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Apr
20
comment Accessing a server through VPN
Looks like adding a two-factor authentication to the VPN would add a security layer. Hope we can find an affordable solution...
Apr
20
comment Accessing a server through VPN
Unfortunately their solutions are way too expensive. :(
Apr
20
asked Accessing a server through VPN
Nov
25
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Nov
19
accepted Evaluating the CPU I/O wait on Linux
Nov
19
comment Evaluating the CPU I/O wait on Linux
My worry is not on the CPU overload, but more on the process latency. So if I understood correctly, it means that almost as much processing percentage is done waiting than "processing". Therefore If I optimize the io metrics, I will reduce dramatically the latencies (it is a webserver).
Nov
19
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Nov
19
asked Evaluating the CPU I/O wait on Linux
Aug
12
awarded  Popular Question
Jul
16
comment How can I protected my sitemap index file and sitemap.xml files from leechers?
I use this same approche. I have noticed that the reverse lookup can be an issue with Bing as some of their bot seem not to be properly configured. :)
Jan
16
awarded  Popular Question
Oct
24
accepted Why are some web clients requesting a page named “cache”?
May
18
revised Why are some web clients requesting a page named “cache”?
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May
17
comment Why are some web clients requesting a page named “cache”?
We produced all the code (no CMS). Nowhere in the code a reference to a file/folder cache is done. It looks more like a module/configuration issue (APC, htaccess rewrite, deflate, etc.).
May
17
revised Why are some web clients requesting a page named “cache”?
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May
17
revised Why are some web clients requesting a page named “cache”?
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May
17
comment Why are some web clients requesting a page named “cache”?
There is not only one specific url which is being accessed. The client is randomly trying to access a "cache" folder in the same url as the referer page.
May
17
comment Why are some web clients requesting a page named “cache”?
We suspected a bad script/bot. Nope, it happens to "real" users.
May
17
comment Why are some web clients requesting a page named “cache”?
Not sure I understand. mywebsite.com/r/1010 is valide. there is no reason in the code for the browser to open mywebsite.com/r/cache which would return a 404.
May
17
revised Why are some web clients requesting a page named “cache”?
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