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I make a ninja game at ninjawars.net, am hirable at bitlucid.com, do crazy art when I can at dnaexmosn.deviantart.com, and code open source stuff on github at github.com/tchalvak

Code in:

  • php
  • javascript
  • html/css

Want to code in: - Clojure

Want to code on: - node.js

aka Tchalvak


Feb
13
comment Increased number of 408 Request Timeouts for null on a webserver
I've lowered it to 150 seconds, though I guess that will only increase the number of timeouts, of course, but I guess at least the requests that timeout wont hold onto resources.
Feb
13
comment Increased number of 408 Request Timeouts for null on a webserver
Looks like it is the rediculously high number of 300 seconds: # # Timeout: The number of seconds before receives and sends time out. # Timeout 300
Feb
13
comment Increased number of 408 Request Timeouts for null on a webserver
The "408 request timeout null: 694 times" and "a total of 125 sites probed the server" messages are from the logwatch log summarizing app, which emails me out info about the server logs on a daily basis. The others are entries from a grep of /var/log/apache2/access.log I also clarified in my question now.
Feb
13
revised Increased number of 408 Request Timeouts for null on a webserver
Linked logwatch, clarified as much as I can.
Feb
13
revised Increased number of 408 Request Timeouts for null on a webserver
Minor typo fix
Feb
13
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Feb
12
awarded  Popular Question
Feb
5
awarded  Tumbleweed
Jan
29
revised Increased number of 408 Request Timeouts for null on a webserver
edited title
Jan
29
revised Increased number of 408 Request Timeouts for null on a webserver
edited title
Jan
29
revised Increased number of 408 Request Timeouts for null on a webserver
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Jan
29
asked Increased number of 408 Request Timeouts for null on a webserver
Jan
28
comment Equivalent to denyhosts, but for HTTP requests?
...wouldn't that tie up your server's resources just as much as an attackers...
Dec
1
awarded  Notable Question
Nov
13
comment How can I get access to password hashing in postgresql? Tried installing postgresql-contrib in ubuntu, still can't access hashing functions
Yeah, they seem to have updated the system to make extensions easier to manage, happily, and now after installing postgresql-contrib in postgres 9.1 and up you can just: create extension pgcrypto or from the command line echo "create extension pgcrypto" | psql -d dataBaseName to enable extensions, as well.
Sep
14
accepted Blocking apache access via user agent string
Sep
14
accepted Denyhosts: Should I ever clear the denied IP hosts file?
Sep
14
revised Blocking apache access via user agent string
deleted 3 characters in body; edited title
Sep
14
awarded  Popular Question
Sep
11
comment Free service for checking for DNS errors on your domain?
Hmmm, Zonecheck stops on first error, which isn't helpful (at least, in the web interface).