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Jun
12
answered Ubuntu Upstart script hangs on start and stop
Mar
18
comment “service”-command and environment variables
As another tip in the /etc/sysconfig/<servicename> file you can use bash's source to load files from /etc/profile.d to imitate the shell login environment.
Oct
16
revised ps and top show a different command name then what pkill and pgrep sees
added 110 characters in body
Oct
16
asked ps and top show a different command name then what pkill and pgrep sees
Aug
27
accepted Managing SSH keys for multiple users for multiple systems (ie github like ssh key ui)
Aug
27
awarded  Editor
Aug
27
asked Managing SSH keys for multiple users for multiple systems (ie github like ssh key ui)
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awarded  Scholar
May
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accepted Where does the SSL EV registration number come from?
Feb
4
comment Where does the SSL EV registration number come from?
Embarrisingly I used godaddy of which I try to avoid calling if I can.
Feb
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awarded  Student
Feb
3
asked Where does the SSL EV registration number come from?
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awarded  Autobiographer
Feb
22
comment is it really necessary to run Apache as a front-end to Glassfish/JBoss/Tomcat?
@Caffeine Coma I'm in the same boat and it seems we are using the same technology hence the serendipity of being on the same threads across Stackexchanges (I swear I'm not stalking :) ). BTW we are using Nginx + Tomcat.
Feb
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Feb
21
answered is it really necessary to run Apache as a front-end to Glassfish/JBoss/Tomcat?
Feb
21
comment is it really necessary to run Apache as a front-end to Glassfish/JBoss/Tomcat?
Beware anyone who rants with out any numbers to back such claims. If your site is mostly dynamic then direct tomcat is going to be faster. Most heavy traffic sites these days use CDN (content delivery network) for their static content so there is no reason to use Apache to serve your static content. That being said you should still have something infront for load balancing/ssl.
Sep
28
comment Configure nginx for jboss/tomcat
The problem with a proxy is that it is slower than mod_jk/fastcgi/ajp