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Redmine Cookbook by Aleksandar Pavić

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Running Redmine with Nginx and Thin

Nginx (pronounced Engine X) is an HTTP and reverse-proxy server with generic TCP proxying features. It is known for its stability, speed, and security. As such, it's often chosen by many web server and Redmine administrators. Thin is a fast and very simple Ruby web server. Combining these two servers provides additional flexibility and scalability in configuration. However, you are free to test/adjust this recipe and use any other server such as Puma or Unicorn instead of Thin.

Getting ready

Install Redmine from a repository, as explained in the Installing Redmine on Ubuntu recipe. If you are using Windows, then install Redmine by following the Windows installation recipe.

How to do it…

First, install Nginx and ...

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