NGINX version 1.9.11 introduces dynamic modules, separate shared object files that can optionally be loaded at runtime.
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Using New Debugging Features to Probe NGINX Internals
Learn how to use GDB to probe NGINX internals – you can write the debug log in memory and dump the active NGINX configuration
NGINX 1.9.2 Released
Learn about all the new features in NGINX 1.9.2: improvements to TCP load balancing, email proxy, and more
Socket Sharding in NGINX Release 1.9.1
Learn how enabling the SO_REUSEPORT socket option, newly supported in NGINX 1.9.1, can improve performance by load balancing connections across workers