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comment help with apache virtualhost conf
Is the trac config you've listed meant to be inside the second VirtualHost container? Or is it in an .htaccess file inside the trac root? Also, do you want these available on separate hostnames (e.g. rt.fondoavila.com and trac.fondoavila.com), or from the same hostname? Your config seems to suggest you want them on the same host at todasana.fondoavila.com/rt and todasana.fondoavila.com/trac - if this is the case, they should be in the same VirtualHost. Answer these questions and I should be able to help you sort out your config.
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answered Enabling nginx Chunked Transfer Encoding
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comment High performance web server with no database interactivity
This is a good suggestion if you don't need to process the data immediately, and if a static response to the client will be adequate. You can batch process server logs and write that data into a database for later analysis if you need to.
Jun
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answered High performance web server with no database interactivity
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comment How can I create a slave replica of a MySQL server without stopping the master?
This is good advice. Note that the master must already be logging everything to the binlog for this to work, otherwise the slave will have nothing to replicate from.
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comment Is RFC 1514 still relevant?
RFC 1514 is obsoleted by RFC 2790. That may be of interest to you!
May
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answered Teaching “Juniors” to be Administrators
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comment Upgrade server software without blackout period
Voting this up as it's the best solution for maintaining site uptime across reboots. If the second server is a static maintenance page (as suggested) then there's no possibility of data corruption. If it's a duplicate of the site, then the site needs to be able to deal with writes from multiple servers - but that's probably worth doing anyway.
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answered What can cause Apache HTTPD to use 100% CPU indefinitely