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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.
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answered Apache related Query
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answered Setting up NAT for multiple isolated networks with iptables
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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....
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answered fcgi php.ini override
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answered Problems using “at” with Apache
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answered Folder default ACLs not inherited when new file is created
Jun
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comment PHP SuHosin — my code is already secure… is it needed?
Suhosin adds many limits to a bunch of various ressources (input queries, variables names and contents, hard memory limits, etc. etc) and making sure that many numbers don't go wild on a production server is a good recipe for stable and predictable applications. OTOH a few outstanding requests will fail and you might need to push a few limits where it makes sense for you. Most Suhosin (default) limits I've seen crossed where outragious abuse.
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answered Xen HVM: How to delay the boot process?
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answered How to load large SQL file into mysql
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answered keepAlive in Apache causing apache to reach its max_clients
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answered Transfering a site without downtime
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answered How can I list my open ports on Debian?