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scripted: ruby on rails, javascript, lua compiled: C++, Java Opensource when possible, thanks.

Apr
9
comment Heartbleed: how to reliably and portably check the OpenSSL version?
@Michael That probably means that even if the ssl version is "insecure", it doesn't have the module that manifests the vulnerability active.
Apr
9
comment Heartbleed: how to reliably and portably check the OpenSSL version?
@voretaq7 Thanks for your comment. I added it at the end of my answer
Apr
9
comment Heartbleed: how to reliably and portably check the OpenSSL version?
@StefanLasiewski I updated my answer and removed the "need ssh" part
Apr
9
revised Heartbleed: how to reliably and portably check the OpenSSL version?
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Apr
8
answered Heartbleed: how to reliably and portably check the OpenSSL version?
Aug
12
accepted Passenger - “Auto-kill” rogue processes?
Mar
1
accepted apache - mod_rewrite + mod_proxy working in staging, not working in production ( [P] option ignored )
Feb
29
answered apache - mod_rewrite + mod_proxy working in staging, not working in production ( [P] option ignored )
Feb
28
comment apache - mod_rewrite + mod_proxy working in staging, not working in production ( [P] option ignored )
@ShaneMadden yes, mod_proxy is loaded.
Feb
28
comment apache - mod_rewrite + mod_proxy working in staging, not working in production ( [P] option ignored )
@larks: I didn't know about that log! I'm browsing that.
Feb
28
asked apache - mod_rewrite + mod_proxy working in staging, not working in production ( [P] option ignored )
Jul
15
comment WEBrick-like php server?
Thanks for the answer!
Jul
15
accepted WEBrick-like php server?
Jun
15
revised Passenger - “Auto-kill” rogue processes?
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Jun
15
comment Passenger - “Auto-kill” rogue processes?
There are some hourly cron jobs. However, the outage seems to happen every 3 months or so. It's more likely a crawler issue (too many requests that take long to execute in too little time)
Jun
15
revised Passenger - “Auto-kill” rogue processes?
Added Apache Processes Graph
Jun
15
asked Passenger - “Auto-kill” rogue processes?
Jun
6
awarded  Student
Apr
25
comment Windows Server 2008 R2 network adapter stops working, requires hard reboot
Shouldn't the answer be putted as a proper answer, and not as a question edit? This way the question could be marked as "answered".
Apr
14
awarded  Commentator