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Jan
25
revised Services: Is there any real difference between “Manual” and “Disabled”?
Fix typo in title
Jan
25
suggested approved edit on Services: Is there any real difference between “Manual” and “Disabled”?
Oct
29
awarded  Notable Question
Oct
16
answered Nginx: Optimal map_hash_max_size and map_hash_bucket_size for 1M map?
Oct
9
revised maintaining redirects in nginx from an external source
Corrected spelling
Oct
9
suggested approved edit on maintaining redirects in nginx from an external source
Aug
16
answered Tools to run a background process command line in windows?
Aug
14
answered Why does my ssh timeout vary with network location?
Jul
21
awarded  Nice Question
Jul
19
comment What causes the “connecting” and “waiting” for seconds on HTTP GET requests with nginx?
@Anatoly: I have keepalive_timeout 65 and gzip on in the http block in nginx.conf.
Jul
18
asked What causes the “connecting” and “waiting” for seconds on HTTP GET requests with nginx?
Jul
16
awarded  Popular Question
Jul
15
awarded  Yearling
Jul
15
comment Prefer IPv4 incoming connections over IPv6
This seems like a very ingenious and easy to implement solution.
Jul
15
asked Prefer IPv4 incoming connections over IPv6
Jul
5
revised How can I have nginx serve Wordpress at /blog, without proxy_pass?
edited title
Jul
3
comment Free (or nearly free) Trusted SSL Certificate?
GeoCerts has a free 30-day trial that doesn't require phone verification like RapidSSL.
Jul
2
asked How can I have nginx serve Wordpress at /blog, without proxy_pass?
Jul
2
comment Why does my ssh timeout vary with network location?
This fix worked for PuTTY as well. The only option I had to set was in Connection -> Seconds between Keepalive: 15. SSH session has been alive and well for over 8 hours (Comcast), while it would usually disconnect in <30 minutes.
Jul
2
comment best way to debug nginx config file?
notice is much better than debug as the error_level for debugging rewrites because it will skip a lot of low-level irrelevant debug info (e.g. SSL or gzip details; 50+ lines per request).