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Apr
7
comment CNAME to Amazon does not resolve
I believe it should be "ec2-54-208-90-77.compute-1.amazonaws.com" instead of "ec2-54.208.90.77.compute-1.amazonaws.com".
Apr
2
answered Some users receive untrusted SSL certificate warnings
Mar
29
awarded  Yearling
Jan
14
comment Apache / Nginx / Varnish - GZIP does not work on css, js
Hmmm, your structure: Apache -> Nginx -> Varnish looks a little confusing for me. However only Nginx and Apache are able to gzip/deflate content. Varnish is able to cache it but doesn't know about it's content. For Varnish a gzipped element and an un-gzipped element are different objects. To find the responsible application try to use your test tool against each single application (e.g. Apache is listening on port 8000, Nginx is listening on port 8080 and Varnish is listening on port 80).
Oct
7
answered How do I hide directory listing with nginx without showing 403 message
Sep
29
revised dig lookup not returning namservers
fixed typo
Sep
28
comment PHP file upload failure for large files
Have you checked that the right php.ini file will be used (there are different file for different purposes cli, apache2, fpm)? Additionally check if the Nginx setting is in the correct context (can be http, server or location).
Sep
28
answered dig lookup not returning namservers
Sep
28
answered Response time measurements for IIS web application
Sep
28
comment How to improve Varnish performance?
Do you store on disk or RAM? Additionally I would assume that the cache hit rate is quite slow so Varnish isn't able to respond to requests but have to forward most of them to your web servers. I cannot see rules to force more caching in your config.
Sep
28
answered Visitor tracking information while using varnish
Sep
28
answered Replacing Apache2 for Varnish as a reverse proxy
Sep
25
comment Visitor tracking information while using varnish
Do you still need a solution here?
Sep
25
comment php5-cgi gives 502 with varnish but is ok without
As you already know Nginx is able to act as a reverse proxy as well. I would recommend a construct Nginx (proxying) -> Nginx -> PHP to reduce the complexity. However in terms of reverse proxy solutions I prefer Varnish.
Sep
25
answered php5-cgi gives 502 with varnish but is ok without
Aug
8
answered How to edit TCP window size from iptables?
Aug
8
answered Use two website hostings for better availability
Aug
8
comment Disable HTTPS for a domain that shares IP with another domain that is under HTTPS
Please take a look at this answer: stackoverflow.com/questions/9793827/…
Jul
4
revised Disable HTTPS for a domain that shares IP with another domain that is under HTTPS
added nginx configuration example
Jul
4
answered Disable HTTPS for a domain that shares IP with another domain that is under HTTPS