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Sep
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comment Nginx performance when running multiple instances on the same machine
Litterature is missing IMHO. This comes from experience, I've been hosting various things for +15 years...
Sep
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comment Nginx performance when running multiple instances on the same machine
Yes, that's what I'm saying.
Sep
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answered Nginx performance when running multiple instances on the same machine
Sep
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answered Apache - drawback to high number of httpd processes always running
Sep
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comment apache 2.2 to 2.4 sporadic performance drop
Did you check your error.log's ? Your 30 or 60s delay looks like a timeout.
Sep
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answered Can idle NFS mounts on several clients impact performance
Dec
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Sep
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comment phpMyAdmin displays blank page
Find out the error, check the error.log. It should be someplace like /var/log/apache2/error.log or /var/log/httpd/error_log, etc. Sometimes a vhost-specific error log file. There should be a clear indication about the problem. Also test with 'curl -v URL >/dev/null' to see the response status and body content, "blank page" is of no use and browsers are not good diagnostic tools.
Sep
11
answered Gunicorn behind apache link to localhost
Sep
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comment GET Request for /server-status every second
It's some monitoring probe, but a nervous one. The most paranoid ones will sample every 10 second (like Collectd), not more. Munin would do it every 5min as a default if I remember. Serving this status page every second is a piece of cake for Apache, you don't have to worry about performance. There's just something quite-not-right-but-not-wrong.
Sep
11
comment How to increase max FD limit for a daemon process running under a headless user?
That's it. Many services will daemonize without consulting PAM and ignore /etc/security/limits. Sometimes they fiddle with limits themselves before giving up root privileges (like Nginx), sometimes you do it explictly with 'ulimit' beforehand (like with Apache). I sometimes put those 'ulimit -n XXX' in /etc/default/<service> files, works nicely most of the time.
Mar
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comment Apache related Query
@user201078 : Actually I did answered to your exact problem but was not exactly clear about this. The first vhost will catch any vhost which is not defined elsewhere. You actually don't have to list a bunch of things in the ServerAlias stanza.
Dec
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answered Apache related Query
Oct
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Oct
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answered Setting up NAT for multiple isolated networks with iptables
Oct
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answered apache with php fastcgi keeps going down
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Jan
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answered mod_fcgid error tied in with server lagg?
Jun
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comment Should I create a password for a user if they only will be using ssh key authentication?
I personnaly create my user accounts with 'adduser --disabled-password' (this is Debian specific), which makes sure there's only two way to get to this account : via SSH pubkey auth, or via local root then 'su'. It's obviously safer, although not safer than the user care for its private key (at least the weak part is where it is due, users, users....
Jun
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answered fcgi php.ini override