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Sep
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comment Server high memory usage at same time every day
Are you saying that MySQL's memory usage increases using up all of the available memory?
Aug
31
answered Is it bad to have a very full hard drive on a high traffic database server?
Aug
30
revised How to exclude IP from htaccess domain redirect
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Aug
30
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Aug
30
comment How to exclude IP from htaccess domain redirect
Are you sure about what IP address your sever sees for %{REMOTE_ADDR}? This condition reads if REMOTE_ADDR is NOT = 1.2.3.4 AND HTTP_HOST is site1.com, redirect to site2.com. Therefore IP address 1.2.3.4 should not get redirected.
Aug
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Aug
24
comment How to kill a hung service on Windows 2008R2
My guess is that is related to @ChrisS' comment on being stuck in a kernel routine.
Aug
24
comment How to kill a hung service on Windows 2008R2
If you click on Stack, what does the stack look like for the stuck threads?
Aug
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Aug
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answered Wake on lan hosts file
Aug
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answered Removed SSL Cert: Need to redirect HTTPS to HTTP - IIS6
Aug
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comment tcpdump: snaplen set to 0 but still get “Packet size limited during capture”?
Do you have TCP offload enabled? I have seen very large TCP packets returned to WinPCAP when TCP offload is enabled.
Jul
22
comment .htaccess - Too many redirects
Just to clean up this question. When the site allows you, you should post your own answer saying that everything just started working as expected after you replaced your .htaccess file back to the contents shown in your question.
Jul
22
comment .htaccess - Too many redirects
Maybe the web server had a bad copy of .htaccess cached and was working with an older perhaps incorrect version of the file.
Jul
22
revised .htaccess - Too many redirects
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Jul
22
comment .htaccess - Too many redirects
You are correct, the RedirectMatch permanent ^/$ /forum/ redirects http://www.domain2.com/ to http://www.domain2.com/forum/.
Jul
22
revised .htaccess - Too many redirects
Corrected answer
Jul
22
comment .htaccess - Too many redirects
Yes, but try using your new .htaccess file without RedirectMatch permanent ^/$ /forum/ and see if that resolves your problem? Or try it later in the day during your site's low usage period.
Jul
22
revised .htaccess - Too many redirects
Added additional information