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Apr
23
comment How to configure nginx+php (fcgi) to run every subdomain with a different user?
You can specify the user/group per process pool. So if you wanted to have two separate pools for two different users where they couldn't access the other's files, then you could spawn it in this way.
Nov
22
comment How should I set up my PTR Record?
I'm not sure what you're looking to achieve with the PTR record then. Usually with PTR's it's to create a reverse DNS lookup (IP -> domain) so that email clients can be sure that that is the correct IP for that domain. You (probably) do this at the host, because they own your IP. If this is about SPF, then you just need to create the TXT record for the domain you want to authenticate (e.g., a TXT on example.com), no PTR necessary.
Sep
14
comment How to manage more than 1000000 rows in a table in SQL Server 2005
From msdn.microsoft.com/en-us/library/ms143432.aspx : Database size 524,272 terabytes; Rows per table, Limited by available storage
Mar
29
comment SQL join between two tables in different databases
@sharepoint99 If you feel this answer sufficiently resolves your problem, you should accept it as the answer (there should be a checkmark on the left side you can click).
Mar
29
comment How to configure nginx+php (fcgi) to run every subdomain with a different user?
I just mean that if you had that many different users, you'd have to create a separate configuration for each one, which may be more work than you want. Although, as I said, you can probably do some automating with a bit of scripting.
Dec
7
comment best practice with memcache/php - multi memcache nodes
pecl/memcached: pecl.php.net/package/memcached
Dec
7
comment best practice with memcache/php - multi memcache nodes
Since I can't post more than one link, pecl/memcache: pecl.php.net/package/memcache