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Nov
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comment How to Flush NginX's SSL buffer mid-request for Server Push
Off is the default for that setting.
Nov
12
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Nov
12
comment How to Flush NginX's SSL buffer mid-request for Server Push
I've found that I can flush as much data as I want if I upgrade to websockets.
Nov
12
comment How to Flush NginX's SSL buffer mid-request for Server Push
I'm pretty sure tcp_nopush is the opposite of what I want.
Nov
11
revised How to Flush NginX's SSL buffer mid-request for Server Push
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Nov
10
asked How to Flush NginX's SSL buffer mid-request for Server Push
Sep
4
answered SSL Client Certificates and NginX
Sep
4
comment SSL Client Certificates and NginX
Would there be any purpose to getting my client CA signed by a well-known CA? Or is that one fine being self-signed?
Sep
4
comment SSL Client Certificates and NginX
Btw, by Common Name I did mean the CN, though after following the instructions on the other link I mentioned I guess it's also the DN now, since they do not specify any other items.
Sep
4
comment SSL Client Certificates and NginX
This would all still work if I used a server cert from a well-known CA instead of one that has anything to do with the CA I'm using for my client certificates, right?
Sep
4
comment SSL Client Certificates and NginX
Shortly before you posted this, I got things working, but only with openssl s_client. curl is still not sending the cert, even with the same arguments. I'm currently not passing -CAfile to either. Perhaps I have to specify the CA to curl? Also maybe I am experiencing this problem: curl.haxx.se/mail/archive-2013-10/0036.html . I am on OSX Mavericks, after all. Btw, I got it working by following instructions here security.stackexchange.com/questions/25551/… and making the CNs all different domain-like names.
Sep
4
asked SSL Client Certificates and NginX
Feb
6
comment What performance degradation to expect with Nginx over raw Gunicorn+Gevent?
Your gunicorn link just goes to the homepage now. Can you update it?
Oct
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Mar
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revised Reporting memory usage per process/program
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Mar
23
comment Reporting memory usage per process/program
I didn't mention it because it's CentOS :P
Mar
23
comment Reporting memory usage per process/program
Cool info. I don't have this command though.