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You would do better to set up virtual hosts. You need at least three from what I can see; a default example.com, www.example.com, and ticket.example.com. You can then place a simpler RewriteRule in the default vhost that redirects any request to https://www.example.com/$1. Then when the client hits either the www.example.com or ticket.example.com vhosts ...


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A user reports a similar exception (0xc0000005) on stackoverflow which suggests that the problem is a memory access error, and the code accesses a nil pointer (or is blocked from access for protection reasons..); http://stackoverflow.com/a/31535903/329931 Their remedy is to disable the EMET features on the binary exe. There is some information on disabling ...


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Off the top of my head: Optimise the list of encryption ciphers offered as some are quicker than others Ensure you're sending any intermediate certificates to the client so it doesn't have to find them by other means Make sure you have keepalives enabled to minimise the number of connections for a given client and therefore the amount of times the ...


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Similar issue, apache2 was responding to 443, nothing in the logs /etc/apache2# openssl s_client -connect localhost:443 -state -debug gave me the following SSL_connect:unknown state read from 0x1182fe0 [0x1189010] (7 bytes => 7 (0x7)) 0000 - 48 54 54 50 2f 31 2e HTTP/1. SSL_connect:error in unknown state 139790287365792:...



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