Nginx server showing previous version

hi,

I was using nginx version 0.6.22 till last Friday.

After that I downloaded the latest version 0.6.25 and then installed it
in
the same location as of 0.6.22(default location).

Now I have the latest nginx file inside nginx-dir/sbin, but when i check
the
version of the server in the header response, it still says 0.6.22.

So, my question is why it is still showing the older version in header
response.

Thanks,
Rakesh.

On Thu, Jan 31, 2008 at 02:42:10AM +0530, just starting wrote:

I was using nginx version 0.6.22 till last Friday.

After that I downloaded the latest version 0.6.25 and then installed it in
the same location as of 0.6.22(default location).

Now I have the latest nginx file inside nginx-dir/sbin, but when i check the
version of the server in the header response, it still says 0.6.22.

So, my question is why it is still showing the older version in header
response.

ps ax -o pid,ppid,%cpu,vsz,wchan,command|egrep ‘(nginx|PID)’

On Wednesday 30 January 2008, just starting wrote:

After that I downloaded the latest version 0.6.25 and then installed it in
the same location as of 0.6.22(default location).

Now I have the latest nginx file inside nginx-dir/sbin, but when i check
the version of the server in the header response, it still says 0.6.22.

http://wiki.codemongers.com/NginxCommandLine#utnbotf

On Jan 31, 2008 2:50 AM, just starting [email protected] wrote:

Let me explain further:

When I checked the version it says: sbin/nginx -v
nginx version: nginx/0.6.25

But when I check the response header sent by nginx server it says Server
nginx/0.6.22.

Please explain the different versions shown.

either restart nginx or use the instructions on the link roxis
provided for upgrading nginx binary on the fly.

Let me explain further:

When I checked the version it says: sbin/nginx -v
nginx version: nginx/0.6.25

But when I check the response header sent by nginx server it
says*Server nginx/0.6.22.
*
**
Please explain the different versions shown.

Thanks,
Rakesh.

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