Managing Fenix Web Servers

Fenix web servers are managed through any of three native interfaces. The primary visual interface is the most common way to manage servers. For those who like to work in terminals, a native command line utility (CLI)1 also ships with Fenix. A local Application Programming Interface (API)2 is available for automating management activities.

If you're brand new to Fenix, it may be helpful to review the web server features section first. The features section provides a list of all the options that can be managed by the three major interfaces.

Notice for Fenix 2 Users:

Fenix 2 shipped with an API, but the command line utility was a separate npm module called fenix-cli. This utility has been deprecated in favor of a native Fenix 3 command line utility (i.e. no separate install required). After fully migrating to Fenix 3, the old command line utility should be removed by executing npm uninstall -g fenix-cli.

Remember, this must be done after migration, since the old command line utility is used in part of the migration process.

1. CLI on Wikipedia
2. API on Wikipedia

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