HTTP stands for Hyper Text Transfer Protocol and is the protocol used to transfer information around the World Wide Web.

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Unable to get ejabberd prebind to work

I'm trying to get the prebind of BOSH sessions to work. I want to be able to authenticate a user in my CMS and then log him in when he accesses the chat, for this I found ...
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How to log effective outgoing HTTP requests made by Squid, with headers after adaptation?

I use Squid to modify some HTTP headers sent by clients. For testing purposes, I want to completely delete the 'User-Agent' header. Here is my config : request_header_access User-Agent deny all ...
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How to solve SocketException: Permission denied: connect

I recently encountered a problem that is giving me a headache and I need help ... The System consists of two subsystems, called A and B, each running on a standalone Tomcat instance and currently ...
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Nginx not honoring must-revalidate

I want to use nginx as a caching reverse proxy. I also have a special requirement, which I thought could be accomplished with nginx. I am using Amazon s3 as origin server and I use signed urls to ...
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Evaluating and redirecting http requests

I am trying to evaluate traffic on port 80 to determine whether or not if we need to redirect a request, or pass it through, while being transparent. Scenario: User connects to our system via Wifi. ...
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Cherokee force gzip compression for HTTP/1.0

I am using CloudFront with a Cherokee origin server for static files. Cherokee serves gzipped content for direct browser requests without any problem. But when CloudFront requests content, Cherokee ...
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What does 'http: getaddrinfo*.gaih_getanswer: got type “46”' mean

Today I got an e-mail from logcheck informing me that the following system event occurred. http: getaddrinfo*.gaih_getanswer: got type "46" Indeed, the above message occurs 4 times in ...
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Highly-available, Web-accessible and scalable deployment of statsd and graphite

I'd like to setup statsd/graphite so that I can log JS apps running on HTML devices (ie. not in a contained LAN environment, and possibly with a large volume of incoming data that I don't directly ...
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Fence node in apache traffic server

I'm currently looking into Apache Traffic Server as a tool for providing better availability of web services. But looking at the manual I can't see any reference to how I can pro-actively fence a ...
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what is macosxserver in httpd.conf of apache?

what is the meaning of macosxserver in httpd.conf of apache ? it is say that .but what it is ??? when I use websharing ,it works but I typed sudo apachectl start ,it did not works ,just say not found ...
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A tool to measure overhead of establishing TCP connections

I need a tool which would while doing port forwarding measure how much time was spent establishing TCP connections vs total time passed. Charles debugging proxy has the port forwarding feature and ...
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Making mod_proxy_http send back response asynchronously (w/o 100 Continue)

A servlet engine (Jetty) is running behind an Apache Httpd server, forwarded using mod_proxy_http. This is running a small servlet that accepts PUT requests and is authenticated using HTTP Basic ...
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Need information about this HTTP header (Conexão:fechada)

I keep seeing this HTTP header in the blocked HTTP requests on my web server for a lot of separate applications: Conexão:fechada Which is in Portuguese, and it means: Connection: closed This ...
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Browser getting confused with similar-named directories?

This might be completely off-topic, and if so, I'm sorry, but it's about servers and it's got me completely baffled. Basically, seemingly at random, images get loaded wrong. It's never happened to ...
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Is it safe to use HTTP status 308 Permanent Redirect?

Is it safe to use the HTTP status code 308 Permanent Redirect (suggestion) in server responses? The issue with 301 Moved Permanently is that it only works with GET requests (to be fair: POST will ...
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OpenVPN server stops responding

I've setup an OpenVPN server at Google Compute Engine. The client connection initiates fine. I'm able to fetch websites with: curl --interface tun0 google.com However, when I open the same site in ...
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HTTP 503 Service Unavailable. IIS 8

After installing Helicon Zoo in IIS to deploy python django app on IIS I ve got with other applications, which were deployed before and working, HTTP 503. Logs give next information (for ...
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How to have Jetty redirect http to https on the same port?

This question is related to How to have Jetty redirect http to https and Jetty 9 - redirect http to https but not answered in either location. Basically, we run our app at some port, say 8085. We ...
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“\xc2:\xc2” in HTTP proxy GET request

Recently I came across lines like these in an HTTP server's access_log (I've changed the real image to "someimage.jpg" - you can browse the images folder directly since directory listing is allowed, ...
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python urllib2 hangs when invoked by apache

I have a python script that reads a resource using urllib2 like so response = urllib2.urlopen('http://www.google.com') html = response.read() response.close() which works fine when invoked in a ...
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Gradle/Maven unable to create directories on Apache HTTP Server

I'll start by saying that I'm new to all this, so I may need answers explained in simple terms. Also, while I'm seeing this with Gradle/Maven, I'm almost completely sure it's a server-side permissions ...
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Nginx blocking webstes with proxy_pass

I have an Nginx script that proxied HTTP request using this: proxy_pass http://$http_host$uri$is_args$args; I have a list of websites and I want to make it just these ones accessbile by the proxy. ...
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Best effort (failover) HTTP proxy use in aptitude?

I was installing a new Ubuntu 13.10 (daily build) for testing, and came to the option of being able to configure an HTTP proxy server for aptitude. It's been a while since I've sat through an ...
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s3put fails with “Connection reset by peer” for large files

I can upload small files quite fine using the same commands, however whenever I try to upload a 5 GB file to S3 then the s3 script fails: [backup]$ s3put --bucket john-murdoch-bucket --reduced ...
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Configure IIS To Send “text/html” In Response for IE11

The updated version of Internet Explorer in Windows 8.1, IE11, has the following User Agent string as per this: Mozilla/5.0 (Windows NT 6.3; Trident/7.0; rv:11.0) like Gecko Our website is ...
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short Apache outages (VPS, ModSecurity)

I have a problem with my site recently hosted at Liquidweb, none of their techs seems to be able to solve this issue even after days. Was hoping I could get some help here. Occasionally, my site's ...
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trouble with github behind Varnish caching servers

We are a development team in Europe (Berlin to be precise) that heavily depends on the availability of raw.github.com. Our CI server way to often (sometime in 50% of all cases) reports failed builds ...
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Apache looking for wrong directory in git-http-backend configuration

I wouldn't be posting here unless I've run out of options. Be forewarned, I could be making a very simple rookie mistake. I'm trying to set up the git-http-backend on Ubuntu Server 12.04. I've gone ...
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Is Snort able to efficiently demux and log large HTTP POST requests?

I'm trying to debug some failed HTTP POST requests containing large file uploads (~500 MB). The end-user is receiving strange HTTP responses that are not being logged in either varnish's varnishncsa ...
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Popup window opens that asking for username/password On Https pages

I have installed SSL certificate on my server,I am applying https on some selected pages. for this I am using "WebPageSecurity". I have set all required settings in my web.config as per below ...
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Host name change breaking http? Fedora

OK so I have been messing around on my development server. It has been a while since I have had my head in linux and I suspect I have broken something. I have SSH running and that is working fine. I ...
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VM Ubuntu on Windows server 2008 R2 can not receive HTTP responses

I've installed an Ubuntu server on a Windows Server 2008 R2 as a vm and have some unknown problem there. I set a valid static IP on the Ubuntu server and the Windows server has a valid static IP too. ...
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Hyper-V 2012 and VM web server http

I have a a few windows 2008 R2 Datacenter machines and a few windows 2012 Datacenter machines. I was runnin RedHat 6.2 VM on 2008 and all my other servers could access it over http until I put a VM up ...
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Configure SilkPerformer to work with Fiddler

Does anyone know how to capture a Silk Performer HTTP request, using Fiddler? We can't seem to capture this information no matter what we try (it seems like it ignores all proxy settings).
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Apache not sending headers on certain SSL errors

If I make a http:// request over port 443 on our server, Apache is sending a plaintext error page with no headers, which most implementations of the protocol will interpret as a 200/ As far as I can ...
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Varnish. Wrong outgoing IP?

I have the following: backend default { .host = "127.0.0.1"; .port = "8080"; } acl purge { "127.0.0.1"; } sub vcl_recv { #cloudflare remove req.http.X-Forwarded-For; if ...
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Proper resolution of request url and referer

I was working on my node server and encountered the need to implement the use of request.headers.referer. When I did tests and read headers to determine how to write the parsing functions, I couldn't ...
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Mimicking file requests on my web server

I haven't been able to test this extensively yet, so bear with me. The scenario is like so: I created a temporary file on my web server, downloaded the file, deleted the file. About 3 minutes later I ...
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git push over smart HTTP fails with 403

This has been driving me nuts. I'm running git 1.7.8.rc4 with Apache/2.2.14 on Lucid Ubuntu, and set up LDAP authentication. The authentication seems to be working fine, and i can pull, but i can't ...
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IIS: removing the Server HTTP header without URLScan

(Windows 2003 R2, IIS 6) Is there anyway to disable the "Server: Microsoft-IIS/6.0" HTTP header that doesn't involve installation or URLScan? Our initial testing showed some problems with URLScan ...
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Load balancer unable to contact a server through http

In our infrastructure we have a load balancer(apache mod_balancer) and three backend servers that run apache as a web service and iptables as firewall, Lately ONE of them is giving a lot of " ...
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how to install Ubuntu over http in virt-manager

I am having a situation where I can not use a CD or PxE boot or wubi to install.I need to necessarily do an http install of Ubuntu.I am basically trying to create a guest OS in a virtualization setup ...
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Apache HTTP: Conditionally Set the Last-Modified header

I want to set the Last-Modified date with one of these values: If the request header has the If-Modified-Since value, use this value Else use current date How can I configure this in apache's ...
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What should be the correct http response code for custom proxy login/register page

I configured a firewall rule on a dd-wrt router to redirect http connections to a shell script, and drop the remaining ports, for the unregistered range of IPs. I am trying to tell the clients they ...
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Browsers ignoring no-cache headers when 302 status

I have a proxy server that will either deliver you the website contents or redirect you to a login page if your IP is not recognized (using iptables). This works fine for redirecting to the login page ...
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Apache not return allow header in OPTIONS method

I try to get allow header form apache server. I sended request with curl. The server return headers but not "header allow" header: $ curl -v -X OPTIONS 10.0.0.1 * Rebuilt URL to: 10.0.0.1/ * Hostname ...
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Mod_Headers SetEnvIf Directive

I am trying to capture the specific RequestHeader but couldn't get hold of it. In my case SiteMinder is used for authentication and I am able to log the SM_USER value by providing the following entry ...
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Trouble with port 80 nating (XenServer to WebServer VM)

I have a rent server running XenServer 6.2 I only have 1 public IP so i did some NAT to redirect ports 22 and 80 to my WebServer VM. I have a problem with the port 80 redirection. When i use this ...
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Caching by forward proxy of HTTP HEAD or redirected requests

I need to do an end-to-end performance monitoring through a forward proxy and got bothered by the following questions: Can a forward proxy answer from its cache (so without contacting the actual web ...
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Mirroring HTTP with LFTP limited session connectivity… is there a faster way?

Limited HTTP connections (3 to be precise). Currently a website is only allowing several connections. The site allows directory listing. But fetching these files using LFTP and multiple threads seems ...