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Askbot is a Q&A forum based on my English translation of Chinese CNPROG

You can grab a copy of askbot at Github or PYPI (with easy_install or pip).

In the past I used manage Bio-NMR research facility at the University of California, Irvine and I've founded an online Magnetic Resonance community project: NMR Wiki and NMR Wiki Q&A forum - all about really strong magnets, radio-frequency pulses and chemistry.


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revised How do I know when server “runs at speed limit”?
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Jul
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comment How do I know when server “runs at speed limit”?
i meant when server won't make it any faster with a single request, no load at all. my server is not that loaded to worry about concurrent requests and may never be:) i just want to optimize page load time and curious if I can do anything by tweaking the server alone.
Jul
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revised Apache not serving files from where expected
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Jul
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revised How do I know when server “runs at speed limit”?
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comment How do I know when server “runs at speed limit”?
well, the question is not really is my server good enough - which may be subjective. How do I know when it really hits the limit and there no way to improve performance any further? (or at least significantly)
Jul
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revised How do I know when server “runs at speed limit”?
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awarded  Commentator
Jul
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comment How do I know when server “runs at speed limit”?
well in this case I know that page is served from memory directly, that removes 1 & 2 mostly I think..
Jul
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revised How do I know when server “runs at speed limit”?
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Jul
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answered Apache not serving files from where expected
Jul
30
asked How do I know when server “runs at speed limit”?
Jul
29
comment postfix mailserver fails to start on centos5.2
checking maillog (on different path set up by the hosting provider) showed that port 25 is taken. Turns out xinetd was set to listen on the smtp port.
Jul
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accepted postfix mailserver fails to start on centos5.2
Jul
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awarded  Scholar
Jul
29
accepted newaliases.postfix hangs
Jul
29
comment newaliases.postfix hangs
now I have aliases.db, but postfix still does not start
Jul
29
comment newaliases.postfix hangs
well that made some difference I am cautiously optimistic :)
Jul
29
comment newaliases.postfix hangs
it's centos 5.2
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asked newaliases.postfix hangs