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Feb
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answered tunneling smtp connections from localhost to another port
Feb
4
comment smtp sasl authentication failure
Glad to hear you managed to solve it!
Feb
4
answered Fix stubborn 'Setting locale failed.'
Feb
4
comment HA Proxy won't load balance my web requests. What have I done wrong?
What does a stats page show? Is one of the backend servers in down state?
Feb
4
answered High CPU from httpd process
Feb
4
answered Installinf Xen 4.0.1 in Ubuntu 10.10
Feb
4
answered Mysql install and remove issues
Feb
4
answered vsftp on centos
Feb
4
answered nginx Rewrite with Trailing Slash
Feb
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Feb
4
comment copy all *.mkv in subdirectories to parent directory
You are right guys. Edited a command to add a trailing slash. Yep, mv has more sense, but the task was to copy files for some reason.
Feb
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revised copy all *.mkv in subdirectories to parent directory
added 1 characters in body
Feb
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answered copy all *.mkv in subdirectories to parent directory
Feb
4
comment File does not exist: /htdocs
Could you please post content of /etc/apache2/sites-available/default?
Feb
4
answered Monitor bandwidth per-process
Feb
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answered Performance Tuning a High-Load Apache Server
Feb
3
comment is it really necessary to run Apache as a front-end to Glassfish/JBoss/Tomcat?
Well, multithreaded Apache still uses synchronous I/O. I don't see big difference if threads not processes will be blocked on a socket by slow clients. Nginx is designed as single-threaded single-process finite state machine (well, not necessary single-process, number of processes should be set to number of CPU cores on a multi-core system).
Feb
3
comment is it really necessary to run Apache as a front-end to Glassfish/JBoss/Tomcat?
Actually, the problem is broader than just serving static content because if your server does not use async I/O clients with slow connections will block server's execution threads until they got the content in full. So, having an AIO-powered frontend is a benefit in any case. But, as I already mentioned, Tomcat has AIO capabilities. I think stock Glassfish package already includes AIO library, so you probably should not bother.
Feb
3
answered How can I prevent apache DoS flood?
Feb
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answered is it really necessary to run Apache as a front-end to Glassfish/JBoss/Tomcat?