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comment How to quick and easy remove part of an URL in Nginx with HttpRewriteModule?
You may need to replace last by break. (Last will try to resolve other locations after the rewrite).
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Feb
23
asked What the best practices to import Elasticsearch indices
Feb
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answered How to output variable in nginx log for debugging
Feb
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answered Observium > Cannot retrieve processor/memory data from host
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asked Observium > Cannot retrieve processor/memory data from host
Dec
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answered Rsync command issues, owner and group permissions doesn´t change
Dec
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comment Php-fpm process always running
@Sibin you mean it's a normal behavior of "dynamic"? I know static is much better for production env. but I was just testing "dynamic" queue.
Nov
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comment Huge request duration value for a particular php script
The weird thing is "request duration" > "start since" ^^
Nov
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asked Php-fpm process always running
Nov
28
answered Huge request duration value for a particular php script
Nov
28
comment Huge request duration value for a particular php script
I am facing the same weird problem too, did you find the reason?
Nov
14
comment What is wrong in my php-fpm configuration?
Try to run the command separately (I mean ps --no-headers -o "rss,cmd" first etc... ) this should be easy to debug
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asked Setup MongoDB on MS Azure virtual machine to access it from an azure website
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Jul
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comment LVS vs HAProxy, which should I choose?
@AntoineBenkemoun you can use transparent mode of HAProxy to show the client IP.
Jun
26
comment What is wrong in my php-fpm configuration?
Means you have no php5-fpm process .... you need to change the name of the process "php5-fpm" to fit your own.
Jun
3
comment Create .gitconfig for chrooted users
Sorry, you are right. I think the problem is your /home/username are root:root because I guess you use sftp?