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Thanks for vagrant. It's very useful for me!
One of the biggest differences is the architecture. Nginx is event-driven while Apache is process-driven. Nginx has one master process and multiple workers that wait to process based on events. Apache, at least in the original arch, would fork and create a new process to handle a new request. Nginx tends to be more performant with a lower memory footprint.
Nice intro! MALLOWIGI asked a good question! Can you explain more about that? Is not easy to compare both but maybe you can give us a brief comparison : )
What makes it better than Apache? Apache has a lot of modules too...
emm,just a intro.
Unicorn will be a part of episode two, though the internals of it aren't in the scope of the series.
Looking forward to next videos. Would Unicorn be part of that series?
Thank you. Nice intro. This will be enough to get started with Nginx.
woooh. nc :D
Can't wait for this series.
Thanks, a great intro, can't wait for series about the real fun with nginx
In this new series, we'll talk about Nginx basics and how to make things work with your Rails app. We'll also review some customizations so you can get the most out of Nginx on Rails.