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Feb
9
comment Nginx + uWSGI on a fresh Ubuntu install - bind error port 80
You should install it using this: apt-get install psmisc
Feb
9
answered dedicated apache httpd server configuration and performance tuning
Feb
9
comment dedicated apache httpd server configuration and performance tuning
What is a main purpose of this server - serving dynamic content, reverse proxying content to other servers, etc?
Feb
9
comment dedicated apache httpd server configuration and performance tuning
What load do you expect on it, say, in requests per second?
Feb
9
answered Nginx + uWSGI on a fresh Ubuntu install - bind error port 80
Feb
8
comment create an image of currently linux installed with ssh?
If you can boot to some kind of external rescue Linux distro, probably from CD or USB stick, you can backup the full HDD, otherwise you can't.
Feb
8
answered Installing apache2 with apt-get, apache2-mpm-prefork?
Feb
8
answered create an image of currently linux installed with ssh?
Feb
8
comment Blocking a specific URL by IP (a URL create by mod-rewrite)
I am not 100% sure, but I think you should put an original unmodified URL as it is in the browser. I think these directives are processed prior to invoking mod_rewrite handlers.
Feb
8
answered Blocking a specific URL by IP (a URL create by mod-rewrite)
Feb
8
answered Apache: How to enable Directory Index browsing at the Doc Root level?
Feb
8
answered Backing up server before upgrading PHP
Feb
8
comment nginx reverse proxy
Is it the only location in your nginx config?
Feb
8
answered nginx reverse proxy
Feb
8
comment Hide folder from root URL of website
@Sam You should try to put RewriteRule ^cms/(.*)$ mysite.com/$1 [R=301,L] before RewriteRule (.*) cms/$1 [L], it looks like it will work this way
Feb
8
answered Should I use GlusterFS as storage pool for KVM/Xen virtual machines?
Feb
8
comment Why would I need a firewall if my server is well configured?
@Marcin I mean that if someone wants to secure a system w/o using a firewall, he or she will have to create a comprehensive threat model first. Firewalls imply some kind of well-known and well-described threat model, so I don't have to build it from scratch for every host. Of course, if we talk about a military-grade security, there is no choice, a formal threat model should be built.
Feb
8
answered IIS and Apache on the same machine and same port for a real deployment (non testing server)
Feb
8
answered Linux: How to know where a process was started and how it was started?
Feb
8
answered Apache force ssl to specific URL