Hey @eva2000, just some general questions and feedback from using Centmin Mod for the last 2 days, as I said been a LEMP person for a bit, but finally bit the bullet and trying Centos and Centmin Mod out. 1. Why two domain.com.conf files for nginx? Couldn't you create just one and have the user enable an include if they were going to do SSL? A bit confusing initially, which one should I modify, etc. 2. Should an admin be modifying the nginx domain.com.conf files directly or should we put our changes in an include? I don't know if you overwrite the domain.com.conf files at all during upgrades/re-installs/etc, which leads to #2a. 2a. I'm not sure if you update/change the domain.com.conf file with new releases/tweaks/improvements overtime, and if you don't, how does one take advantage of those since you aren't updating them? Hence it should be one of those files that takes just the required changes and end user changes are incorporated via includes. 3. On the domain.com.conf non SSL version, you use reuseport, on the SSL one, you don't, why is that? 4. Maybe it exists and I haven't seen it, but it would be nice to have a page somewhere on the site that says "these are your config files and the path's to them, these files WILL BE overwritten on upgrades/recompiles so do not edit them directly, and these files WILL NOT be overwritten, feel free to add your changes here. And some feedback, it would be cool to see the docs in one place like a wiki instead of spread out over multiple forum posts and such, sort of like the OLS folks are doing at OpenLiteSpeed Keep up the great work btw, happy so far with what I've seen, just a bit of a learning curve tracking where everything is, all the includes, and different directories, bouncing between forum posts, etc, again not a bad thing, just having to retrain this old dog on new stuff!