fresh to nginx
wangzhiming1757 at gmail.com
Wed Dec 12 08:09:25 UTC 2012
Thanks for your suggestion and guideline, and now i am analysising the
Nginx memory pool, it is a little more complicated, maybe i should take
more time on it, hope enjoy it.
2012/12/12 Matthieu Tourne <matthieu.tourne at gmail.com>
> Hi Zhiming!
> On Tue, Dec 11, 2012 at 10:55 PM, 王志明 <wangzhiming1757 at gmail.com> wrote:
>> hi all,
>> I am a fresh man to nginx, who can tell me how to read the nginx source
>> code in general, i just trace the source from main() entry, if this is the
>> right manner.
>> and any related documents are welcomed.
> There are some great guides on the web to get started :
> Evan Miller Guide To Nginx Module Development  and advanced topics 
> A bit old, but definitely not dated if you want to learn how it works
> Nginx Guts  also has quite a few articles on the core of Nginx.
> If you're interested in adding new features, you can find many Nginx 
> or 3rd-party modules ,
> they all add new extensions and capabilities to the core of Nginx.
> As for the main() I think it parses the command line options, reads the
> configuration and spawn the worker processes.
> Then each worker process will start accepting and processing HTTP
> Hope that helps,
>  http://www.evanmiller.org/nginx-modules-guide.html
>  http://www.evanmiller.org/nginx-modules-guide-advanced.html
>  http://www.nginxguts.com/2011/01/phases/
>  http://wiki.nginx.org/Modules
>  http://wiki.nginx.org/3rdPartyModules
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