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comment Forcing SSL in Apache without hard-coding the hostname
There is — create a default (i.e., first in the list on that port) virtual host which does just that (it doesn’t even have to say “upgrade your client” — “you didn’t specify a virtual host in your request, so we can’t process further” will do).
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comment Forcing SSL in Apache without hard-coding the hostname
There is a possibility for %{HTTP_HOST} not to be set — where it’s the default virtual host on the port and somebody sends a request without including a Host: request header. This would be rather rare, though, to say the least. Beyond that, I can’t think of a scenario where it would occur.
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comment zip to exclude all .svn folders
ah — yes, sorry, of course. I looked back at an example of when I’d tried it, and I’d apparently only excluded files, not folders. apologies!
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answered zip to exclude all .svn folders
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comment BIND9 DNS Problems - Not resolving
they offer “free backup DNS”, so it looks like it. honestly, though — a good DNS setup makes a difference; it’s worth not skimping too much if you can help it.
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comment BIND9 DNS Problems - Not resolving
what do you mean by your “domain provider”? If you’re writing zonefiles, surely you’re the domain provider? What is ns2.axxim.net supposed to be — do you have a secondary DNS provider or another server running as a slave? What did you specify ns2.axxim.net as being when you registered the domain?
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answered PHP FastCGI SAPI: Reloading PHP Configuration
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comment Nginx vs Apache as reverse proxy, which one to choose
It has caveats, certainly (especially where serving very large files), but it’s significantly more stable than Apache as a proxy - I’ve had no real problems in several deployments in the last six months
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answered Nginx vs Apache as reverse proxy, which one to choose
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