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comment Apache proxy: passing on REMOTE_USER to backend server
See : serverfault.com/questions/180726/…
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comment Varnish only cache assets from single session
Thanks KM01 .. Your suggestion point me to the right direction.
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comment Varnish only cache assets from single session
I've tried this but it doesn't help. Is there anyway to print out the hash value?
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comment Varnish and insufficient amount of RAM
2 low spec nginx server with 64 GB SSD probably gives you better throughput at lower price porint than 1 server with 32GB ram. Static data can be replicated using DRBD or lysncd.
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comment Varnish and insufficient amount of RAM
If you just want to serve static files, I think you better of with multiple nginx server behind load balancer.
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comment Varnish only cache assets from single session
At this point I dont need vcl_has to do anything else.
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comment Varnish only cache assets from single session
Full config added.
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Add full config
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comment Google Chrome and kerberos authentication against Apache
What version of windows / chrome do you use to test it? Does SSO on IE / firefox works OK ? What if you typed in the username and password twice ? I have a problem where apache ask for credentials twice : serverfault.com/questions/100288/….
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comment pointing a domain to an IP address on a server with cname
Client will still have control over their DNS after the delegation. Remember , you are only delegating the subdomain, not the whole zone. Unfortunately I don't know what happen if there are duplicate/conflicting records. I'll give it a try when I get some free time and let you know how it goes.