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Owner, NacreData L.L.C.

unix sys admin, iOS and web application programmer, manager of development projects


Aug
18
awarded  Yearling
Aug
23
awarded  Nice Answer
Aug
18
awarded  Yearling
Apr
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comment What's behind a URL?
en.wikipedia.org/wiki/URL#Syntax
Aug
18
awarded  Yearling
Feb
14
answered Logging PHP (fcgid) requests separate from static
Feb
11
comment DDOS Mitigation for UDP Flood
yeah, can you just firewall UDP away from port 80 (which should be accepting TCP web connections)?
Feb
11
answered What causes my .htaccess file to run multiple times on a single request?
Feb
5
answered PHP add virtual host dynamically
Feb
5
answered Redirect `foo/` to foo/bar/` from within `foo`
Feb
4
comment Apache restart needed for PHP to re-read php.ini?
To be precise - it loads the config files (like httpd.conf and php.ini) once on start up. PHP scripts are begun anew each time a PHP script is run - there is no cross-request memory in a PHP script execution the way there is in something like mod_perl.
Feb
4
comment How are A record for webhost website is found from nameserver?
hm, I think it should if your subdomain is set up in DNS "dig jumaaat.cheapantivirus.me A" gives me "jumaaat.cheapantivirus.me. 86400 IN A 63.223.113.202" as an answer.
Feb
4
answered How are A record for webhost website is found from nameserver?
Feb
4
answered Apache restart needed for PHP to re-read php.ini?
Nov
3
asked PostgreSQL update tool?
Oct
11
comment Can't get mod_rewrite to work with ubuntu, have tried all the usual suspects (turning it on in config etc)
random/([0-9]+)/(.*) should only match if there is a slash at the end. But it isn't clear that you need it. If you don't need there to be a slash at the end, then just use random/([0-9]+) -- it's usually best to use only what you actually need.
Oct
11
comment Can't get mod_rewrite to work with ubuntu, have tried all the usual suspects (turning it on in config etc)
I can't really see enough of your system to have a firm idea, I'm afraid. I maintain an Ubuntu system and a couple of CentOS systems, but the vast bulk of my servers, development, testing and production, run OpenBSD. But I don't want to start a thread on that; mod_rewrite should work about the same on any *nix system. The complement is honest and partly for my own benefit. As developers we work on each others projects sooner or later, and the better job someone else has done, the more sane my job will be.
Oct
11
answered Can't get mod_rewrite to work with ubuntu, have tried all the usual suspects (turning it on in config etc)
Aug
19
awarded  Yearling
Apr
18
comment Apache ReWrite Rule Questions
So you uncommented it and it works?