Home PC Games Linux Windows Database Network Programming Server Mobile  
           
  Home \ Server \ Nginx introduced Dynamic Module Architecture     - The execution order of Oracle WHERE condition is not from right to left (Database)

- CentOS7 + Redis Live Installation and Configuration (Linux)

- 10 Nginx safety tips (Linux)

- Simple solution CC attack under Linux VPS (Linux)

- Revised OpenJDK Java Memory Model (Programming)

- Linux directory permissions to read and execute permissions difference (Linux)

- shell script: a key optimization CentOS system (Linux)

- WinSCP to transfer text files will automatically convert the format (Linux)

- OpenGL Programming Guide (8th edition of the original book) - compute shader (Programming)

- Erase do with HTML5 Canvas and diffusion effect (Programming)

- Android Launcher3 Application List Modify a transparent background (Linux)

- Linux network cut package is not fully defragment (Linux)

- Docker build their own private warehouses (Linux)

- MySQL Online DDL tools of pt-online-schema-change (Database)

- Java generate two-dimensional code by Zxing (Programming)

- Mind mapping software installed in CentOS 7 in XMind (Linux)

- Talk about Java EE Learning (Programming)

- C ++ containers (Programming)

- Java method to read and write files summary (Programming)

- Oracle table compression Technology Introduction (Database)

 
         
  Nginx introduced Dynamic Module Architecture
     
  Add Date : 2018-11-21      
         
         
         
 

nginx in 1.9.11 introduces a Dynamic Module, you can more easily determine which modules used to hang: "Introducing Dynamic Modules in NGINX 1.9.11."

From the past:

an extra option:

and therefore more load_module function can be used:

To load a module at runtime, include the new load_module directive in the main context, specifying the path to the shared object file for the module, enclosed in quotation marks. When you reload the configuration or restart NGINX, the module is loaded in. You can specify a path relative to the source directory, as in these examples, or a full path.

load_module "modules / ngx_http_geoip_module.so";
load_module "modules / ngx_stream_module.so";

     
         
         
         
  More:      
 
- About AWR More Description (Database)
- Python script running in the background (Programming)
- Linux Shell introduces (Linux)
- Several start-up mode of Tomcat (Server)
- Node.JS different ways to install under Ubuntu 15.04 (Linux)
- Appweb configuration in detail (Server)
- CentOS 6 compiling httpd-2.4.10 (Server)
- Linux Network Statistics Tools / Command (Linux)
- CentOS6.5 install SVN & visual management tools iF.SVNAdmin (Server)
- MySQL primary and secondary replicate data inconsistencies (Database)
- Java multi-threaded shared communications variables (Programming)
- Linux, see picture not resolve the problem (Linux)
- Add your own kernel and ramfs based on an existing Linux LiveCD (Linux)
- How apt-get limited use IPv4 or IPv6 protocol to download (Linux)
- Debian 8.2.0 (Jessie) fast clean installation tutorial (Linux)
- Installation and use GAMIT / GLOBK Software (Linux)
- How to install Nginx on FreeBSD 10.2 as an Apache reverse proxy (Server)
- Tomcat session clustering and server session (Server)
- Servlet life cycle code examples (Programming)
- LNMP summary of the issues common 502 Bad Gateway (Server)
     
           
     
  CopyRight 2002-2022 newfreesoft.com, All Rights Reserved.