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Enable nginx browser catching for specific url

How can I enable nginx catch for specific URL? I have a django web app and I put my static files such as CSS, JavaScript and ... in a folder called static and I can access them via ...
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Varnish Cache: How does Varnish play with other caching systems?

I'm considering installing Varnish cache in front of my forum platform to speed it up even further. It already runs Percona MySQL DB, PHP 5.5.8 (which has Opcode caching built in, and running) and ...
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“Syntax error at 'input'” when restarting Varnish; something wrong with default.vcl

Here's the default.vcl, varnish configuration file, that I've built after lots of reading and referring: backend default { .host = "127.0.0.1"; .port = "8080"; } acl purge { "localhost"; } # ...
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Configure Squid to cache images explicitly called from img src=“”

Instead of hot-linking to external images from my application I'd like to cache them on my server where my web app resides, e.g. instead of <img src="http://api.domain.com/image/1234.jpeg" /> ...
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2answers
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Using nginx / varnish for SSL and Non-SSL pages

Disclaimer: I have posted this on Stackoverflow as well as I thought it may have fit better there. The link to the question is below if someone would like to answer there. -- I have the following: ...
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Buffer/Cache overflow Ubuntu 10.04 LTS Xen Rackspace

I'm running: Ubuntu 10.04 LTS Server AMD64 in a 512MB XEN paravirtualized environment. lighttpd v1.4.26 PHP v5.3.8 MySQL v5.1.41-3ubuntu12 The issue is: I first started on a '256MB account' which ...
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apache tomcat IE caching problem

I'm running apche2 and tomcat6 both on port 80 with mod_jk setup on ubuntu servers(8.10,9.10). Tomcat is being used for serving jsp pages. I've a small problem with the IE browser which doesn't cache ...
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Utilizing my RAM more efficiently

I just upgraded my RAM on my server from 4 GB to 16GB, I have 2x Dual Core 2.4 Ghz processors and would like to utilize that extra RAM if possible to setup some additional caching, or just anything ...
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Is if-modified-since enabled by default in Ubuntu?

If it is not, how do I enable it?
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Local multi-distribution repository proxy

We have several linux workstations on the local network, with more on the way and I'd like to set up a local repository to save bandwidth and speed up installation and updates. However, we use CentOS ...