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I have an EC-2 instance on AWS with NGINX and PHP-FPM running Magento 1.9

The need arose to create a multi store system using a sub directory.

mydomain.com = default store mydomain.com/teen = teen store

How do I set?

  • You don't want to do that, Google doesn't index subdirectories very well and you will be penalised - you really want separate tlds. Plus you should swap PHP-FPM with HHVM - you get 5-10x the performance from the same hardware - it's the little secret service providers don't want you to know about - hopefully you are running RDS for low maintenance. – user15949 Nov 4 '14 at 13:50
  • Nginx /w fpm /w opcache /w redis: I don't think a 5-10 fold increase is realistic. In response time? Processor time? – snh_nl May 6 '15 at 20:23
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To emulate a subdirectory you don't need to actually create a subdirectory on the filesystem. Instead you need to enable the store code in the url in System > Config > General > Web:

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  • thank you, works good! But, that way I will have problems with modules that use the base url, as paypal and others in the new store? – luiza Oct 16 '14 at 9:26
  • No, if the module is coded correctly you should be just fine :) – philwinkle Oct 16 '14 at 18:58

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