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accepted How to copy large (> 1 million) number of small files between two servers
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answered Total memory consumption in linux machine
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comment How to configure nginx to just add to request one more HTTP header
If I understand what you are trying to do, you will need to add the header before it is sent to the proxy (first config), then check for that header in the second config. With what you have you are just setting the header twice.
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comment Apache/2.4.6 update causes 404s
I've updated my answer. I suspect you have conflicting override statements. In your config you use Directory /. If in the new config there is Directory /var/www/html with a AllowOverride None it will replace your directive. So try my answer above.
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comment Apache/2.4.6 update causes 404s
Please search all apache config files for AllowOverrideList and AllowOverride. If you set AllowOverride to none htaccess is ignored.
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comment Apache/2.4.6 update causes 404s
Try replacing the directory line in your config with the full path to your document root: Directory var/www/hivetracking-front/checkout/hive-tracking/public/ Since you have / there could be a more specific match changing your settings. Also are you sure your htaccess is even being processed? Try putting an error in the file and see if you get a 500 error.
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comment Apache/2.4.6 update causes 404s
Have you checked the AllowOverride settings in the main Apache file to see if they may be causing an issue.
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answered Apache/2.4.6 update causes 404s
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comment Trying to install SSL: Private key does not match certificate
You should delete everything in WHM and then generate a new CSR. Then send this new CSR to your cert provider. This way the only private key in WHM would have to match the CSR you used. I suspect something is just getting mixed up along the way.
Jan
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comment Trying to install SSL: Private key does not match certificate
You likely have the wrong private key for the cert. I've seen this happen a few times. See if you can get your SSL cert re-issued for free. If so, go into WHM and remove (make backups if you want) all SSL certs/CSRs/keys for the domain. Then generate a new CSR. This way there will only be one key on the server and WHM should get the match right.
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answered Trying to install SSL: Private key does not match certificate
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comment MySQL connection errors when client server bandwidth is exhausted
What versions of MySQL and PHP (assuming) are you using? There used to be a bug in PHP that caused this. Also what is your connect_timeout? Lastly, if your network is exhausted -- you will simply need more network.
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comment Log Archiving Solution
How large are the logs? How much data is being added per log rotation? The file size and rotation scheduled are key to finding a good solution.
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comment Log Archiving Solution
See maximumcompression.com/data/log.php
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comment File Monitoring on Ubuntu 12.04 Server
How many files are you trying to monitor? If it is few and they change infrequently, then performance is less of an issue. Also, if it is just one server, I would stick with a simple solution not requiring a centralized reporting tool.
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answered How to retrieve all the system mails like LogWatch
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comment Network In greater than Network Out?
You may also want to try the iptraf utility. Those charts are not very clear in terms of Megabits/sec. Using ipraf/ntop or something similar will allow you to see inbound/outbound bandwidth in real time. Also the netstat results are useful in identifying the port. I have seen cases where recycled IP addresses have a lot of traffic due to incorrect DNS pointing an old domain to your newly acquired IP.