I am hosting a REST service which is sending appropriate cache-control headers. I use Varnish as a caching server in front of my webserver. However, a limitation of varnish is that it doesn't support ...
I've been reading multiple questions about this topic but I can't seem to get it working... I have a server running CentOS with HTTPD running 1 website under the default httpd root: Listen 8080 ...
I am hosting a website for a client on a dedicated VPS that has 512mb of RAM. Within the last 2 weeks, it has hosed up twice due to 0% free memory (or free swap). The site is pretty database ...
We have a production setup where we have Squid in the front(caching images, js, css, etc) Apache httpd in the middle(prefork + mod_rewrite + mod_jk/AJP + mod_deflate + mod_php(few php pages)) ...
We have a website and it's current architecture is as follows: There's squid in the front which caches images. Then there is apache httpd with mod_rewrite enabled. httpd then talks to apache ...