Website Accelerator

Nginx Cache Configuration

Nginx’s global settings allow you to change the default values ​​used by the module on each site. So be very careful when editing, a bad modification could cause damage to some sites like session sharing on online shops. The module will assign different priorities if multiple values are available for the same site. It is…
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Presentation

The WHM interface allows the server administrator to quickly check the status of the server and change several settings of the module. When entering the WHM interface of the module, we immediately have two status block at the top of the page indicating if the module is currently enabled and if the Nginx server is…
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Language

The module is currently available in French and English. In the cPanel control panel, the displayed language will be according to the language selected by the user. If this is not set, English will be selected by default. However, it is possible to translate the module yourself in another language. To do this, you can…
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Development tool

The development tool will help you throughout the tutorial to obtain information that is ordinarily inaccessible on your site. Before you begin, you must first go to your site and open the development tool. In Google Chrome, you have to press the “Ctrl + Shift + i” key on your keyboard or click on the…
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Misc

In case of error with the module or a website, here is some information that will be useful to find the source of the problem. Installation Sometimes Apache will takes too long to close therefore Nginx can not run on port 80 because since it is still in use. When this problem happens, just force…
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Module settings

In the “Module Configuration” menu you can access setting that will change the behavior of the module itself. Auto Update: Allows you to enable or disable the automatic update of the module. Dynamic Cache Size: Allows you to define the available disk space for dynamic file cache (static HTML page or compile from PHP code)….
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Information sent to our servers

During the installation of this module, some information will be collected for technical assistance, statistics and verification of misuse. We promise never to distribute or resell the retrieved information. Here is in detail the information retrieved by the module: The primary IP address. The version of the module. The distribution of the module. The version…
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License

This module requires a valid license to be used. The license validated on a regular basis with our license servers. If an error occurs during the communication or if the license is no longer valid, the module will disable itself until it manages to regain the communicate with our validation servers or if the license…
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Uninstalling

In order to uninstall the module, simply connect to the server terminal with “root” access, go to the directory “/etc/wsa” and run the “uninstall.sh”. Once the module is completely uninstalled, no trace of the installation should be left on the server. During installation, the module takes note of the changes made and the modules it…
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Modules and modifications

Installing mod_remoteip This application is used to keep the visitor real IP when using Nginx as a proxy in front of Apache. Without this module, it would not be possible to use Nginx as a proxy server and have so viable statistics. The installer will install the cPanel RPM “ea-apache24-mod_remoteip” if it detects that the…
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