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Mar
13
revised Nginx rewrite rule to replace querystring question mark with underscore
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Mar
13
comment Nginx rewrite rule to replace querystring question mark with underscore
@JeffAtwood ? has no visible effect on static files, you would only see an extra query in your access logs; if you care about it, sure add a question mark
Mar
12
revised Nginx rewrite rule to replace querystring question mark with underscore
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Mar
12
answered Nginx rewrite rule to replace querystring question mark with underscore
Mar
8
comment Showing total progress in rsync: is it possible?
Worth noting that --info=progress2 doesn't work with -v
Nov
26
awarded  Caucus
Oct
29
awarded  Scholar
Oct
29
accepted Redirect users connecting with SSLv3 within nginx
Oct
25
awarded  Yearling
Oct
25
answered Postfix + Php Mail() VS Postfix + SMTP
Oct
25
comment Redirect users connecting with SSLv3 within nginx
@HåkanLindqvist good point: I still could get cookies stolen even if I redirect; yet apparently there is a way to eat the cake
Oct
25
comment Redirect users connecting with SSLv3 within nginx
@MichaelHampton this is one of the things I'm going to mention on that page I want them to be redirected
Oct
25
awarded  Student
Oct
25
revised Redirect users connecting with SSLv3 within nginx
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Oct
25
comment Redirect users connecting with SSLv3 within nginx
@MichaelHampton I have practically tried to disable SSLv3, and got an angry report from a user using IE7. AFAIK it has TLS disabled by default, that's the problem.
Oct
25
asked Redirect users connecting with SSLv3 within nginx
Oct
9
comment Rewriting sender address based on the recipient
Try disabling avamis only for drewrite
Sep
10
awarded  Commentator
Sep
10
comment Detect running rsync session
For the amount of files I have this approach will take more time than the actual sync.
Sep
3
comment Detect running rsync session
I have tens of thousands files. Do you mean that I need to check every other file?