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grunt-nginx

0.2.2 • Public • Published

grunt-nginx

Grunt task for Nginx to start, stop and restart a server.

Getting Started

Install the plugin with this command:

npm install grunt-nginx --save-dev

Then add this line to your project's Gruntfile.js gruntfile:

grunt.loadNpmTasks('grunt-nginx');

Overview

Inside your Gruntfile.js file add a section called nginx. This section specifies the nginx task and any options you want to pass to it.

Arguments

grunt-nginx uses colon-separated arguments for the nginx tasks:

  • nginx:start
  • nginx:stop
  • nginx:restart

These are all self-explanatory.

Options

config string - required

Specify which configuration file Nginx should use instead of the default.

prefix string - optional

Sets the prefix path (default: /usr/local/nginx/). Any references in the config file will be relative to this path.

globals string - optional

Sets global directives. Further Information can be found here.

test string - optional

Don't run, just test the configuration file. Nginx checks configuration for correct syntax and then try to open files referred in configuration.

useSudo boolean - optional

Runs nginx with sudo. Useful if you want to run it on port 80.

Paths

grunt-nginx supports both absolute and relative paths. Like most grunt plugins, relative paths are with respect to the Gruntfile.js gruntfile.

Example

nginx: {
    options: {
        config: '/path/to/nginx.conf',
        prefix: './relative/path/nginx'
        globals: ['pid /var/run/nginx.pid', 'worker_processes 2']
    }
}
 
grunt.registerTask("default", "nginx:start");

install

npm i grunt-nginx

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