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comment Is it possible for two hostnames share the same IP address?
Do browsers/network stacks typically try the first address received? Or will they try a random one? Would it make sense to randomize the order IPs are returned by your DNS server to try to balance the load?
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comment What could increase the consumed server memory amount when just upgrade the RAM?
The same thing happens on Linux—linuxatemyram.com applies here too :).
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comment Best way to go about changing a root password on 3000+ Solaris, AIX, and Linux servers?
@DennisKaarsemaker why is that safer?
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comment Why Not Serve an Entire Site from a CDN?
In addition to the security aspect, allowing you to run dynamic content would massively increase the amount of CPU resources needed. The servers used by CDNs typically have lots of memory and disk space, but not very powerful CPUs, since all they're doing is serving files. They would need a completely different machine configuration if they were to permit you to run code.
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comment Give PHP a fake request URL and protocol with Apache2 and mod_php
@KristvanBesien yes, unfortunately. Not all CMSes return relative URLs all the time (also note that, for example, the Location HTTP header is only supposed to return absolute URLs per the RFC). Additionally, not all support a "site URL" or support it completely (e.g. Joomla).
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