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Re: TLSv1.3 by default?

November 28, 2018 02:29PM
Maxim Dounin Wrote:
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> There is no such thing as "defaults from the stock nginx.conf".
> The nginx.conf file can be used to set various configuration
> parameters.
>
> Obviously enough, distributions may need to set something in
> nginx.conf they ship with nginx packages differently from what is
> configured in example configuration as available in nginx sources,
> conf/nginx.conf. Though my recommendation would be to keep

That's the file I meant.

> configuration shipped as close to conf/nginx.conf as possible, and
> don't diverge from it unless there are good reasons to.

OK, but that file sets some settings differently from documented defaults, which is kinda confusing.
Wouldn't it make sense to not do that?

I'd prefer the nginx.conf to be as clean and simple as possible.
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TLSv1.3 by default?

Olaf van der Spek November 23, 2018 08:43AM

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Olaf van der Spek November 23, 2018 01:05PM

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Maxim Dounin November 23, 2018 02:00PM

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Olaf van der Spek November 23, 2018 03:39PM

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Olaf van der Spek November 28, 2018 03:07AM

Re: TLSv1.3 by default?

Maxim Dounin November 28, 2018 09:20AM

Re: TLSv1.3 by default?

Olaf van der Spek November 28, 2018 02:29PM

Re: TLSv1.3 by default?

Maxim Dounin November 28, 2018 02:40PM

Re: TLSv1.3 by default?

Olaf van der Spek November 28, 2018 03:28PM

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