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Oct
30
accepted SSL on local sub-domain and sub-sub-domain
Oct
26
answered SSL on local sub-domain and sub-sub-domain
Oct
26
comment SSL on local sub-domain and sub-sub-domain
Sorry, forgot to add that part to the code. I do have NameVirtualHost *:443 at the top of the file, right after NameVirtualHost *:80
Oct
26
comment How to redirect traffic to http
Doesn't work either. I've opted for a redirect from my application for now, because I needed something fast, but I'd still be open for a htaccess redirect if it's possible.
Oct
26
asked SSL on local sub-domain and sub-sub-domain
Oct
15
asked How to redirect traffic to http
Sep
11
comment Configuring Postfix with other SMTP provider
Exactly what I did. Very straight-forward :) Thanks!
Sep
10
accepted Configuring Postfix with other SMTP provider
Sep
10
comment Configuring Postfix with other SMTP provider
Thanks. I got about the same thing at docs.sendgrid.com/documentation/get-started/integrate/examples/… and I just needed to copy paste it and it worked. It's basically the same thing you said, so I'm going to accept your answer in about 5 minutes :)
Sep
10
asked Configuring Postfix with other SMTP provider
Sep
4
comment *Simple* way to block DDoS by number of requests
Thanks, will benchmark all of these and will decide on one.
Sep
4
accepted *Simple* way to block DDoS by number of requests
Sep
4
comment *Simple* way to block DDoS by number of requests
Isn't there an option in iptables to only block the requests for 10 minutes, until the attacker gets bored and goes away?
Sep
4
comment *Simple* way to block DDoS by number of requests
I see. And do I have to run these commands from time to time, like in a cron job, or do they start as services?
Sep
4
asked *Simple* way to block DDoS by number of requests
Aug
20
awarded  Autobiographer
Aug
4
accepted Mount /etc/fstab at startup
Aug
3
accepted Get varnishlog to log only 503 errors into file
Aug
3
comment Get varnishlog to log only 503 errors into file
Editing /etc/init.d/varnishlog had no effect (still logged all hits). Tried nohup, logged in again and it's still in the process list, so I'm guessing it worked. Thanks!
Aug
3
asked Get varnishlog to log only 503 errors into file