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CTO at InvGate, all-around geek.


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comment apache webserver unresponsive with server-status showing all child processes waiting for connection
I am experiencing a similar issue as well, any ideas?
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comment Hosting your own domain name without third party involvement
@Potenza So yes, you can propagate your own DNS servers to the TLDs instead of using your registrars'.
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comment Hosting your own domain name without third party involvement
@joeqwerty That actually what I wrote above, registrars typically offer free DNS hosting with your domain, but that's just added service and not their main function.
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comment Hosting your own domain name without third party involvement
@Potenza That's not possible because you have to go through an authoritative server for your TLD at the very least. Root DNS servers only resolve the root zone and TLDs according to Wikipedia: en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Root_name_server
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answered Hosting your own domain name without third party involvement
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revised Does each subdomain need it's own SSL certificate?
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comment Apache MOD_REWRITE for subdomain
You can technically have the site in blah.com check the referrer and redirect to dev.blah.com if you came from there, but that will probably break a lot of things if you site isn't strictly static.
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answered Apache MOD_REWRITE for subdomain
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comment NTLM through proxy server
It should work over chained proxies as it's just doing a TCP socket passthrough. It will create a ton of connections though as the nature of NTLM auth needs an open socket for each client (hence normal proxying doesn't work).