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Using a PURE nginx server VS Apache (with nginx as the reverse proxy)
I’ll try to give as much information as possible - just to be more clear. I’m almost ready with a Classifieds website based on PHP and Mysql. I’m using Centos 6 with Memcached and Opcache.
I’ve always used Apache as the web-server. And have never really used nginx. But i’ve been lately reading a lot about it. Some say that PURE nginx beats Apache to the ground. Some say, using nginx as the reverse proxy is the best way, as you include all the goodies from nginx and apply it to Apache.
Given my situation, about a classifieds website, what do you feel would be the best option for a web server? And why?
Your replies are appreciated, thanks!
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