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Does the load balancer return the response to the client, or does the worker?
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Even when returning, the data must go through the proxy server, as it's the server that holds the TCP connection of the client, and is supposed to send the answer through it. Solution without proxy ...

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Apache out of memory on
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Optimizing memory footprint is usually done by reducing (and limiting) these factors: count of simultaneous Apache processes (I'd recommend switching to prefork MPM, which is kindof more controllable ...

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How to suspend active ssh connection
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you can suspend 'remote' process using the same way like with Ctrl+Z, but you need to do it manually: kill -SIGSTOP $session_pid If you want to "preserve" the connection instead, you might want to ...

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One To One NAT, only works on WAN?
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Your problem is following: Computer 192.168.1.A tries to ping 192.168.1.B. A is physically on the network, B is meant to be 1:1 natted to 192.168.2.C Kernel determines that the 192.168.1.B IP should ...

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QoS configuration for a medium ISP
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For guarantees and fair division, HFSC scheduler (ported from BSD's altq to linux) is a great thing. (at least it's not as clumsy and buckety as HTB.) Regrettably, setting up any traffic shaping in ...

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Apache: orphaned fcgi php processes
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I had a similar problem that fcgid ran out of available process slots after some period of activity. The log message was roughly: [fcgid:warn] mod_fcgid: can't apply process slot for /var/www/cgi-...

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thttpd: Daemon exiting, I don't know why
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Watching it through gdb or at least attaching strace to it (strace -p [daemon pid] ) would probably tell you more about how it dies - at least some information about whether it crashes, is killed, or ...

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mysql INNODB inserts very slow
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Well, my first guess is that your InnoDB is probably broken. You can check whether there aren't any triggers that would do slow operation on insert processes going on that would lock the table ...

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