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Dec
15
comment Is it possible to reduce NodeJS memory usage (e.g., Ghost blogging platform)
But having said that, top here reports my running ghost app uses 37876k under the RES column, which differs significantly from yours. (Node v0.10.37 on a DigitalOcean "Intel Xeon".)
Dec
15
comment Is it possible to reduce NodeJS memory usage (e.g., Ghost blogging platform)
I started a Hello World Node app for comparison, and found it uses 65MB, so that means the Ghost app is only adding 15MB. And that's the whole app in memory at once (unlike say a PHP webapp which loads only part of the app for any given request). Well, I guess this is lightweight for 2014/15. imgur.com/gallery/uqKOX
Dec
6
comment How do we configure nginx to prevent proxy abuse?
If you have an HTTP server listening on port 80, you will have to get used to random clients asking to view your content. Sometimes they are useful, for example when Google's crawler is indexing your site, or the various different types of user. You first need to decide what your server should provide to who, and after that you can start thinking about policies to enforce that. But in fact it looks like all these requests originated from 127.0.0.1, which is your local machine, so I guess they are coming from you or your software, and not from outside.
Dec
6
comment How do we configure nginx to prevent proxy abuse?
Michael is correct, all of the requests are for / - your home page! Some of the URLs you see are the referrer page. Some of the others are part of the User Agent String (perhaps from a bot showing you how to find out more about him).
Dec
5
comment How do we configure nginx to prevent proxy abuse?
What behaviour do you actually want? To allow the proxy to serve only content from sites you have whitelisted? Or to only accept clients from IP ranges that you trust?
Aug
13
comment Rsync from a local laptop to a VPS with correct ownerships
I tried the sticky bits along with rsync --no-o --no-g ... and although new files and folders do inherit the group, their owner is not inherited from the parent folder, but instead determined by the rsync login account.
Jul
14
comment How to recover from “Too many Authentication Failures for user root”
Thanks. -v showed my ssh client trying to use multiple keys (I have quite a few now). I cleaned them from the agent with ssh-add -D
Jun
9
answered Ingress filtering in Linux traffic control: Redirect traffic to IFB device
Jan
27
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Jan
27
revised Any tricks for making sshfs authenticate only on write?
minor rewording
Jan
27
answered Any tricks for making sshfs authenticate only on write?
Jan
12
comment How to download with wget without following links with parameters
Maybe one day wget will be fixed. For now httrack and pavuk both look good.
Jan
12
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