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Apr
19
comment Run http server behind proxy
I should have been more clear, this is why I used SSH to get the proxy connection: link to article . And yes, that's exactly what I'm trying to do.
Apr
19
comment Run http server behind proxy
I already tried mod_proxy. I set up an ssh connection to the proxy server in Daemon mode using port 5555, and then added ProxyPass / http://localhost:5555 to the config, but it didn't do anything.
Apr
19
awarded  Commentator
Apr
19
comment Run http server behind proxy
This isn't an answer to my question ;O
Apr
19
asked Run http server behind proxy
Apr
13
comment Easy fix for unmet dependecies
I'm happy as long as I'm not spending more time on it than I have to. Which I apparently am not, thanks!
Apr
13
accepted Easy fix for unmet dependecies
Apr
13
comment Easy fix for unmet dependecies
@JannePikkarainen Actually, I used the dotdeb-stable repo. I guess that supports debian-squeeze only... Am I to understand that if an error like this ever occurs, and it can't fix itself, it's always due to an incompatibility like that? Because otherwise I guess I just used a bad example.
Apr
13
asked Easy fix for unmet dependecies
Apr
5
asked No internet access on VPN
Oct
27
comment One http request takes 200% CPU
Even after disabling all vhosts, meaning all pages default to the lighttpd placeholder page, the problem still occurs. Which is weird because no PHP scripts can even be reached through any url redirecting to my server's IP.
Oct
27
comment One http request takes 200% CPU
I didn't know this website is for people with a minimum amount of experience under their belt. I did not know a logging application could not produce this problem, for all I knew such an application could in fact increase a php-cgi's script memory usage.
Oct
27
comment One http request takes 200% CPU
There is no load. These websites are all new and receive virtually no visitors whatsoever, yet still this problem occurs right after boot. I aksed this question prior to trying to find a script causing issues, because it may well have been a logging app or something similar I was not aware of. Frankly, I don't understand all of the downvotes. I'll try to zone in on the issue now.
Oct
27
comment One http request takes 200% CPU
I provied a sreenshot of my rcconf in hopes someone would simply spot some logging utility that eats alot of memory, but I had to post it as a link because of < 10 rep... sorry. It made sense to me because the problem occurs right after booting the server.
Oct
27
comment One http request takes 200% CPU
If I disable my vhosts one by one, will I reach the one causing issues?
Oct
27
asked One http request takes 200% CPU
Oct
27
accepted PPTP works on Debian 6.0 but not Debian 5.0 or CentOS?
Oct
27
answered PPTP works on Debian 6.0 but not Debian 5.0 or CentOS?
Jul
27
awarded  Tumbleweed
Jul
18
revised PPTP works on Debian 6.0 but not Debian 5.0 or CentOS?
Update2 (had to remove image again to post)