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Oct
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comment Statsd, Graphite and graphs
And, are you looking at the stat from statsd, or the stat counter, which is the actual number of increments in the flush period? Take a look at my blog post about statsd and graphite to understand more - blog.pkhamre.com/2012/07/24/understanding-statsd-and-graphite
Oct
3
comment Statsd, Graphite and graphs
I have noticed that if you copy the image-link for the graph in Graphite, and applying ?format=raw or ?format=json, it is a lot easier to debug why your graph is showing as it does.
Oct
2
answered Nginx: Rewriting entire URI to query string
Sep
30
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Sep
18
comment `sudo` with alias in Bash
Great answer, I was not aware of this.
Sep
18
answered Automating Jenkins module install
Sep
17
comment Nginx condition proxy based on the $request_body
Are you sure it is your nginx that returns the 404, and not the proxied request?
Sep
7
answered 404 with serving static files in a custom nginx configuration
Sep
7
comment security update in centos, which way is it?
It really depends, not all updates are security updates.
Sep
7
comment security update in centos, which way is it?
This is the standard and supported way of doing it. Stick with it :)
Sep
7
comment security update in centos, which way is it?
I would prefer to do the actual upgrades manually, but get notified automatically so I can take action quickly. Too bad if an automated update brakes something when someone is on vacation or away.
Sep
7
answered Are packages override each other?
Sep
7
answered security update in centos, which way is it?
Sep
5
comment Nginx enable site command
Then I am unsure what you are really asking for.
Sep
5
answered Nginx enable site command
Sep
4
comment nginx and varnish for caching forcing ssl
Yes, definitely. But that is because I have lots of experience with Varnish for caching. I am not sure about nginx and caching, but I know Varnish is able to do pretty advanced caching. And it's very good at it!
Sep
4
comment nginx and varnish for caching forcing ssl
And about SSL certificate break; Nope, not if set up correctly. It will be HTTPS between client and server, but from the nginx-frontend to varnish and from varnish to nginx-backend it will be plain HTTP, don't use HTTPS in proxy unless you have to.
Sep
4
comment nginx and varnish for caching forcing ssl
Yeah, you are quite correct, but I would not run Varnish on port 80 localhost even though the port might be available. It will be confusing, so I suggest you just use the default Varnish port instead; 6081
Sep
4
answered nginx and varnish for caching forcing ssl
Sep
3
revised Rewrite rule for language fragments in nginx
Corrected spelling and fixed grammar.