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Sep
30
awarded  Explainer
Sep
17
awarded  Popular Question
Sep
16
accepted Using SHA256 with SSL certificates in HAProxy
Sep
16
asked Using SHA256 with SSL certificates in HAProxy
Sep
8
awarded  Popular Question
Aug
11
answered varnish and apache on separate servers
Jun
17
comment How to figure out nginx 502 errors when logs are ok
nginx typically throws 502's when the backend is down, so you should make sure HHVM is running. Also, have a look at the syslogs - maybe the memory was free, because the OOM killed (HHVM) processes?!
Jun
12
revised Postfix multiple checks
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Jun
12
suggested suggested edit on Postfix multiple checks
Jun
12
accepted Allow sender spoofing for specific user on Postfix server with LDAP
Jun
11
comment Allow sender spoofing for specific user on Postfix server with LDAP
So what exactly is the permissive/restrictive for? And what happens, if an account is not listed in either of the maps?
Jun
10
asked Allow sender spoofing for specific user on Postfix server with LDAP
May
28
comment Force caching of handler output which actively resists caching
I am suspecting some mismatch with the headers.. Can you please post the full request and response headers? Also.. Is there a reason, why Last-Modified: is empty?
May
28
comment Force caching of handler output which actively resists caching
Do you need to use Apache's mod_cache or would you switch to another piece of software? EDIT: And could you include the full request and response headers?
May
26
revised ./kernelupdates 100% cpu usage
Fixed typo
May
26
suggested suggested edit on ./kernelupdates 100% cpu usage
May
26
answered ./kernelupdates 100% cpu usage
May
23
awarded  Yearling
May
22
comment VirtualHost Redirect should work with new RewriteBase
Please post your VHost config - what you posted is not enough information.
May
22
comment Setting up a VPN in a Network with Various Restrictions
You could probably do that, but I would strongly advise against it. Having too many services on one machine can easily become a security problem, as you have more and more services where an attacker could probably get in..