Yup on 0.3.3 as well
Yeah Nginx in front should do it, here's how i have it setup on Centmin Mod Nginx stack http://ghost.centminmod.com/ghost-node-js-install-on-centmin-mod-nginx-stack/So I need a webserver that handles the port 80 and forwards the requests to one/some node.js servers.
How do you handle the node.js processes? Linux service script is good for reboots but how do you keep the node.js alive?
Nginx in front should take care of some of it i think. Early days only been using Ghost for 6 daysAnd what about keep alive and security? Don't want to beef but is node.js and ghost really save? Do they check content security, xframes, xss, csfr, dos, etc?