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Apache or nginx?

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do you prefer Apache or nginx for a homeserver?
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>>51460313
it's LAMP, not LNMP
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>>51460313
lighttpd
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>>51460321
Lemp > wimp (windows iss) > lamp
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thttpd
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>>51460313
Linux nginx sqlite and c#
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>>51460313
Nginx
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>>51460569
What are the benefits of sqlite over MariaDB?
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>>51460569
>Linux
>c#
Don't tell me you use mono.
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Apache gave me a lot of problems trying to get a server up and runny, Nginx was pretty awesome if your a beginner, it's newer and less resource hungry so Nginx it is
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>>51460788
I do.

>>51460641
SQLite doesn't require a server.
Is good mostly for the "micro services" model.
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>>51460313
I prefer Apache
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nginx
I use both though
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>>51460313
neither because they both sound racist to be honest
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nginx is easier to manage
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>>51462165
w-what
i dont
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Linux
Nginx
Postgres
Python
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LAMP suite because it literally doesn't fucking matter what you use for a home server as long as you can set it up quickly.
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>>51460788
>Windows shills spinning out and going into hypoventilation
Mono on Linux is better than .NET on Windows.
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>>51460313
>Windows
>nginx
>MariaDB
>node.js
Been running a 1.5TB private booru and mail servers for one year.
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>>51460313
Whichever you're most comfortable with.

Your home connection isn't going to have enough bandwidth that it will make a difference, even when coupled with the CPU & disk bandwidth available on an 8 year old laptop.
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>>51460820
>SQLite doesn't require a server.
>Is good mostly for the "micro services" model.

It's even good for production services. If a system doesn't need to be spread across multiple machines, and SQLite supports the calls being done, it's stable, and often faster than a traditional DB server.

The dev team on it is fscking amazing.
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