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revised How do I replicate my .htaccess functionality in NGINX
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answered Make a server manage several sites
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comment Index Proposals
DukeLion, you are of course correct. I've clarified the time-complexities somewhat and removed my typo on lg n. Also, in MySQL the MyISAM and InnoDB storage engines don't support hash indices. B-tree should perform almost equally well because the trees are usually very shallow in depth due to the large amount of children in each node.
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answered Force Mail server to look outside the local host
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comment Distributed filesystem - confused
womble, from this page: dev.mysql.com/doc/refman/4.1/en/multiple-servers.html I see now that they have removed the warning from newer versions of the manual, but that doesn't mean that the problems mentioned in the old manual shouldn't be considered. MySQL Cluster or similar solutions is still the preferred way.
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answered Distributed filesystem - confused
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answered Upgrading to PHP 5.3 - solutions for legacy sites
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comment PHP 5.3 and Lighttpd?
Debian is cheap on resources. The standard installation (without any server software installed, but with tools like ping and dig) is about 800 MB on disk if I recall correctly. I've never managed to get any CentOS installation under 1.5 GB. My home server, which act as gateway, web server, file server, database, e-mail and some other stuff uses 300 MB of RAM (disk cache not included), and I have 2 GB RAM installed so I've had no reason to try to minimize that usage.
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answered PHP 5.3 and Lighttpd?
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comment MySQL Service Stopped on its own
Please post the relevant lines from the log.