2 Fixed URL for Nginx's Drupal configuration.
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I've read that Nginx can't do everything, it's limited compared with Apache. "Apache has a module for every task". In my short experience I've been using Nginx for a couple of months with Drupal and everything works fine. If you are using a multisite install for Drupal and Nginx you can set multiple server names on the same server config, but you will not be able to have different logs for each site. I use this config without (almost) any problem: http://wiki.nginx.org/Drupalhttps://www.nginx.com/resources/wiki/start/topics/recipes/drupal/

I've read that Nginx can't do everything, it's limited compared with Apache. "Apache has a module for every task". In my short experience I've been using Nginx for a couple of months with Drupal and everything works fine. If you are using a multisite install for Drupal and Nginx you can set multiple server names on the same server config, but you will not be able to have different logs for each site. I use this config without (almost) any problem: http://wiki.nginx.org/Drupal

I've read that Nginx can't do everything, it's limited compared with Apache. "Apache has a module for every task". In my short experience I've been using Nginx for a couple of months with Drupal and everything works fine. If you are using a multisite install for Drupal and Nginx you can set multiple server names on the same server config, but you will not be able to have different logs for each site. I use this config without (almost) any problem: https://www.nginx.com/resources/wiki/start/topics/recipes/drupal/

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I've read that Nginx can't do everything, it's limited compared with Apache. "Apache has a module for every task". In my short experience I've been using Nginx for a couple of months with Drupal and everything works fine. If you are using a multisite install for Drupal and Nginx you can set multiple server names on the same server config, but you will not be able to have different logs for each site. I use this config without (almost) any problem: http://wiki.nginx.org/Drupal