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Senior Software Engineer in NYC


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comment Nginx PHP Consistently Slower than Apache 2.2
I'm using APC. Isn't that the same thing? It's described as an opcode cache in the PHP docs.
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comment Nginx PHP Consistently Slower than Apache 2.2
You're right, and you can see static files going faster in my results above.
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comment iptables is blocking nginx from being a reverse proxy for node.js
Thanks. This seems like good advice. I'd like to know exactly why doing this is necessary when it's not on eth0, but your point about local service communication is one I hadn't considered. tips hat
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comment Possible? OpenVPN server requiring both certificate- AND password-based login (via Tomato router firmware)
In the meantime, is there a quantifiable way to compare the strength of a certificate+requirement to only a username/password combo? I'm assuming orders of magnitude more difficult to crack, but that's just an assumption based on my circumstantial knowledge.