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I participated in many projects using Java and Scala technologies. I am a founder of several open-source projects, such as Hibernate Envers, ElasticMQ, Veripacks and MacWire. Apart from writing closed- and open-source software, I am interested in improving the way we use functional and object-oriented programming.

When not coding, I enjoy spending time with my family, hiking in the mountains or playing tennis.


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comment Collecting logs from multiple servers in a fault-tolerant way
Well, I wasn't looking for a product, sorry maybe the wording wasn't best, I'm not english-native :). But I would say that most of the questions look for "solutions" to problems, here looking for a fault-tolerant log collection. Anyway, answered, thanks for the help :).
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comment Collecting logs from multiple servers in a fault-tolerant way
I took a look at the FAQ, seems on-topic to me :).
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comment Collecting logs from multiple servers in a fault-tolerant way
Thanks! Much simpler than mine research :).
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accepted Collecting logs from multiple servers in a fault-tolerant way
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asked Collecting logs from multiple servers in a fault-tolerant way
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comment mod_rewrite+proxy closes connections to backend (keepalive)
See also my blog with a more detailed explanation of the problem: warski.org/blog/2012/09/…
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comment mod_rewrite+proxy closes connections to backend (keepalive)
Ok, got it, just wanted to make sure it's not configurable. It should be mentioned in the docs, though :)
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accepted mod_rewrite+proxy closes connections to backend (keepalive)
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comment mod_rewrite+proxy closes connections to backend (keepalive)
Is there a way to configure mod_rewrite to do connection pooling as well? Is it documented anywhere in the docs (I couldn't find anything)?
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asked mod_rewrite+proxy closes connections to backend (keepalive)