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bio website matt.coneybeare.me
location New York, NY
age 33
visits member for 3 years, 6 months
seen Mar 13 '13 at 21:39

http://matt.coneybeare.me
@coneybeare

I have had a ton iOS apps under my name and my business name. I have multiple client apps, and one from an established startup. Many of my apps have been featured by Apple. I developed two iOS apps that made it into the top 100. One of the apps held the number two spot for three weeks. Another floats in/out of the paid News top 10. My apps have over 10 million downloads.

I do a ton of web work too using rails for all my sites. I do much of my own design for all the sites I have created.


Apr
7
comment Apply SetEnvIf after Apache RewriteRule
let us continue this discussion in chat
Apr
7
comment Apply SetEnvIf after Apache RewriteRule
No, they are from the Apache log
Apr
6
comment Apply SetEnvIf after Apache RewriteRule
I updated the apache log section above with all the log info I have in the vhost file.
Apr
6
comment Apply SetEnvIf after Apache RewriteRule
The box has HAProxy sending requests to apache, which sends requests to several Passenger Rails instances.
Apr
6
comment Apply SetEnvIf after Apache RewriteRule
No, I am using HAProxy though, could that be it?
Jun
13
comment How can I use fail2ban to block scrapers?
It seems like mod_security is great for catching random scraping attacks, but these media scrapers are all hitting valid urls that cannot be blocked. Am I missing something?
Feb
18
comment How can I get Haproxy to not log local requests?
Straight from the horses mouth!
Feb
15
comment How can I get Haproxy to not log local requests?
I will update the question to make it more clear
Oct
21
comment SSH into a box with a frequently changed IP
marked right amongst other similar answers for proper code formatting.
Oct
6
comment Stop Apache from writing duplicate log entries into access_log
That was it. I had 2 lines. I just ensured the vhost line was commented out.
Oct
5
comment Stop Apache from writing duplicate log entries into access_log
ok, still there are duplicates. The first ip is the servers ip, the second is the callers ip.