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For Apache 2.2 you should use: <Proxy *> Order Deny,Allow Deny from all Allow from x.x.x.x </Proxy> ProxyPass / http://yoursite.com/ ProxyPassReverse / http://yoursite.com/ For Apache 2.4 you should use: <Proxy *> Require ip x.x.x.x </Proxy> ProxyPass / http://yoursite.com/ ProxyPassReverse / http://yoursite.com/...


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This looks like the openssl header files can be found for configure and compile but not the biggest nary/compiled libraries at like link time. Possibly You possible pointet to the headers of openssl and configure or make was able to detect them in that non default location, but You never compiled binaries or do not have them in a path the linker is going ...


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Rather than Apache's proxy_pass directive use a mod_rewrite rule. The mod_rewrite [P | proxy] target provides similar functionality as Apache's proxy_pass directive. I.e. something along the lines of: (un-tested and probably not immediately suitable for your purposes) RewriteCond %{HTTP_COOKIE} cookiename=([^;]+) [NC] RewriteRule "/foo/bar/(.*)$" "http://...


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Is it possible that those long polling requests (or whatever is generating those requests against your server) are not closing their connections properly after their work is finished? Or more likely to open new connections instead implementing long-polling properly? As theoretically if your long polling works as it should there should be no more than 200 ...


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After adding DirectoryIndex index.php The error Got error 'Primary script unknown\n' Means that index.php can't be found in /var/www/roundcubemail are you sure that it is there ? For roundcube it is a good practise to use the public_html folder to keep sensitive files out of reach, so your index.php might be there instead.


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