What is official way to upload nginx.conf on server

Hi.
I have running nginx on server, when I modify nginx.conf setting, I
need to use sftp to upload file to server, as nginx.conf is at
/usr/local/ folder, it need root privilege.

So currently, I will upload file to /home/doc folder, then use ‘sudo
mv’ to deploy nginx.conf. Then I will reload nginx with command line.

I want to know what is recommend way to do this? Thanks!


Rejoice,I Desire!

On Fri, Apr 10, 2015 at 04:05:37PM +0800, Jerry OELoo wrote:

Hi there,

So currently, I will upload file to /home/doc folder, then use ‘sudo
mv’ to deploy nginx.conf. Then I will reload nginx with command line.

I want to know what is recommend way to do this? Thanks!

I think that there isn’t one, because nginx does not care how files get
where they get. All nginx cares about is that the config file that it
is told to read is readable.

Your site or system administrator may have their own policy – edit the
file in-place; “sudo mv” as you do; or use a configuration management
system to deploy the newest tested revision of the config.

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Francis D. [email protected]

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