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comment How to configure Apache to run on multiple network interfaces?
How could I specify it to listen say only on the Wifi interface, where the address is assigned by DHCP? Is there any way to specify an inteface, e.g. "wlan0"?
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comment RabbitMQ, trouble getting hello world example to work on anything but localhost
It looks like Pika is limited to 128K data size. Message me if you know how to get around this?
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comment RabbitMQ, trouble getting hello world example to work on anything but localhost
I created a config file specifyinga large frame_max, didn't seem to affect the behavior however. My config. file is : {rabbit, [{frame_max, 20000000}, {log_levels, [{connection, info}]}]} ].
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comment RabbitMQ, trouble getting hello world example to work on anything but localhost
Note I'm using RabbitMQ. File is sent up as a JSON encoded string (for now).
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comment RabbitMQ, trouble getting hello world example to work on anything but localhost
Actually current behavior is that small files (~64 bytes) are being received, but larger files (~52K) are not. What would prevent one file from being transferred over another?
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