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I'm an Oracle Database Specialist at DataJini, an Oracle consultancy that specialises in building solutions using MDD techniques.


Sep
30
awarded  Explainer
Aug
27
comment Launching an RDS in a private subnet in VPC and access it from a web application
I'd delete this question here and ask it over on ServerFault. It seems to be purely a system administration question and nothing specifically for a DBA.
Jul
29
revised Apache mod_authn_dba with Oracle on Windows
Added tag.
Jul
29
suggested approved edit on Apache mod_authn_dba with Oracle on Windows
Jul
28
comment Apache mod_authn_dba with Oracle on Windows
Looks like a version mismatch to me: "mod_dbd not compatible with APR in get_driver".
Oct
15
awarded  Organizer
Oct
15
revised tomcat service fails to start
Removed Apache2 tag as it's for the Apache HTTP server and hence not relevant to the question.
Oct
15
suggested approved edit on tomcat service fails to start
Oct
11
awarded  Yearling
Oct
11
awarded  Informed
Oct
8
answered HTTPS returns 404
Oct
1
comment Mod Rewrite appends Document root in rewrite rules
That's a good reason to stay with .htaccess Checking the documentation I see that Redirect should work in .htaccess files too httpd.apache.org/docs/2.2/mod/mod_alias.html#redirect
Oct
1
comment Mod Rewrite appends Document root in rewrite rules
Why don't you use the simpler Redirect directive, specified once, in the main web server configuration? Ideally .htaccess files should be reserved for directory specific configuration, not server specific.
May
21
awarded  Caucus
Oct
29
reviewed Reviewed Linux - How to manage the password of root?
Oct
23
reviewed Reviewed htaccess rewriting all subdomains to subdirectories
Oct
23
reviewed Reviewed routing eth0:1 directly to kvm VM
Oct
23
reviewed Reviewed how to forward IP request to a specific port
Oct
23
reviewed Reviewed Stop squid caching 302 and 307 with deny_info
Oct
23
comment Stop squid caching 302 and 307 with deny_info
You can answer your own question here, it's allowed, encouraged even!