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Geek, Gamer, Student, Android Developer, Arduino Ninja, Computer Scientist & Entrepreneur

I mostly live in the Sci-Fi, Gaming & Cartoon world, but -- at night -- I secretly masquerade as someone who pretends to know Android, Arduino, Linux, Java & jQuery.

Also, I am "truely" in love with a beautiful girl too...

My Fav TV Series: Doctor Who, Marvel's Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D., Star Trek: Enterprise, Star Trek: The Next Generation, Star Trek: Voyager, Star Wars: The Clone Wars, Justice League: Unlimited, The Vampire Diaries

My Fav MMO Games: Planetside 2, Warframe, Star Trek Online, Eve Online, AirMech, Clash of Clans


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May
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answered Tranfer and host multiple domains on a dedicated server
Apr
9
comment Redirecting specific traffic to amazon AWS
Use Load Balancing, man..
Apr
2
comment Make website reachable through domain?
host file based solution is far much easier if non-public site is needed
Apr
2
comment Make website reachable through domain?
@Tom :) No.. no.. no.. I didn't mean to suggest this for live production site. As he is learning to use IIS 7, he can use host file based solution. Its free and quick.
Apr
2
comment Make website reachable through domain?
He can use test.com after adding it in host file..
Mar
2
comment POP3 / IMAP server for free mail-service
Own setup would be too much expensive... Its better to use "Google Apps for Business" ($50 per user per year only) or "Office 365"...
Feb
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awarded  Scholar
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accepted How does cPanel let me freely choose DocumentRoot for vhosts without restarting Apache?
Feb
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answered How does cPanel let me freely choose DocumentRoot for vhosts without restarting Apache?
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Feb
11
comment How does cPanel let me freely choose DocumentRoot for vhosts without restarting Apache?
@ShaneMadden You are saying to add vhosts in httpd.conf or httpd-vhosts.conf and then restart Apache with USR1 signal. Do you really think it would work? I think, service will have to lose its state to read configuration file.. think if it has thousands of vhosts (making file big).
Feb
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asked How does cPanel let me freely choose DocumentRoot for vhosts without restarting Apache?
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