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  1. Simple question, how do I access the wordpress admin area? I have not yet mapped the URL to the ip. I am trying to access X.X.X.X/wp-login.php and all I see is the Nginx welcome page.

  2. I’ve been testing EasyEngine now for some weeks and I love it, great job!!

    – W3TC generates nginx.conf file in htdocs folder but following your tutorial I know this file is not functional according to the EE set up, so I guess page cache functionality is limited to the pre loaded configuration in available-sites/mysite.com, unless I modify/update this file manually. Is it right?

    – In case I decide to switch between w3tc and fastcgi (for page cache), do I need to change / update available-sites/mysite.com, or are there more config files to modify?

    – Testing fastcgi with nginx-helper plugin (timestamp enabled) with the proper installation and settings, I realize that when I create a new post the plugin doesn’t purge all of the post and pages, I have to do it manually. Just some post and pages are purged but not all.

    – Finally, in a low memory (ram) server (AWS micro instance with 613M) do you recommend using a swap file? I was doing some testing with this, but I have no clear how it works with this set up or how it could benefit performance.

    Regards and thanks a lot for the great job.

    1. – EasyEngine has it’s own copy of W3TC specific config files. If you pass `–w3tc` switch at the time to `ee site create` command, you will get perfectly configured full-page cache. You can verify that by following – https://rtcamp.com/wordpress-nginx/tutorials/checklist/#testing-wordpress-content-cache-for-phpmysql-crash

      – As of now ee doesn’t support switching. You need to manually edit site’s nginx config file. You can use `ee site edit example.com` command to open site config but for remaining part, please try looking for – https://rtcamp.com/wordpress-nginx/tutorials/

      – Check cache purge options provided in nginx-helper interface in WordPress Dashboard. You can control what gets purged when a post/page is create/edited. For reference, please check first image at – https://rtcamp.com/wordpress-nginx/tutorials/single-site/fastcgi-cache-with-purging/

      – I always recommend swap file. Slowing down is better than complete crash.

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