How to Change Nginx Port in Linux

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2 Responses

  1. Bile Bakshi says:

    Lots of Thanks for this article. I was completely blind after getting lots of issues in nginx, but with the help of your tips and tricks of nginx. it is working properly. Thank you……

  2. TheHighTechRedneck says:

    Don’t forget that on RedHat or CentOS you may need to change the SELinux port context for Nginx to use the new port

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