How to upgrade nginx to the newest version?

Hi all,

I’m using debian and used ‘apt-get install nginx’ installed nginx
0.7.6.3
And I want to upgrade it to version 0.8.53.

Use ‘apt-get install nginx’ I don’t need to compile nginx, and the conf
file
is in /etc/nginx.
And if I want to install 0.8.53, I need to compile nginx first, so how
can I
upgrade nginx with current nginx.conf?
There are several websites on my server, I don’t want to interrupt web
service

Thanks

On 25 Out 2010 12h03 WEST, [email protected] wrote:

nginx.conf? There are several websites on my server, I don’t want
to interrupt web service

If you create a new .deb package there’s no interruption and no config
file is rewritten. The .deb has a postinst script that does the
upgrade properly by sending the correct signals to the running
process.

I can share with you my .deb for 0.8.53 (I’ve not yet setup a debian
repo) It has no SSI, mail support or Python CGI stuff. It’s compiled
against the OpenSSL library in squeeze (testing release).

— appa

Hi Xin,

You can use my nginx personal. i packaged it non-official for Debian
(works in squeeze/sid) from:

http://dl.0x29.com.ve/debian/

Dont forget to check README file for more info.

Enjoy :wink:

On Mon, Oct 25, 2010 at 6:33 AM, Xin L. [email protected] wrote:

Thanks


Juan A. Moreno
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