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Jun
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accepted Encrypted User Directory on FreeBSD?
Jun
16
asked Encrypted User Directory on FreeBSD?
Mar
12
comment nginx and apache2 conflict - 403 Forbidden
Are you hitting the right server?
Mar
12
accepted How to rate-limit Apache server on IP basis?
Mar
12
accepted Precedence/co-existence of SPF and DKIM
Mar
3
awarded  Yearling
Mar
3
asked Precedence/co-existence of SPF and DKIM
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awarded  Notable Question
Sep
23
comment How to rate-limit Apache server on IP basis?
Thanks. mod_evasive seems to only serve 403 responses for blocked addresses, but mod_cband looks promising!
Sep
21
asked How to rate-limit Apache server on IP basis?
Mar
5
comment “No space left on device” with FreeBSD
Goddammit, the inode info should be included in the daily df reports. Caused some severe hair pulling!
Jan
19
comment How to allow domain member access on a non-domain-member Windows 7
Thank you. I understand now that what I'm trying to do is impossible. There is no access to the AD on a non domain member, and consequently no way to authenticate a domain user.
Jan
17
comment How to allow domain member access on a non-domain-member Windows 7
Guest/Everyone permission doesn't seem to work. And if I can't supply a local account for a given client, is there a way to authenticate locally against their existing AD domain account?
Jan
17
asked How to allow domain member access on a non-domain-member Windows 7
Jan
14
comment Two name servers necessary?
thanks for clarifying the real reasons for having a redundant DNS. Indeed if negative caching and email are very important then it makes sense. But for me it's not an issue. And I've been running a single DNS for years without a problem because it's good enough for what I'm doing.
Jan
13
comment Two name servers necessary?
The RFC states "By administrative fiat, we require every zone to be available on at least two servers", which means essentially "without any authority to enforce it, we believe you need at least two DNS servers". This is a very shallow view as for example my colo runs on ONE server where both HTTP and DNS servers are hosted. So there is no point in having DNS mirrored elsewhere since if my only server is down, my site is down, period.
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awarded  Critic
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awarded  Popular Question
Jul
24
revised Apache server-relative redirect
added 152 characters in body
Jul
24
comment Apache server-relative redirect
It may be an incorrect redirect, but all modern browsers support it. See en.wikipedia.org/wiki/HTTP_location