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Apr
20
revised Constantly have to reload PHP-FPM
Typo (+ WordPress case to meet the 6 char minimum edit)
Apr
19
suggested approved edit on Constantly have to reload PHP-FPM
Apr
5
accepted Why can't I create micro instances on Google Compute Engine?
Apr
5
comment Why can't I create micro instances on Google Compute Engine?
@Faizan Thanks!
Mar
31
comment Why can't I create micro instances on Google Compute Engine?
@Faizan Thanks, I've added an answer here as well for anyone stumbling on this question.
Mar
31
answered Why can't I create micro instances on Google Compute Engine?
Mar
31
comment Google Compute Engine Quickstart
Same problem here. Please vote for the bug to be fixed!
Mar
31
comment Why can't I create micro instances on Google Compute Engine?
@LukeP I just reported the bug, please vote for it!
Mar
31
comment Why can't I create micro instances on Google Compute Engine?
Ow, just noticed that other people are having the same issue. I think I'd better open a bug with Google, but I'm not sure I can contact them without buying a support plan.
Mar
31
asked Why can't I create micro instances on Google Compute Engine?
Mar
24
awarded  Benefactor
Mar
24
comment How to hash based on host + path in Varnish?
Thanks for your updated answer, I'll need to test your suggestions before accepting it, in the meantime, enjoy the bounty!
Mar
24
revised Issue with maximum row size in MySQL
Removed thanks
Mar
23
suggested approved edit on Issue with maximum row size in MySQL
Mar
19
comment How to hash based on host + path in Varnish?
At the moment I'm running 4.1!
Mar
19
comment How to hash based on host + path in Varnish?
I'm afraid the QueryString vmod doesn't support Varnish 4 at the moment. Also, I would be grateful if you could provide a turnkey configuration to match my requirements, i.e. what to put in req.backend_hint!
Mar
17
comment Is it possible to run varnish with both memory and disk storage?
Note that you could actually do the opposite: use only the file backend, and rely on Linux's disk caching that uses all available memory by default. Yes, you're always writing to disk (which may be an issue if you're not using SSDs), but when reading multiple times the same files, you'll read a lot from memory only.
Mar
17
awarded  Promoter
Feb
8
revised Disable hyperthreading from within Linux (no access to BIOS)
Remove regards
Feb
8
asked How to hash based on host + path in Varnish?