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How to Deploy an ASP.NET Web API- and Browser-based Application to a Production Environment [closed]

(Please forgive if this is posted in an incorrect forum. We didn’t know exactly where to post it.) We have an ASP.NET Web API single page application - a browser-based app running in IIS to serve up ...
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How do I configure IIS 7 (discount asp.net) to point subdomains at application subdirectories?

I have an discount asp.net account, which uses IIS 7 and I want to configure subdomains to point at specific applications on the site. For instance: 's1.site.com' would run the application at ...
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Locking down a box on the Internet [closed]

I'm a developer who is looking to put a new service on the Internet. I am new to administering systems and frankly I seem a little lost at where I should start with putting something on the web. My ...
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What kind of hardware should I be looking at to scale to ~20k users continually? [closed]

Let's say it's something like Stack Exchange that I'll be running (it isn't, but it's close enough to have similar resource usage), and I'll have approximately 20000 users from August to January (with ...
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High load without explanation

I have a very high load on my machine and don't know what is responsible or how to find out. On the machine runs a jboss appserver and mysql. Here is a top from the user at peak time: top - 16:23:01 ...
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Tips to backup ubuntu server

I have a Ubuntu server hosting a PHP5 / MySQL webapp. I also have another server (offsite) with a directory just for backups of my webapp server. Currently, I have a simple cron job which performs ...
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What causes a 400 Bad Request error for null (“”) and why would our nginx logs have so many?

Daily logs from Logwatch regularly report 400 Bad Request, null: 1744 Time(s) from our nginx logs. The log entries look like: 123.123.123.123 - - [25/Jan/2011:14:44:19 -0500] "-" 400 173 "-" "-" ...
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Nginx : strip header on HTTP, add header on HTTPS

I'm configuring an Nginx server so as to serve as a reverse proxy to serve a Django app (run on Gunicorn). My problem is that I want my site secured with HTTPS, and so I want my Django app to be able ...
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Is there a preferred flavor of linux for hosting web applications?

I'm working for a startup and we are using a Virtual Private Server to host the web application and have been given a plethora of Linux flavors to choose from. Which flavors are better for which ...