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How to Install Latest NGINX 1.11.9 on Ubuntu, CentOS, RHEL

Nginx 1.11.9 (pronounced as [engine x]) is the most recent release and this release addresses reported bugs. Nginx is an open source webserver, HTTP & reverse proxy server, as well as a mail proxy server. It powers several high-visibility sites, such as Netflix, Hulu, Pinterest, CloudFlare, Airbnb, WordPress.com, GitHub, SoundCloud, Zynga, Eventbrite, Zappos, Media Temple, Heroku, RightScale, Engine Yard and MaxCDN.

Nginx 1.11.9 Changelog

  • When using the stream module,┬áNginx might hog the CPU
  • EXTERNAL authentication mechanism in mail proxy was accepted even if it was not enabled in the configuration
  • A segmentation fault may occur in a worker process if the “ssl_verify_client” directive of the stream module was used
  • The “ssl_verify_client” directive of the stream module might not work
  • Closing keepalive connections due to no free worker connections might be too aggressive
  • An incorrect response is likely returned when using the “sendfile” directive on FreeBSD and macOS
  • A truncated response is likely to be stored in cache when using the “aio_write” directive
  • A socket leak might occur when using the “aio_write” directive

nginx 1.11.9

How to Install Nginx 1.11.9 on Ubuntu 16.10, Ubuntu 16.04, Ubuntu 14.04, Linux Mint, Pinguy OS, Elementary OS, Deepin

sudo add-apt-repository ppa:chris-lea/nginx-devel

sudo apt-get update && sudo apt-get install nginx

----- To restart the service -----
sudo service nginx start

Remove Nginx 1.11.9 from Ubuntu

sudo apt-get remove nginx

How to Install Nginx 1.11.9 on CentOS 7, RHEL

----- Add CentOS 7 EPEL Repository -----
sudo yum install epel-release

----- Install NGINX -----
sudo yum install nginx

----- Start Nginx Service -----
sudo systemctl start nginx
  • Open your browser and enter the following URL address
http://localhost

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