For me the thing is - I should not have used EasyEngine in first place. I only run 3 websites - and I thought if I use EasyEngine I safe a lot of time in optimizing the nginx stack. It rather complicated things for me than made things easier (before I had often used tutorials from easyengine precessor website on how to set up a fast nginx stack).
I do not want to reinstall my server because that too will take a lot of time - so I just look for a quick painless way out that resolves security bugs that may appear.
I’ve gone back to a pretty default nginx.conf - except keeping the fastcgi handling as it was with easyengine.
I’m using nginx from ondrej
sudo add-apt-repository ppa:ondrej/nginx
in order to have TLS 1.3 support. Actually I’ve never had any easyengine repositories - and nginx, mysql both came from standard ubuntu repositories. Not sure if there is a need for anythink like
ee stack remove --nginx
apt install nginx
ee stack remove --php
apt install php
and so on.
(I've already done: ee stack remove --postfix, ee stack remove --wpcli, ee stack remove --adminer, ee stack remove --phpMyAdmin, ee stack remove --utils, ee stack remove --mail ) - but am afraid running ee stack remove --nginx/--php/--mysqli or ee stack remove --web.
ee stack status gives the following:
> Nginx is not installed
> Postfix is not installed
> HHVM is not installed
> php5.6-fpm: Running
> php7.0-fpm: Running
> mysql : Running