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answered Is there any other reason for “no space left on device”?
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comment How can I change from prefork to worker MPM on CentOS 64bit?
Restart apache. sudo service httpd restart
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comment VMWare hypervisor with only 1 network card?
Thanks. Last time I used a VMWare product it was ESX v3 so I'm a bit behind with each of the product names.
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comment VMWare hypervisor with only 1 network card?
@rackandboneman It's a 2U colo space with only one switch port included. There is no option to buy a 2nd port. The actual server does have two NICs.
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answered How to change default permission for uploaded files in apache with mounted webroot?
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answered Settings Root Device on EC2
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comment Apache2 redirecting all HTTPS traffic to a single page
I wasn't aware of SNI, that's pretty cool. I'd be wary of using it though since the older browsers don't seem to support it (hi IE6).
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comment Apache2 redirecting all HTTPS traffic to a single page
You can have multiple SSL certificates per IP if you use different ports per certificate. But of course then you'd have to have something in front of your webservers (loadbalancer possibly) that directed port 443 traffic to the correct server port based on domain name. You can also buy a UCC SSL certificate to have multiple domains inside a single certificate.
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comment Is it possible to create a Virtual IP in Amazon EC2
Just to emphasise: Your servers WILL fail at some point. Design for it. With elastic load balancing, you "register" your servers with the LB (rather than configure your LB for the servers) and the load is split between them. When one server (or a whole group of servers!) goes down, they're removed from the LB pool.
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answered I Have 5GB Free RAM and 70-130 Apache Processes - Improvements?