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So, in my testing, nginx $request_time logging does reflect delay due to rate limiting. Client: wrk --timeout 20s -d 20 -t 79 -c 80 https://zapazoid.vistashare.net/Static/jquery.jnotify-1.1.min.js Config: nodelay removed from static rate limiting, and rate limit to 1r/s, burst set to 80r/s. Test Results: ❯ wrk --timeout 20s -d 20 -t 79 -c 80 https://...


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This is not the final list of all possible cases. The ones are missing include at least: Something broke somewhere in the Internet. Those usually last few minutes and self-heal (after new routes are fully established), everyone is happy and nobody remembers the site wasn't working ten minutes ago. The problem on the user's ISP side. Sometimes it happens ...


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You need to add a subdomain doom.myteams.example.net to your DNS, which points to the IP address of your server. After that, opening https://doom.myteams.example.net will get your request to the correct virtual host. If you want this to be available for one computer only, you can edit /etc/hosts (*nix) or C:\Windows\System32\drivers\etc\hosts (Windows) and ...


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You don't. You can't set HTTP headers as part of URL, it's not the way it works. At best you may be able to use a browser plugin to add/set arbitrary HTTP headers, but that will depend on the browser you are using. And will be a one off test/development option. The Host variable needs to match the host portion of the URL, this is how the Ingress controller ...


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No third party required, you can use PowerShell command Invoke-WebRequest. Example: Invoke-WebRequest http://x.x.x.x/home/abc/ -OutFile test.zip There are additional arguments for adding headers, specifying authentication, and so forth.


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No, it doesn't. There are only some macros you can use in the URL field: Supported macros: {HOST.IP}, {HOST.CONN}, {HOST.DNS}, {HOST.HOST}, {HOST.NAME}, {ITEM.ID}, {ITEM.KEY}, user macros, low-level discovery macros. That's it. I haven't tried it, but the low-level discovery macros sound interesting. If the server ID you get with your first check is ...


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Simple tutorial for HTTP tunneling with SSH I didn't understand the top answers at first glance so I looked for a tutorial. Here's what I learned and achieved. Setup You are on your client machine, that is any computer you can type commands into. You want to connect to a machine called remotehost, while tunneling your traffic through a machine called ...


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A web scenario can't evaluate JSON, it can only check plain text with a regular expression. You could set Required string to this_is_my_name, but that would just check if the string occurs in the answer from the server, no matter where. Depending on the rest of your result and your use case this might work, or it might not. If you want to get a specific ...


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If you want to retrieve a file stored on another server, you will prefer to use a tool like SCP which can get files throught SSH. Curl is commonly used for Web requests. The syntax for SCP is scp myuser@src_server:/home/abc/distantfile.zip ./localfile.zip Graphicly, you can use WinSCP


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I'm not sure what HostEurope mean by 'global', but a certificate binds a name to a public key. Those names, along with the public key, are embedded within the certificate, which the CA then signs as a true statement. Names within certificates are expected to be in the Subject Alternate Name (SAN) extension. It used to be expected in the Subject field, but ...


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SSL certs are issued on either a single-domain, wildcard, or multi-domain basis. We can't see the details of your certificate but it probably is single-domain, or the second domain is not listed in the "Subject Alternative Name" field. Check Stack Exchange's cert. It is a wildcard multi-domain certificate, that's issued to CN = *.stackexchange.com, ...


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I stumbled over the same issue. It seems like the file:/// url is not supported for proxy.pac files. Sadly I have not found any source to confirm this. The workaround I have used is to place your proxy.pac file in a dedicated folder and use the SimpleHTTPServer python module to serve the proxy.pac file. On a shell (or a shell script) run: mkdir proxy-pac-...


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You have to change two things. First, you need to configure the base URL of the kafka-ui container, you can do that using the SERVER_SERVLET_CONTEXT_PATH environment variable. # ... kafka-ui: image: 'provectuslabs/kafka-ui:latest' environment: - KAFKA_CLUSTERS_0_NAME=local - KAFKA_CLUSTERS_0_BOOTSTRAPSERVERS=kafka:9092 - ...


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I found the answer after searching specifically for "apache jpeg cifs share". It is a known bug caused my mmap not working on files on a CIFS share. Solution is to set EnableMMAP off in the apache configuration for all folders on CIFS shares.


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Solved with htpasswd -bc /etc/squid/passwords user password squid.conf auth_param basic program /usr/lib/squid3/basic_ncsa_auth /etc/squid/passwords auth_param basic realm proxy acl authenticated proxy_auth REQUIRED http_access allow authenticated http_port 3128


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