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Of course. There are a few methods to do it: DNS based: You make a CNAME or ALIAS record of the subdomain, that points to the domain. A 301 redirect using an URL record. HTTP based. You write a very small static web page hosted on subdomain that redirects the user to the proper domain. This has the advantage of being able to log the redirects if you ...


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"So According to my knowledge I believe CDN only accelerates static contents of the website. So how about these dynamic data?" CloudFlare only caches static content by default. If you want to look at accelerating other content, then you could possibly look at using PageRules to cache other content as well.


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I wrote a duplicates finder script in PowerShell using WinSCP .NET assembly. The script first iterates a remote directory tree and looks for files with the same size. When it finds any, it by default downloads the files and compares them locally. If you known that the server supports a protocol extension for calculating checksums, you can improve the ...


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Have you tried the VM Pricing Calculator? As long as you know roughly what your usage looks like in terms of bandwidth and storage then I'd think you could get a fairly accurate number from it.


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This doesn't meet your specific requirements of the answer having to be FileZilla, but if you don't get such an answer, I'd recommend using WinSCP to do this. I think some of its FTP functionality is actually based on FileZilla, and it has a powerful sync feature that has preview functionality that will let you see what's going to happen before it does the ...


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Your question is based on a common misunderstanding that running out of RAM is a bad thing. Running out of RAM is a perfectly normal thing that doesn't indicate any problem. RAM cannot be saved for later, so there is no advantage whatsoever to not using it. Modern operating systems try to use as much RAM as they possibly can, and nothing terrible happens if ...


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That looks fine to me. No need to specify the IP addresses for the port 80 bindings, the hostnames are sufficient. You should be able to test this by just hitting the site with the different names. No need to URL rewrite either.


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Amazon's CloudFront CDN lets you serve dynamic content, and I'd recommend going that route because just because you have a presence in a particular country, doesn't mean you have a great network route to all the users there, and a good CDN tries to ensure that's the case. See http://aws.amazon.com/cloudfront/dynamic-content/ if you want to learn more about ...


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The solution to your problem is staring you in the face. Read the rules carefully remembering that order matters.


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The rules are processed sequentially from top to bottom, so when it hits the rule -A INPUT -j REJECT --reject-with icmp-host-prohibited none of the other rules will be reached. Make sure those other rules appear before the blanket REJECT rule and you should be all set


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From reading http://httpd.apache.org/docs/2.4/misc/security_tips.html it appears that if suexec is being used properly, then CGI scripts being executed as the Apache user should not be a concern as they will get executed under the user defined by the suexec directives instead.


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Use an Elfiq Link Balancer to handle inbound and outbound ISP load balancing and failover. The outbound is set according to a dozen available load-balancing algorithms. The inbound is handled through DNS delegation. It's extremely effective. See: Internet connection redundancy with 2 ISP



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