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Unread postPosted: Fri Dec 30, 2011 6:48 pm 
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Is it possible to get a version of atomic-accelerator for PLESK 10.4 on Centos 6.
I have deployed two option, but they dont play nice with ASL.
The offending IP is always the local serevr IP.
Under my 9.5 server, your atomic-accelerator works great.

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Yeah, you know what they did? They dropped the whole API that lets you manipulate the httpd daemon's port in 10.x. I'm not sure what/if there is a solution to that yet.


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This knowledge base article says what steps are needed to use custom ports for Apache with Plesk 10.2: http://kb.parallels.com/11232

The docs for Plesk 10.3.1 and 10.4.4 show another way:

Plesk 10.3.1: http://download1.parallels.com/Plesk/PP ... /68800.htm

Plesk 10.4.4: http://download1.parallels.com/Plesk/PP ... /68800.htm

I haven't tested either method yet.

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 Post subject: Re: atomic-accelerator?
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Hello,

Has anybody managed to get Nginx, PSA 10.4.x & ASL to play nice?
I have tried a few things with varying degrees of success and failure.
None are ready for the wild so to speak.

Any help or suggestion would be great.

PS: why has this not been built into PSA yet?

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In the works, although we might be changing it to use varnish.


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 Post subject: Re: atomic-accelerator?
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scott wrote:
In the works, although we might be changing it to use varnish.

Awesome! - where could we tracks it's progress and release?

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Plesk: 10.4.x
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You can see everything going on with the builds in the twitter feed here:

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Just curious - any news on this? have not seen anything on Twitter.

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Yeah, conceptually its evolved from nginx to varnish, and now apache 2.4 is a contender. The apache 2.4 work is happening on the tortixd daemon, so when that is sorted out we'll be moving backwards from there toward accelerator again.


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Thanks Scott,

I see that Plesk 11 will have Nginx support built in.
Will that play nice with ASL?

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Yup, it should be fine


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Provided that you tell ASL to protect nginx, keep in mind that nginx does not have any equivalent to mod_security so you do not have an embedded WAF module for nginx. Instead, just tell ASL to put a WAF in front of nginx (you will be able to do that with the new WAF GUI that we will be putting out shortly).

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mikeshinn wrote:
Instead, just tell ASL to put a WAF in front of nginx (you will be able to do that with the new WAF GUI that we will be putting out shortly).


Will this work with any implemnetation of Nginx?

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nginx, litespeed, vmware's web console, plesk, etc. Anything HTTP based really


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Hello,

With the release of ASL 3.0.23 I see the new WAF config option.
Would it be possible to offer a "quick" guide to tell ASL how to put WAF in front of Nginx?

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