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How to spec VM requirements based on historical data of transient processes on Linux?

I've been given a task to break apart the services on one of our main VMs (Amazon EC2) and appropriate additional VMs to suit the services needs. The type of services that I am dealing with are ...
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Detailed statistics using Ubiquiti UniFi hardware

I'm using UniFi manager to manage 10+ sites with 3-5 hotspots per site, and I look for more detailed statistics that the one offered by UniFi manager, such as: following an user through different ...
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Nginx: Tracking try_files misses

We are using try_files as cache rather than hitting the UWSGI to serve the file. Using a rule like the following: try_files $uri @uwsgi_app; I was wondering what is the best way of logging the ...
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Measuring HTTP traffic basic on URIs and custom headers

I'm currently working on an API service and one of the requirements is that we measure the amount of data used by each user of the system, and track how many times they use the API. So bandwidth usage ...
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Statistics from huge IIS logs

We have a web site which produce roughly 100GB of IIS Web log files every month. We would like to get statistics from these logs, for instance the most visited URL's, authenticated users with most ...
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How to configure Apache so that I can get server resource stats per website / per script

How can Apache be configured so that it will be simple to get server resource stats (CPU, memory) per website (as defined by a separate sites-enabled entry) and / or by script (each .html or .php file ...
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Live access logging for many nginx websites

I'm running a couple of dozen sites on a server for a client. This number moves around pretty fluidly as they test ideas and we have a flexible configuration to host things. The problem comes in that ...