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comment Varnish 4 service won't start because of selinux
Have you tried generating a human readable format of your logs using something like sealert -a /var/log/audit/audit.log > /path/to/mylogfile.txt? More at wiki.centos.org/HowTos/SELinux
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comment WebLogic datasource timeout
Could be a query in the code ... ? Hard to tell without examining the error logs. Update your question with the full exception/relevant error log entries. If I'm not mistaken, Test Table Name defaults to SQL SELECT 1 FROM DUAL which is a 'dummy' table and will pass under most circumstances.
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comment duplicate cache pages: Varnish
Why the down vote?
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comment Weblogic Hogging Threads
On the WLS side, look at thread dumps, take 4-5 at 10 seconds apart, see if you see any stuck threads: kill -3 <pid> ought to do it. Examining GC logs could be helpful. If query timeouts are constant, looking at what queries need optimizing would be beneficial.
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comment Load balancing glassfish v4.0 CLUSTER with apache HTTP server: Location of apache
"In front" of Cluster Nodes in this sense: End User > Apache+mod_jk > Cluster Nodes. Think of the flow of traffic from the end users to these server running your applications. Admin console is used to manage the nodes & almost never not load balanced. For simplicity, go with a dedicated apache server.
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comment Load balancing glassfish v4.0 CLUSTER with apache HTTP server: Location of apache
Here is a hint from page 7-1 "Create GlassFish Server clusters or server instances to participate in load balancing" You would place apache+mod_jk infront of those node. Do this help?
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comment apache + varnish + cloudflare Log IP's
A combination of varnishlog and std can help. Atop your vcl, insert import std; next, in vcl_deliver, use std.log ("Client IP is: " + req.http.NameOfClientIPVariable); restart varnish or reload configs. Run varnishlog, make http calls to your app, and look for the "Client IP is: ___" -- there can be lots of output, especially if this is a busy server.
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comment apache + varnish + cloudflare Log IP's
I don't work with CloudFlare, but in our setup LB -> Varnish -> Apache, the LB stores the client's IP, and passes on in a variable called "ClientIP" (or could be "X-Forwarded-For"), and that is visible to Varnish as req.http.ClientIP and as %{ClientIP} to Apache.
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comment Apache server-status when running as proxy server
Place it after the </Location> line and restart the web server
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comment Apache server-status when running as proxy server
It could be the order of things. Update your question with the new configs.
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answered Apache server-status when running as proxy server