NGINX Access log is very useful in understanding the HTTP requests and server usage. Here’s how to find where NGINX access log file is located.
Keep alive feature improves website speed by maintaining persistent server connections. Here’s how to enable keepalive in Apache.
Browser Caching reduces server load and improves website speed. Here’s how to enable leverage browser caching in NGINX.
If Directory listing is enabled in your website, it can become vulnerable to malicious attacks. Here’s how to disable directory listing in Apache Web Server
NGINX allows you to serve custom pages in case server related errors. Here’s how you can create NGINX 500 Error pages to return 500, 502, 503, etc error responses.
Malicious attackers can bring down your server with DDOS attacks. Here’s how to limit requests per IP in Apache Web Server
NGINX allows you to setup custom error pages to handle server errors like 404, 503, etc. Here’s how to create NGINX 404 Error Page.
Trailing Slash in URL can make it look ugly and can be removed easily. Here’s how to remove trailing slash from URL in Apache.
NGINX allows you to balance server load across multiple backend servers. Here’s how to setup load balancer in NGINX.
If your website has many downloadable files, you might want to limit bandwidth per connection to reduce server load. Here’s how to limit bandwidth per connection in Apache