My configuration is: Apache listening on port 80, Iptables redirecting port 80 to port 8080, Nginx listening on port 8080. I have been using Nginx with the same configuration for several months (0.7.x and 0.8.x):
I have set up this role for auto-renewal, but noticed a few days ago that the cron doesn't auto-renew correctly. When I dry-run, I see that it's because ports 80/443 are already in use. Setting the NGINX listen port. By default NGINX will listen on the port specified in external_url or implicitly use the right port (80 for HTTP, 443 for HTTPS). If you are running GitLab behind a reverse proxy, you may want to override the listen port to something else. Jun 24, 2016 · (a bad reason is a reason non the less) So when I installed Bash for Windows 10, I when and tried Nginx, sadly it didn’t work, and still doesn’t work nicely. I however got it running, this is how : First, install Nginx. Then I wanted to ignite Nginx, but that did not work, starting Nginx failed cause of port 80 was in use.