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The solution was located in digitalocean.com/community/articles/. I needed to perform the command: $ sudo a2ensite default-ssl
Yes you can. I do not know WordPress, but this seems like just a permissions issue anyway. You can do one of several things. First, if the user www-data can FTP then that would be expedient, but perhaps not as safe as you want it to be since www-data should not have FTP permissions for security reasons. Alternatively, your user revxx14 could be modified to ...
It is common practice to define a seperate logfile for each vhost. Without knowing your config, I assume, that the main nginx.conf has defined a default log file. It will log any request that is not matching any of the vhosts that might be configured. I assume that sites-enabled/mysite is a vhost that is using name-based virtual host (in Apache speech this ...
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