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Events Context
1.worker_connections – how many people can connect simultaneously to nginx server
2.multi_accept – it allows max number of connections simultaneously.
3.use epoll – used to increase throughput.

Http context
1.server_tokens – it should be set to off as it prevents showing nginx version number in error pages and response headers.
2.server_names_bucket_size – it helps to quickly serve static file sets.
3.access_log – it logs every connection made to your server. You should turn it off for busy servers. While error log must remain turned on.
4.gzip – it should be enabled as it compresses files and saves resources.

Buffers
1.client_body_buffer_size – it handles post actions sent to nginx such as form submitting.
2.client_header_buffer_size – it handles clients header buffer size.
3.client_max_body_size – it handles the maximum request size.
4.large_client_header_buffers – it specifies max number and size of buffers for large client headers.

Events Context
1.worker_connections – how many people can connect simultaneously to nginx server
2.multi_accept – it allows max number of connections simultaneously.
3.use epoll – used to increase throughput.

Http context
1.server_tokens – it should be set to off as it prevents showing nginx version number in error pages and response headers.
2.server_names_bucket_size – it helps to quickly serve static file sets.
3.access_log – it logs every connection made to your server. You should turn it off for busy servers. While error log must remain turned on.
4.gzip – it should be enabled as it compresses files and saves resources.

Buffers
1.client_body_buffer_size – it handles post actions sent to nginx such as form submitting.
2.client_header_buffer_size – it handles clients header buffer size.
3.client_max_body_size – it handles the maximum request size.
4.large_client_header_buffers – it specifies max number and size of buffers for large client headers.

Events Context
1.worker_connections – how many people can connect simultaneously to nginx server
2.multi_accept – it allows max number of connections simultaneously.
3.use epoll – used to increase throughput.

Http context
1.server_tokens – it should be set to off as it prevents showing nginx version number in error pages and response headers.
2.server_names_bucket_size – it helps to quickly serve static file sets.
3.access_log – it logs every connection made to your server. You should turn it off for busy servers. While error log must remain turned on.
4.gzip – it should be enabled as it compresses files and saves resources.

Buffers
1.client_body_buffer_size – it handles post actions sent to nginx such as form submitting.
2.client_header_buffer_size – it handles clients header buffer size.
3.client_max_body_size – it handles the maximum request size.
4.large_client_header_buffers – it specifies max number and size of buffers for large client headers.

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