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Re: HOWTO Install ngx_pagespeed (Google PageSpeed)

Posted: Sat Jul 02, 2016 12:25 pm
by web-seo-consulting
I once tried to install page speed today
but I get this error
configuring additional modules
adding module in /root/ngx_pagespeed-1.11.33.2-beta
mod_pagespeed_dir=/root/ngx_pagespeed-1.11.33.2-beta/psol/include
build_from_source=false
checking for psol ... found
List of modules (in reverse order of applicability): ngx_http_write_filter_module ngx_http_header_filter_module ngx_http_chunked_filter_module ngx_http_v2_fi ngx_http_gzip_filter_module ngx_pagespeed ngx_http_postpone_filter_module ngx_http_ssi_filter_module ngx_http_charset_filter_module ngx_http_sub_filter_modu_userid_filter_module ngx_http_headers_filter_module
checking for psol-compiler-compat ... found
+ ngx_pagespeed was configured
configuring additional dynamic modules
adding module in debian/extra/njs-1c50334fbea6/nginx
./configure: error: no debian/extra/njs-1c50334fbea6/nginx/config was found
Who can help me. Find anything suitable that could help me just

Re: HOWTO Install ngx_pagespeed (Google PageSpeed)

Posted: Sat Jul 02, 2016 8:44 pm
by web-seo-consulting
Ok I have further tried and now he brings me the error

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configuring additional modules
adding module in /root/ngx_pagespeed-release-1.11.33.2-beta
./configure: error: no /root/ngx_pagespeed-release-1.11.33.2-beta/config was found
This config file is there but. Why read it do not got even the rights to 777 increases also does not work.

Any Idea?

Re: HOWTO Install ngx_pagespeed (Google PageSpeed)

Posted: Sun Jul 03, 2016 6:56 am
by mehargags
Don't bother with this... Pagespeed is appreciated to HTTP/2 now and all you need is to add "ssl http2" in front of your site block in nginx.conf. (be aware your nginx should be > v1.9)

Re: HOWTO Install ngx_pagespeed (Google PageSpeed)

Posted: Sun Jul 03, 2016 7:14 am
by web-seo-consulting
YES but I use just for the page no SSL

therefore I can not take http / 2 also.

Or I understand here what fundamentally wrong now

Re: HOWTO Install ngx_pagespeed (Google PageSpeed)

Posted: Sun Jul 03, 2016 5:12 pm
by mehargags
No you are right on your effort... but please know that Pagespeed is already been deprecated and Last Months chrome Update was about this only. So whatever efforts you do now are all going to get wasted.

If you want to take Pain... install a free SSL Certificate from Let's Encrypt, test everything under SSL
Then Switch it to HTTP/2 from nginx. Thats what is recommended

Re: HOWTO Install ngx_pagespeed (Google PageSpeed)

Posted: Mon Jul 04, 2016 9:54 am
by SS88
mehargags wrote:but please know that Pagespeed is already been deprecated and Last Months chrome Update was about this only. So whatever efforts you do now are all going to get wasted.
What do you mean depreciated? The PageSpeed service is depreciated -- but that's nothing to with PageSpeed module.

Re: HOWTO Install ngx_pagespeed (Google PageSpeed)

Posted: Mon Jul 04, 2016 10:11 am
by web-seo-consulting
Ok how should I now generally proceed to the Page Speed module on a Debian8 can install 0.9.8-16 undergone minimally with VestaCP?

Think also really not that is outdated or no longer needed it.

Re: HOWTO Install ngx_pagespeed (Google PageSpeed)

Posted: Mon Jul 04, 2016 11:29 am
by SS88
web-seo-consulting wrote:Ok how should I now generally proceed to the Page Speed module on a Debian8 can install 0.9.8-16 undergone minimally with VestaCP?

Think also really not that is outdated or no longer needed it.

When you execute command, are you root? If not put sudo before the command.

Re: HOWTO Install ngx_pagespeed (Google PageSpeed)

Posted: Mon Jul 04, 2016 3:50 pm
by web-seo-consulting
yes I'm root when I run the command

Re: HOWTO Install ngx_pagespeed (Google PageSpeed)

Posted: Tue Jul 05, 2016 6:34 am
by SS88
web-seo-consulting wrote:yes I'm root when I run the command
This sounds like a permission error. Can you move the directory 'ngx_pagespeed-1.11.33.2-beta' somewhere other than /root/ and that should fix the issue. Failing that, you can chmod /root/ 777 (recursively) and once completed set the permissions back to normal on the /root/ folder.