Thanks for your update.
When nginx is installed (checking with -V option), I see that the user
specified is "nginx" user.
However my master and worker process are run as a different user (non root
In this case I see that many of the directories in nginx are owned by nginx
user. (probably bcos it was installed as nginx?).
Is there a way to mention that I need this new user.
nginx: [warn] the "user" directive makes sense only if the
master process runs with super-user privileges, ignored in
Wth this , it looks like I cant change the user directive in nginx.conf file
since it does not have any effect.
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