apache 2

Now, mod_fastcgi is configured and running. FastCGI supports connection via UNIX sockets or TCP/IP networking. This is useful to spread load among various backends. For example, php will be severed from 192.168.1.10 and python / ruby on rails will be severed from 192.168.1.11. This is only possible with mod_fastcgi.

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Gzip compression reduces response times by reducing the size of the HTTP response. This document describes gzipping http traffic which can reduces the response size by about 70%. Approximately 90% of today’s Internet traffic travels through browsers that claim to support compression.

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Recently, I noticed something strange about Apache 2.2.3 version running on CentOS Linux 5 64 bit version. We have centralized NFS server and all 3 web server load balanced using hardware front end (another box running LVS). All Apache server picks up file via NFS i.e DocumentRoot is set over NFS. The small file such […]

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Some vulnerabilities have been reported in APR-util, which can be exploited by malicious users and malicious people to cause a DoS (Denial of Service) – CVE-2009-1955, CVE-2009-1956, CVE-2009-0023 fix.

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Recently I have noticed that my Apache error log file shows it is generating segmentation faults. After doing little research I came to know that there is not simple solution to find of causes of this problem. I got an error that read as follows: [Mon May 8 11:20:09 2006] [notice] Apache/2 (WebAppBETA) child pid […]

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