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A 3 second Google bought up a page that answers all your questions - you just need to raise that limit. Did you try Googleing "pm.max_children" before you posted your question?


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This is a problem: SSLCaCertificateFile /etc/apache2/ssl/ca.crt This directive is used (along with others) to set up client certificate authentication. It should not be present at all if you do not intend to use client certificates.


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First, you configured nginx to not cache 301 redirect responses. If you want to cache these, (and you should!) then set it up: fastcgi_cache_valid 301 30d; Second, WordPress sent explicit instructions to not cache the redirect, so it would not be cached anyway.


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You CURL'd the wrong URL, add the www. When you do that the cache works and you can see it in the headers. Add these lines to your file to change your caching slightly. # Determines in which cases a stale cached response can be used when an error occurs during # communication with the FastCGI server fastcgi_cache_use_stale error timeout invalid_header ...



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