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comment Huge performance difference between two web servers, odd behavior seen using process monitor
And, again, if the problem is Server Fault not getting enough attention, then you are well suited to encourage more attention.
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comment Huge performance difference between two web servers, odd behavior seen using process monitor
This instance isn't mindless closing as "not a question" - the migrate votes are by people taking the time (even if only four clicks of time) to direct the asker to the area dedicated for experts in that subject, where they are more likely (in general) to get accurate/helpful advice. It's not bullying, and it's certainly not comparable to mass genocide!
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comment Huge performance difference between two web servers, odd behavior seen using process monitor
Adam, have you taken the time to attempt to help correct the problem? It seems you're just complaining where it almost certainly wont be seen by anyone relevant. If you want to have a chance of making a difference, complain on meta.
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comment Huge performance difference between two web servers, odd behavior seen using process monitor
There are no down votes, there are only close/migrate votes - perfectly valid votes. If CF doesn't get attention on Server Fault then fix that problem, instead of complaining about people that probably wont even see the complaints.
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comment Apache 410 Gone instructions not working with mod_alias nor mod_rewrite
I was checking it - I had the network tools active in two browsers whilst I was setting up and then debugging the config. The request was being passed to the webapp when it should not have been, and thus the entire response (including status) was irrelevant - GIGO.
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comment Apache 410 Gone instructions not working with mod_alias nor mod_rewrite
Status code is irrelevant here - the line is being ignored. It appears there's an issue with cPanel, which requires an explicit ErrorDocument directive to be specified - see my answer for details.
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answered Apache 410 Gone instructions not working with mod_alias nor mod_rewrite
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comment Apache 410 Gone instructions not working with mod_alias nor mod_rewrite
It acts the same as it would if I put a # in front of the instruction (i.e. it is ignored). The server is running cPanel so has any third-party modules that cPanel has by default, but disabling them is not an option (nor is any other blind config changes that may affect other sites).
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revised Apache htaccess passwd - ignoring correct login
Added [solved] flag because SE doesn't let me select correct answer for two days - will remove again when I'm able to do that.
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answered Apache htaccess passwd - ignoring correct login
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