I have couple questions.
- is there a reason that apache is listening at the server IP for location /var/www/html?
I notice apache as IP.conf for every IP. Just curious if its a reason that web root is active or if it can be removed?
2.Nginx had the same ip.conf but they only listen on http and proxy to apache as apaches listen on both http and https. I do know these files can’t just be removed, but what is there purpose? they basically have an empty webroot online.
Is it a IP address “catch-all” if so can i just change apaches ip.conf to redirect traffic to my domain instead?
Is there a reason apache and nginx communicate in SSL? shouldn’t nginx be the end point? Nginx responds with http and http but talks to apache in http? i would think it would lover the overhead in their communication. I know SSL is not much of an “overhead” but every bit counts? I ask cause if there is a good reason for this i’ll keep it but if there isn’t id like to try to have nginx do ssl termination. I would think it would give better performance (thought maybe nothing exciting but some)?
why is nginx and apache using public IP? I know why nginx is as it is the public facing, but can’t apache run as local host or 127.0.0.1? I would think it’s safer? or better yet can apache listed on a unix socket?
Also when you compiled nginx does it have support for threading? and support for doing
6.in the admin gui i can’t get ssh keys ed25519 to work but I did get an RSA one to. what types keys can that gui dead with?
- I have apache set with mod event but its set to start at bare minimum:
i don’t need it to handle heavy traffic. One domain I added and mail. I have 20 apache processes and 500mb ram usage. I had 40mb with prefork… I’m confused at the mass increase in resources when event was support to use less. Is hestia CP showing the max ram the process can use or the actual ram usage… I’ve noticed in linux a lot of things like to show you the “max possible ram” not the actual usage.
Thank you for helping in advance.