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comment apache+mod_wsgi configuration for django project(s) on a quad core
relevant to the APACHE HEADER suggestion; nice thread on optimization and configuration
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comment apache+mod_wsgi configuration for django project(s) on a quad core
For everybody reading, I found these messages very relevant: deadlocks, debug and mod_wsgi 4‌​; premature end of script headers and WSGIApplicationGroup; and about mod_wsgi 4
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comment apache+mod_wsgi configuration for django project(s) on a quad core
Thanks! I think you really nailed what happens... I'm jumping to the mod_wsgi mailing list straight away. If i don't get updates I'll assume (for other SF readers coming here afterwards) that my apache2/mod_wsgi settings are otherwise fine.
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comment apache+mod_wsgi configuration for django project(s) on a quad core
Some related questions: serverfault.com/questions/310165/…, serverfault.com/questions/291952/…, stackoverflow.com/questions/5021424/…
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comment Nginx - Email Forwarders
let us continue this discussion in chat
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comment Nginx - Email Forwarders
@TheBlackBenzKid: stackoverflow.com/questions/670628/… for open source "cpanels".. But really, doing DNS based mail configuration is the best way to use gmail: I can't imagine what nginx could provide more. I guess that your domain name registrar is Rackspace, so you should not even need DynDNS that provide paid-for mail redirection.
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comment Nginx - Email Forwarders
@TheBlackBenzKid also, you should have provided more details including who's your registrar and what's your current DNS configuration to get more detailed help!
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comment Nginx - Email Forwarders
@TheBlackBenzKid: why do you want to do something difficult when you can do something easy? I'm updating my answer with a few more details..
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comment Nginx - Email Forwarders
what's your domain name registrar?
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comment What 'LockFile' is for in Apache2?
:-) which is what I was hoping to get on serverfault but so far you've been the only one trying to help! I'll try a separate question for best config with specific requirements.
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comment What 'LockFile' is for in Apache2?
I only have 1 port I listen to (but i sometimes experiment with multiple apache2 instances, which might be subject to another question).
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comment What 'LockFile' is for in Apache2?
Thanks again. Reading about this on the apache perf tuning page I see it's a method that has several drawbacks. would you advise changing it?
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comment What 'LockFile' is for in Apache2?
thank Pawel, the latter is what interests me the most :-) . I edited my question, it looks like my Ubuntu box is using sysvsem. Does that mean that LockFile is simply unused - and another mechanism for locking is used instead?
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