NGINX in Ubuntu

That small but fast, flexible and powerful HTTP server, NGINX, with HTTP/2 support, that help many high-load project to deal with traffic and load-balancing, looks like has some issues on Ubuntu – The Road Ahead for NGINX in Ubuntu.

By the way, OpenSSL and HTTP/2 gets more and more traction in different Linux distributions, for example Debian added OpenSSL version 1.0.2 to “testing” and “backports” of “stable”.

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  1. Thomas WardNo Gravatar

    This comment is a pretty ancient one.

    We’re talking a while into the future. OpenSSL 1.1.0 is going to be evil for 1.10.x NGINX, because there’s no support for OpenSSL 1.1.0 in it. Come April, 1.11.x will likely become 1.12.x Stable, and not be an issue.

    I have it on good authority OpenSSL 1.1.0 is not landed in Ubuntu, and isn’t on the near radar, so that’s less of an issue.

    Large scale merges are definitely evil. This is not new. I’ve been working on it in Ubuntu now, and I think the next merge will be easier.

    Keep an eye out for updates from me as well, there’s a new post coming within the next couple days as a follow up.

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