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Aug
10
awarded  Tumbleweed
Aug
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asked Tomcat 7 downloading perl scripts instead of running them
Jul
29
comment Is there a way to look for files on Apache, then if not found, look in Tomcat?
I've included my configuration file in my question, I currently use a proxy pass as I have many projects. If i wanted to single out my a specific project, should I make another configuration file specific to that project? How would I "target" that project?
Jul
29
revised Is there a way to look for files on Apache, then if not found, look in Tomcat?
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Jul
29
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Jul
29
comment Is there a way to look for files on Apache, then if not found, look in Tomcat?
So I would have to redirect every link individually?
Jul
29
asked Is there a way to look for files on Apache, then if not found, look in Tomcat?
Jul
29
comment Dealing with web applications who have very large media folders
Do you know of any documentation for setting this up?
Jul
28
comment Dealing with web applications who have very large media folders
So have Apache's /htdocs hold the file and call on tomcat whenever it's needed? is that possible?
Jul
28
asked Dealing with web applications who have very large media folders
Jul
28
accepted Tomcat: keeping specific files when deploying a WAR file
Jul
28
comment Tomcat: keeping specific files when deploying a WAR file
I was afraid of that. Thanks.
Jul
28
asked Tomcat: keeping specific files when deploying a WAR file
Mar
28
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Mar
28
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Mar
28
accepted Best way to connect two separate networks with separate internet connections within the same building
Feb
22
comment CentOS server doesn't allow more than one FTP connection at a time
Connecting via IP, I've yet to set yup a hostname. Thanks for the help.
Feb
22
comment CentOS server doesn't allow more than one FTP connection at a time
I think I may have found the reason. It simply seems to take a very long time to connect. I increased the timeout time in filezilla from 20 seconds to 60 and it now seems to connect. Now I just have to find out why it's taking so long to connect.
Feb
22
comment CentOS server doesn't allow more than one FTP connection at a time
I didn't edit the timeout settings so those are the defaults. I've restarted the VSFTPD service and restarted server several times. I'll check for another FTP client. telneting works with a user, but it seems to take about a minute to login. yes, I have port 21 open in iptables.
Feb
22
awarded  Student