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comment AWS Storage Gateway without the “on-premises” part?
I had forgotten about this question. Looks like you answered most of it. Thanks!
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asked AWS Storage Gateway without the “on-premises” part?
Aug
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comment Tunnel an SSH connection transparently (no ProxyCommand)
Thanks for your answer! However, those two solutions won't pass the user's private key along, and so he won't get authenticated on server2. ProxyCommand apparently passes on the private key.
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asked Tunnel an SSH connection transparently (no ProxyCommand)
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answered Use monit to monitor apache2 subprocesses
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comment Use monit to monitor apache2 subprocesses
Thanks, this is exactly what I needed. I'm going to post the exact solution I used below, in case it helps anyone else.
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accepted Use monit to monitor apache2 subprocesses
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revised Use monit to monitor apache2 subprocesses
edited tags; edited title
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asked Use monit to monitor apache2 subprocesses
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asked Custom collections with mod_security
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accepted Using tc to delay packets to only a single IP address
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answered Using tc to delay packets to only a single IP address
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asked Using tc to delay packets to only a single IP address
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comment Forwarding requests in Apache if necessary based on subdomain
Thanks. The trouble with an HTTP redirect is that the redirect needs to be transparent. That is, a request for http://customer1.mycompany.com/rails_app/item1 shouldn't simply redirect to http://1.2.3.4/rails_app/item1 or http://customer1.mycompanyineurope.com/rails_app/item1. The URL needs to be the same no matter what server I hit. That's why I was thinking a reverse proxy in Apache would be the only way to do this.