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reviewed Approve suggested edit on how do I setup Apache's Content-Encoding Header?
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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.
Jun
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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?
Jun
19
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.
Jun
19
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.
Jun
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comment Apache server-status when running as proxy server
Place it after the </Location> line and restart the web server
Jun
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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.
Jun
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answered Apache server-status when running as proxy server
Jun
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answered Tomcat / Railo stop responding with no error output
May
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comment SSL Returning Blank Page, No Catalina Errors
What is the complete curl command that gave you that error? What does openssl s_client -host jira.mywebsite.com -port 8443 display?
May
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accepted Varnish ACLs Behind Load Balancer Based on Client's IP
May
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comment Varnish ACLs Behind Load Balancer Based on Client's IP
Thanks Jens, do you have an example of this regex?
May
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comment Varnish ACLs Behind Load Balancer Based on Client's IP
As noted at the end of my question, client.ip has the IP of the Load Balancer, not the Client, so I don't see how this helps. Could you please elaborate?
May
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asked Varnish ACLs Behind Load Balancer Based on Client's IP
May
15
comment Apache httpd response time increase with concurrent connections
How many httpd processes are running in each of your three cases? Enable server-status (httpd.apache.org/docs/2.2/mod/mod_status.html) and examine the output as your load increases. If you haven't already, worth looking at is the latency, you can enable that in JMeter's Listeners (e.g. Graph Results) by clicking the Configure button.
May
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comment Apache2 + Mod_SSL user management
I'm not certain. What is your concern with the cert issuing CA? Also, in this case would %{SSL_CLIENT_S_DN_OU} eq "MY-OU" be sufficient or are you looking lock things down further by user?