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Old 12th January 2012, 15:13
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Default Nginx and Apache

I have been using Apache for a very long time, and am new to using a control panel like ISPConfig I wish I had started sooner!

Question Most of my sites will host very well on NGNIX however I may still want an apache server. Can ISPCONFIG v3 handle server A being NGNIX and server b with apache. I would not want both on the same server.
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Old 12th January 2012, 15:18
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Yes, thats no problem. You can manage nginx and apache servers from the same controlpanel interface as long as both are not installed on the same server.
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Thank you for the quick reply ISPConfig is great software.
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