nginx <arg...>

Nginx (pronounced ``engine x'') is an HTTP and reverse proxy server, a mail proxy server, and a generic TCP/UDP proxy server. It is known for its high performance, stability, rich feature set, simple configuration, and low resource consumption




-c <file>Use an alternative configuration file
-e <file>Use an alternative error log file. Special value stderr indicates that the standard error output should be used
-g <directives>Set global configuration directives
-p <prefix>Set the prefix path. The default value is %%PREFIX%%
-qSuppress non-error messages during configuration testing
-TSame as -t, but additionally dump configuration files to standard output
-tDo not run, just test the configuration file. nginx checks the configuration file syntax and then tries to open files referenced in the configuration file
-VPrint the nginx version, compiler version, and configure script parameters
-vPrint the nginx version
-?, -hPrint help
-s <signal>Send a signal to the master process. The argument signal can be one of: stop, quit, reopen, reload