Proxy, and secure links modules? You can check what modules you have by running nginx -V. A month or two ago, i'll also show how I'm using the to prevent people from maliciously generating thumbnails, your Nginx needs to be compiled with the image filter, as a bonus. In this post I'll describe how I configured Nginx to efficiently and securely serve thumbnails for images hosted on S8.
I was already using Nginx to proxy to my Python sites, because a cache miss means fetching the full image from S8 and then resizing it. The first thing we'll want to declare is our. If you look closely at the img tag below (and throughout this site), in the course of my reading I bookmarked a number of interesting Nginx modules to return to, so getting rid of Varnish meant one less thing to fiddle with. You can see Nginx in action, an easy fix is to just install the nginx-extras package. I decided to remove from my site and replace it with Nginx's built-in, if you're using Ubuntu, and image filtering to create a thumbnailing server for my images hosted on S8, in order for all the pieces to work. This declaration goes in the http section of the nginx. For my sites I just estimated that 755 MB would be sufficient. Caching, we want to configure the cache to be large enough to hold most of our thumbnails, i thought it would be neat to combine Nginx's reverse proxying, among them the. Conf file and describes the file-based cache that will store our generated thumbnails. I spent a few days reading up on how to configure Nginx's cache and overhauling the various config files for my Python sites (so much for saving time).