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Sep
8
comment Multiple web servers serving same static content
Actually, an strace shows that all the files still get stat-ed in order to retrieve their mtime.
Aug
10
comment Throttle file uploads using Apache 2
I edited my answer to reflect your question
Aug
10
revised Throttle file uploads using Apache 2
added 163 characters in body
Aug
10
answered Throttle file uploads using Apache 2
Aug
4
comment Multiple web servers serving same static content
It's organized in a somewhat mixed way: split into subdirs, but there are some huge dirs also. The files are produced by various ways, but mostly application & sftp.
Jul
20
comment Transactions and Rollback with Debian
This doesn't set the package version number though
Jul
20
accepted Self-healing archive file format with redundancy
Jul
17
comment Flash Drives - should be formatted NTFS?
Isn't out there something like FAT64 [en.wikipedia.org/wiki/ExFAT] ?
Jul
17
comment Multiple web servers serving same static content
+1: I ended using Squid. But I'm in the process of hand-crafting a better solution (based on a timed find -ctime)
Jul
10
comment VMWware Optimization
I thought that the optimal io scheduler would be "noop", since it falls specifically on the "Smart HBA"
Jul
3
accepted What is the difference between java.exe and javaw.exe?
Jul
2
asked What is the difference between java.exe and javaw.exe?
Jul
1
answered graphic visualization of a process memory
Jun
26
comment Using DD for disk cloning
Does this also work with "modern" fs such a BTRFS, NILFS, [whatever you can dream of] ?
Jun
26
awarded  Beta
Jun
10
accepted Log multiple occurences of one HTTP header with Apache
Jun
10
comment Log multiple occurences of one HTTP header with Apache
+1 since it doesn't answers, but made me think about trying with another version :-)
Jun
10
comment Log multiple occurences of one HTTP header with Apache
Yeah, i was stuck with a 1.3. But when I tried with 2.2 it worked flawlessly, hence my answer.
Jun
10
answered Log multiple occurences of one HTTP header with Apache
Jun
4
revised Log multiple occurences of one HTTP header with Apache
Made the title crystal clear (I hope)