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Define safe. It's not a best practice. Depending on the scope of your install (e.g. who has access to the system) it may not be a big deal - for example if the only purpose of this machine is to run Nextcloud. Generally permissions should be 755 on that directory (owner can read, write, enter it) everyone else can only read and enter it. For the nextcloud ...


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Your initial requirement would be relatively easy to answer with a Content Delivery Network (CDN) or some sort of caching layer via a reverse proxy within your infrastructure (I'm just going to use "caching layer" from now on) that the user would visit that then sends requests to your web server (origin) to get the content. User visits a page on ...


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Webservers use name base multiplexing. On any given single IP address they allow to host multiple websites. The server is listening (at the TCP/IP level) on one IP address, and then receives an HTTP frame. This frame contains an HTTP header called host that the client uses to signal which website it wants to visit (on that specific IP address that was found ...


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