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comment Our security auditor is an idiot. How do I give him the information he wants?
Will you please stop spelling 'lose' incorrectly?
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comment My Linux server crashes twice; Apache and system logs have portions of other text files
I've been advised by the VPS vendor the problem might be their kernel, so I'm switching that. Thanks to everyone who pondered this and hope I'm not back here in a couple days with more stories of woe!
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comment My Linux server crashes twice; Apache and system logs have portions of other text files
It's a VPS. I am wondering about the hardware, too...
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comment How can Django/WSGI and PHP share / on Apache?
Oddly, I have other rewrite rules that seemed to be working. This one triggered an error message saying that about FollowSymLinks though, which I saw when I finally had the bright idea to check the error logs.
Jan
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comment How can Django/WSGI and PHP share / on Apache?
I'll add a note for anyone else trying this: it was giving 403 Forbidden for every single URL (and thus driving me nuts as the rewrite seemed to be correct) until I added Options +FollowSymLinks.
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comment How can Django/WSGI and PHP share / on Apache?
Thanks for the complete answer! That's just what I needed.
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comment How can Django/WSGI and PHP share / on Apache?
@Graham yes, that's right! Just one Django instance. I don't know why I listed that one differently, I'll edit for clarity.
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