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comment best solution for php application hosting?
Certainly, it could be cheaper in specific scenarios, but as a general answer, cloud is and will always be more expensive as you are adding extra features and services on top.
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comment Nginx Server Block Config
Have you checked the error log?
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comment Configure FTP access to CentOS VM on Azure
Checked firewall?
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comment Apache2 100 seconds timeout
Indirect approach, but have you tried just doing grep -R "100" . to see all places where 100 exists if you are certain of 100seconds?
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comment Percona MySQL and my.cnf (Ubuntu 12.04)
If it fails to start, doesn't it tell you why...?
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comment Wordpress and Apache crashing MySql (CLOSE_WAIT)
@Sonique If a bot request to some php file causes a lot of close_waits, then it's possible you're under an attack with slowloris method. Or you have a bad program. Or bad setting. Or all of the above. But ultimately, you aren't managing your memory very well. That makes it vulnerable to attacks and prone to instability. It's possible to diagnose an outright bad setting by having you post your apache, php & mysql configs, but others are not something feasible to discuss to a solution over a forum. I'd suggesting hiring a professional.
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comment NGINX: How to proxy http(s) traffic to one server and ws(s) traffic to another?
@Dimitar if you are ultimately trying to set up two different services under same port and host, ideal environment can't be achieved because you are trying to overload a single interface. There is a variable called $server_protocol and you can use if statements to separate it. However, if statement is not recommended. wiki.nginx.org/IfIsEvil | If you set a separate host or port, you can simply setup a separate server {} block to handle each of them.
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comment Wordpress and Apache crashing MySql (CLOSE_WAIT)
@Sonique Just because you have 0 active visitors right now doesn't mean apache will suddenly release all resources. It only means it'll stop demanding new ones. I suspect your apache has other problematic configuration as well. But first thing you need is to reconfigure your apache and restart apache so that it's at a fresh state rather than the current state which hogs all the resources. It will not let go of them unless you restart right now.
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comment Wordpress and Apache crashing MySql (CLOSE_WAIT)
You cut out the most important part of a top output, ie the top part of it. Please post that as well.
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answered NGINX: How to proxy http(s) traffic to one server and ws(s) traffic to another?
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comment nginx - Load Balancer - Considerable lag when upstream node is offline/down
Would you consider simply updating nginx? It sounds like it's not behaving as it should and many performance improvements have been made since.
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