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Jul
21
comment How do I prevent apache from serving the .git directory?
Once you've prevented apache from serving the directory you may also need to hide the .git directory with "IndexIgnore .git" if you have Indexes enabled on your directory.
Sep
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awarded  Autobiographer
Aug
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awarded  Curious
Jun
3
comment Apache Reverse Proxy Java Application Server CLOSE_WAIT Connections
Performance really hasn't been an issue for me so I decided to turn off connection reuse to avoid this odd behavior (disableReuse=On). It may be okay to just live with the CLOSE_WAIT connections if you really need connection pooling.
May
13
comment Apache Reverse Proxy Java Application Server CLOSE_WAIT Connections
Yes, the Recv-Q shows 1 for all of the CLOSE_WAIT connections. That suggests that the Local Address (Apache) has one byte it refuses to read from the queue? The Send-Q is 0 on all so it seems the Foreign Address (GlassFish 127.0.0.1:8080) has done its part. Weird.
May
12
answered Is there any reason to use Apache as a proxy between my users and Glassfish?
May
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asked Apache Reverse Proxy Java Application Server CLOSE_WAIT Connections
Apr
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awarded  Tumbleweed
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awarded  Critic
Apr
22
comment error reading keytab file krb5.keytab
The first sentence is plain wrong. The host doesn't obtain a TGT. The user obtains a TGT. Also a TGT isn't used for preauth. Instead, preauthentication may be required in order to obtain a TGT. See kerberos.org/software/tutorial.html
Apr
22
awarded  Teacher
Apr
22
answered error reading keytab file krb5.keytab
Apr
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asked Why does MIT Kerberos kinit warn “Your passwod will expire” when your principal is what is about to expire?
Mar
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answered Request Entity Too Large error while uploading files of more than 128KB over SSL
Oct
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awarded  Popular Question
May
23
comment Apache NameVirtualHost on port 443 ignores ServerAlias
I think you misunderstood my answer. I'm not saying that only hosts with aliases require SNI. I'm saying that SNI is being used since I'm working with SSL (port 443) and this may explain why, all else being equal, the alias works for all other ports.
Apr
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awarded  Scholar
Apr
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accepted Apache NameVirtualHost on port 443 ignores ServerAlias
Apr
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answered Apache NameVirtualHost on port 443 ignores ServerAlias
Apr
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