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Nginx: Cache uWSGI as accessible files

I'm still pretty new to Nginx, but I know that it serves static files very well. For this reason I want to use Nginx together with TileStache as a map server. TileStache has got a WSGI application ...
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Flush mod_pagespeed cache in Debian

I need a way to flush the mod_pagespeed cache while developing. According to mod_pagespeed documents, I should run the following command: sudo touch /var/mod_pagespeed/cache/cache.flush In Debian ...
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File system cache / drop cache(debian)

if i play those command : sync echo 3 > /proc/sys/vm/drop_caches Will the server be force to read the correct file on disk until i put 0 again ? Or this work only one time, and if i want to ...
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Concerning memory usage statistics on debian squeeze

So I have a server, and I'm being reported different/strage memory from several locations and I'm having trouble understanding what it all means. Take this for example: root@****:~# free -m ...
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Debian/Ubuntu is it possible to reinitialize /var/lib/apt/lists and /var/apt/cache after deleting them?

Is it possible to restore the functionality of /var/lib/apt/lists and /var/apt/cache after deleting them or minmizing them in some wa I am trying to shrink down an Ubuntu VM to the smallest size and ...
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My server doesn't seem to be caching anything well

I have a VPS from tocici (via BuildYourVPS). It's got 4 GB of RAM (2 GB of it "burst" RAM). This server has some severe performance issues, however. First, a quick explanation of what this server ...
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MySQL consuming nearly all memory in cache? [duplicate]

I am running a server with 24G of RAM. The only thing running here is a MySQL server configured as Master. When I check the memory via free -m I am getting this: total used ...
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can i remove debian apt cache dir

i am trying to free up some space on my server, and i noticed that /var/cache/apt has 322M assuming that it is just a cache, in my mind it should be ok to delete those files and if it needs it ...