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Oct
8
answered IIS 7 - Disable a handler mapping
Sep
24
awarded  Autobiographer
Dec
23
revised yslow says etags are misconfigured. how to configure etags properly on IIS7?
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Dec
23
comment yslow says etags are misconfigured. how to configure etags properly on IIS7?
@TomGullen check my answer (below) - serverfault.com/a/528346/78230
Dec
23
comment yslow says etags are misconfigured. how to configure etags properly on IIS7?
This answer is no longer correct/relevant. You can change ETags in iis 7+ by adding an outbound rule as seen in my answer serverfault.com/a/528346/78230
Aug
2
revised yslow says etags are misconfigured. how to configure etags properly on IIS7?
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Aug
2
answered yslow says etags are misconfigured. how to configure etags properly on IIS7?
Oct
3
awarded  Excavator
Oct
3
revised MySQL show table status always returns Data_free 17825792
added a bit of explanation that optimize table on an innodb table could take quite a long time and that there are many factors to consider before just running such a command
Oct
3
suggested suggested edit on MySQL show table status always returns Data_free 17825792
Apr
13
awarded  Yearling
Jan
26
comment Can I nohup/screen an already-started process?
You could still do this, just after you'd have to disown -h: stackoverflow.com/a/625436/705198
Sep
21
awarded  Citizen Patrol
Sep
11
answered Snow Leopard Hangs when Using OpenLDAP on Linux for Authentication
Jun
13
awarded  Supporter
Jun
13
comment Supervisor HTTP Server Port Issue
run a find / -name supervisor.sock before you run unlink - on debian systems it sits in /var/run/, but your unlink solution worked for me
Apr
15
awarded  Editor
Apr
15
revised How do you make a website with multiple bindings redirect to one of the bindings?
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Apr
15
comment Running Tomcat6 on port 80 on Ubuntu LTS 10.04.2
aasukusuki: I end up running apache as mpm_worker because of that reason.
Apr
15
comment Kids + older computers + our network at the office: Security risk?
If you have a 4 port switch, and your router/dhcp/firewall box plugged in to the same cable modem - I'm assuming your cable modem is also functioning as a router (unless you have 5 IP's from your ISP). If this is the case, more than likely any malware that would scan for additional computers to spread to would be stopped at your firewall/router. If you wanted to be safe, you could throw in an ACL on your firewall/router that explicitly blocked traffic from the "fun subnet". 'deny to/from 192.168.1.0/24 allow to/from all' something along those lines depending on your firewall's syntax