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5 Responses

  1. Tiago says:

    Thanks bro!

    I was able to solve, through these tips, error 521 in CloudFlare. The site was down for 3 days.

    Thank you)

  2. Lasse says:

    This whole article has literally nothing to do with nginx, it reads more like a systemd tutorial.

  3. Oli says:

    This article looks mostly like an introduction to systemd’s systemctl. And the last command doesn’t even show the “Nginx Command Help”, it’s the help of systemctl.

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