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Nginx HTTP Server [Englisch] [Taschenbuch]

Clément Nedelcu
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20. Juli 2010
The book includes detailed instructions for each of the processes it describes: downloading and installing the application, configuring and using modules, and much more. It provides a step-by-step tutorial to replace your existing web server with Nginx. With commented configuration sections and in-depth module descriptions, you will be able to make the most of the performance potential offered by Nginx. By covering both early setup stages and advanced topics, this book will suit web administrators interested in solutions to optimize their infrastructure, whether they are looking into replacing existing web server software or integrating a new tool cooperating with applications already up and running. If you, your visitors, and your operating system have been disappointed by Apache, this book is exactly what you need.

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  • Taschenbuch: 348 Seiten
  • Verlag: Packt Publishing (20. Juli 2010)
  • Sprache: Englisch
  • ISBN-10: 1849510865
  • ISBN-13: 978-1849510868
  • Größe und/oder Gewicht: 23,5 x 19 x 1,8 cm
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Gutes Buch 21. März 2011
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Ich kann das Buch empfehlen. Es wird Schritt für Schritt erklärt wie man Nginx einrichtet und Konfiguriert. Für mich als Einsteiger, war es sehr hilfreich. Wobei das ein oder andere nicht mehr so aktuell zu seinen scheint. Aber die Technick entwickelt sich ja auch rasend schnell weiter. Gebe den Buch trotzdem 5 Sterne.
Mit dem Buch und einigen Tutorials im Internet kann man sich gut seinen eigenen Nginx Server zusammebauen.
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3.0 von 5 Sternen The only book I have seen on the topic 14. August 2010
Von M. Helmke - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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I started using Nginx as my primary web server a little over 18 months ago. At the time, I was using an underpowered server with low memory, and I wanted to replace Apache with something lighter. Even though I still love Apache for its power, configurability, and contributions to the open source world, there are times when other options are called for.

Nginx is an http server written in Russia intended for high traffic websites with a mind toward network scalability. It also works great as a lightweight replacement for Apache on my little server with 256MB RAM and one processor (that has since been upgraded, but I didn't switch back). Even the day I had a post on the front page of of a popular social networking website, my little server withstood the onslaught without crashing.

The hard part of making the switch was finding documentation. As Nginx was birthed in Russia, I presume good documentation may be found in Russian, but since I don't know the language that doesn't help me. Finding documentation in English was a chore. Simple things were available at the main Nginx website and wiki (which have also grown and improved over time), but I had a difficult time finding detailed information about specific things I needed, such as translating Apache 301 rewrite rules into a format that would work in Nginx so that I could continue to use WordPress with pretty URLs.

Nginx HTTP Server is the first English book I have seen that compiles quality documentation and instruction for using Nginx. I'm glad it exists. The information is current, detailed, and clear.

Some of the topics in the book seem to me to be a bit odd for a text on the topic. There is a whole chapter dedicated to basic Linux shell commands and administration. Perhaps this will be useful for some, but I would imagine most people interested in Nginx will already know the topic. The second chapter discusses downloading source code, configuring, and installing the traditional way along with writing up a SysV init script for the service. I think that is good information to include. Strangely missing is information about installing Nginx from Linux distribution repositories, which is far easier, especially for the presumed newbies who needed the first chapter on shell commands.

The real value of this book is in chapters 3 - 8. Here we dive deep into configuration options, file syntax, modules, variables and more. We learn how to set up PHP and Python with Nginx, which will make hosting most popular website software like WordPress, vBulletin, or anything built with Django fairly simple. Also discussed are similar methods of enabling other languages and platforms like Perl or Ruby on Rails.

The last two chapters are great for people coming over from Apache. One discusses how to use Nginx as a front end proxy to speed up a website running Apache. The other discusses how to make a full switch. Both include great comparisons and honest discussions of the strengths and differences between Apache and Nginx, including some good advice about when one may be a better choice than the other.

I have a lot of good things to say about this book, and I'm glad it exists. It will remain on my shelf as a useful reference for specific modules and configuration details that are not committed to memory. Comparing its contents to what I already know of Nginx, I believe the book to be technically accurate and current.

The book does have one glaring weakness, though. The quality of the writing is inconsistent. Most of the time, the text is adequately clear and communicates well. However, there is an annoying tendency throughout the book toward awkward grammar and odd phrasing, perhaps as often as one occurrence every two or three pages. This tells me two things: the book was probably written by someone who is not a native English speaker, which is not a big deal at all, and that the copy editing and proofreading was weak, which is a major failing. The initial cringe-worthy portion occurs in the very first paragraph of the Preface:

"...for the past few month the same reports reveal the rise of a new competitor: Nginx, a lightweight HTTP server originating from Russia--pronounced "engine X". There have been many interrogations surrounding the pronounced newborn. Why has the blogosphere become so effervescent about it?"

Packt Publishing generally releases books on technology that are current and contain accurate information. The company focuses their efforts on very narrow, niche topics that they alone offer, and I like that. They also have a disappointing habit of being filled with this sort of writing. This book is no exception. Since, like many of their offerings, this is the only book on a topic that is interesting and useful to a specific group of people, I can't help but recommend that people using or wanting to use Nginx take a look at the book. Still, I would love to see the language of their books rise to the level of their technical content. This would allow me a clearer conscience in recommending their products.
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3.0 von 5 Sternen Missing some key details 21. August 2010
Von DBanks - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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I purchased this book because it is the only reference book I could find that is dedicated to nginx. The first two chapters (about 1/4 of the pages) are dedicated to general operating system-related content. While I'm sure that some readers will appreciate the ability to start at the ground floor and build up to a working nginx installation, I would have preferred to have those extra pages dedicated to nginx-specific issues.

One of the features of nginx is its extensibility via add-in modules. Many modules come with the nginx package, and others are available from 3rd parties. I was disappointed at how brief the content was in relation to modules that are included in the base package. I'd be understanding if the book lightly touched on 3rd party modules, but there are significant feature additions that are covered in less than 1/2 page each.

Also, details on nginx configuration directives were sparse in some instances. A one sentence description of a directive may suffice for someone that has a basic working knowledge of a subject, but more details would be a great addition for a book that claims to address both beginners and experienced users.

Overall, the book answered some of my questions, but leaves me with many unanswered ones. Alas, the reason I purchased the book was because online reference materials were somewhat disjointed and brief. I had hoped for the book to be superior to the information I could find online. Instead, the book is on-par with the info that I could find myself. While it's nice to have it all in one place, it's not worth ~$40 for that convenience, in my opinion.

The editors pledge to answer questions not addressed by the book, so I've dropped them a note. I'll follow up when they respond.
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5.0 von 5 Sternen Great coverage 27. Oktober 2010
Von Y. Maman - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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I found this book a great companion to the nginx wiki. It's structured with starting small (getting to know the server) and building toward something great (running fastcgi applications like django, wordpress...) .

While I agree with the others that the first two chapters seemed disconnected in the sense that they were more intro to linux administration than they were specific to nginx, it was not a big deal. First, it was just those chapters and once we start with the nginx chapters, the content is rich there. Second, it was nice to see validation and some variation on how another fellow site admin does things.

I found the explanations of the various nginx directives to be great. I liked the format of context (where you can put them), explanation (what the directive does) and examples (various useful examples). The parts on the rewrite module were great to get the hang of how the redirects work and how to adapt rewrites from apache.

I also liked the authoritative stances that he takes. Like php-fpm (the fastcgi solution that became included with php 5.3.3) being "currently acknowledged to be the most efficient solution in terms of features and performance" (page 207). It gave me confidence to want to try it. Between the book's explanations and the wiki's recipes I was able to get an nginx based Drupal 6 install running off php-fpm on my Ubuntu box. A hint, if you're compiling your own nginx, include the separate 'echo' module so that you can see the values of the variables provided by nginx. See the nginx wiki for installing that module.

The writing is pretty clear and I heartily recommend this to anyone like me who's put off learning nginx until a good book has come out on it.
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2.0 von 5 Sternen Good book, poor quality. 27. Oktober 2012
Von Avid Gamer - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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The printing and binding of the book is HORRIBLE! The page printing is at an angle, and the spine was an odd shape.

The book is great if your goal is to use it with PHP and Apache. Otherwise you have to read through it for the few nuggets of information around everything else.

Too expensive for what it provided. If you can find it for $25, then get it.
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3.0 von 5 Sternen Good but needs depth 6. Mai 2011
Von David Moreno - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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The book is very well written but it lacks a lot of details and best practices. A lot of the information contained on the book can also be found on Nginx's wiki page, like lists of all configuration parameters, etc, so real-life scenarios are desired and not there.
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