket_size 1024; include mime.types; default_type application/octet-stream; server_tokens off; # remove/commentout disable_symlinks if_not_owner;if you get Permission denied error # disable_symlinks if_not_owner;…

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Every new site wants to get their piece of Google, Yahoo, & Alexa.  Yes I said it, Alexa ;) There is a bit of a risk when allowing these bots to traverse your endless universe of pages, posts, and other niceties that you want to get out there an noticed.  Keep in mind, these 3 Search Engines arent the only ones looking for your site and content.  There are millions of bots out there just sniffin around, and while most are harmless "Let's get your site listed in my directory" variety, there are some that look to do harm.  Trust me when I tell you, you don't want them finding out you've left a massive back-door open to your site's shopping cart. Here is how…

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