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Neither one is specifically configured to handle ssl requests. In this case neither one should be listen at the port 443 at all, i.e. the browser should not be even able to connect to this port. Since you get responses or error messages the browser is obviously able to connect to this port so something is obviously setup to deal with this port. But it ...


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You need to ask some questions about your current Apache configuration before you can begin troubleshooting the performance: What worker process are you using in Apache? Pre-fork or MPM(threaded)? Are these workers configured correctly in your apache.conf? What happens if you change some of the values? (does performance increase when you add more idle ...


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I will answer one of your questions: mod_alias, which provides Redirect and RedirectMatch. Redirect is enough for simple redirects, while RedirectMatch provides the means for redirecting classes of URLs. As an additional reference, see When not to use mod_rewrite, which provides many examples, and a good explanation on why not to use mod_rewrite for ...


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Fist, increasing the prefork parameters will only worsen your situation. So restore the previous configuration. To rule out any prefork problem/misconfiguration, try to disable it. Does the situation change significantly? If so, you find your problem. If not, the problem is related to external factors: for example, maybe some bot/script is targeting your ...


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I am not familiar with Cent OS default directory structure, but you will want to follow something like this: <Directory /> Require all denied AllowOverride None Options None </Directory> <Directory /PATH ON SERVER TO YOUR DOCUMENT ROOT> Require all granted AllowOverride All Options FollowSymLinks </Directory> ...



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