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Determine Linux Server's Architecture (32 or 64 bit) [duplicate]

I actually just have shared hosting at Dreamhost, and I'm going to use it to test deploying a MongoDB based application. There are 32-bit and 64-bit pre-built distros, but I don't know which I should ...
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Varnish -> Nginx -> Apache a good idea?

I'm thinking about the architecture for a new Webserver. Would having Varnish as a cache in front of Nginx as a reverse-proxy and serving static files in front of apache for all heavy lifting be a ...
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How to set up Development, Staging, Production, and QA environments

I am in the process of setting up new servers for an organization. What are the standards or best practices for setting up a new environment with Development, Testing, Staging, and Production (or I'm ...
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Where to go to learn about web architecture? Youtube example?

I'm trying to build a web application that is similar to Youtube (it's not a knock off), but I guess I don't know how video is served on the internet very well. I know how to build regular database ...
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Bash can't start a programme that's there and has all the right permissions

This is a gentoo server. There's a programme prog that can't execute. (Yes the execute permission is set) About the file $ ls prog $ ./prog bash: ./prog: No such file or directory $ file prog prog: ...
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What is the standard system architecture for MongoDB

I know this question is too vague, so I would like to add some key numbers to give insights about what the scenario is Each Document size - 360KB Total Documents - 1.5 million Document created/day -...
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How to achieve the following RTO & RPO with logshipping only using SQL Server?

Trying to come up with viable backup restore & logshipping solution for achieving the following: 15 minutes Recovery Point Objective (no more than 15 minutes data loss at any time) 5 minutes ...