Good Directive vs Bad Directives
dewanggaba at gmail.com
Wed May 2 01:34:57 UTC 2012
Hi Francis, thanks for the response,
Ok, basicly it's just a different directive (simple and 'crowded'
directive), isn't it ? And it doesn't matter with cpu/mem load (such as we
simply could use "try_files" than "if"). So, the conclusion is that "if"
directive is same as "try_files", the different is only on the simplicity,
and it's not causing cpu/mem high load, right?
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