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Dec
17
comment ipfw based firewall slows down Apache web server
This sounds like a great idea. So I have updated the FW script and commented out every single deny rule. Then I have restarted the FW via /etc/rc.d/ipfw start again. And now it comes: again the strange behaviour of Apache! Even though no single deny line is active any more, as soon as the FW is started Apache freaks out. I am really out of ideas here :(
Nov
22
comment ipfw based firewall slows down Apache web server
I have updated the OP to show the stats per rule. Yes I do think I accept "new" connections on 80, isn't that exactly those first 2 lines you have quoted in your message? The other two rules should be fine, there is no service running on these ports at the moment. Also, the problem is not the load or I/O on the server, that is all fine. It is just those "hanging" connections in Apache when the firewall is active.
Nov
22
comment ipfw based firewall slows down Apache web server
@voretaq7: I have updated the rules listing to show the stats. Is this what you wanted to see?
Jun
7
comment Why to use password protected SSH key files for remote access?
Ok thanks, that makes sense. Would that key agent also allow to automatically access the server then from a scheduled task (for backup from the server)? That was my original intention of using key files.
Jun
2
comment PHP CLI: Call to undefined function mysql_connect() even with mysql module enabled
No information in error log, since I run the script from command line.
May
30
comment “sched: RT throttling activated” KVM host - what does this mean?
@voretaq7: I have exactly the same issue under a KVM host. Any news here?
Apr
12
comment Increase size of multiple FreeBSD slices
Thanks for the hint Chris, I see that freebsd-update left some files there in /var/db/freebsd-update folder, which I cleared now since I don't need to rollback to 8.0. Ok fine, so I guess it would be easiest now to simply increase the size of the /usr partition and leave the rest as it is now. Thanks!
Apr
12
comment Increase size of multiple FreeBSD slices
Thanks Chris, that sounds well. I have to talk to my hosting provider though whether they could provide a temp. storage for me to save the tar file.
Apr
12
comment Increase size of multiple FreeBSD slices
Hmm, frankly I am not really sure by checking both. I have updated my posting here accordingly.
Apr
12
comment Increase size of multiple FreeBSD slices
I originally installed 8.0, then upgraded to 9.1. But I have not changed the disk layout or file system during the upgrade. But I am not 100% sure -- could you guide me to verify which system is used on my machine?
May
30
comment Can't install Perl module Apache::SizeLimit on CentOS
thx, that did the trick!
May
30
comment Can't install Perl module Apache::SizeLimit on CentOS
Unfortunately I can't uninstall mod_perl, as I need it for another application that is running on that server :(
Mar
28
comment Windows: How to “hide” domain details from (domain) administrator?
that makes sense -- even though it's a bit disappointing in my case :)