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  1. If you want to force SSL everyone on your website just add these rules to a .htaccess file the htdocs (www) root of your webserver. Hint: This also works on subdomains, just put it in the root of the folder at which the subdomain is pointed to.
  2. I have another company that is hiring for their customer support team. This is an immediate availability. This is a weekday work schedule with working hours of 23:00 - 07:00 GMT. Some weekend work will happen as the team shares the weekend workload. Pay will be once per month and compensation will depend on your experience level. You must be a native English speaker. What should you know how to do? Apache, DNS, iptables, Linux, PHP, etc. L3 / L4 / L7 basics General technology skills and experience with web technologies Experience with game servers is a big plus If you are interested in this position and believe you are qualified, please send me a private message and attach your resume / CV. Please also attach or write in said message, a brief lead in cover letter telling me why you are a good fit for this position. All resumes and details are held in confidence. Your info will only be forwarded to the hiring company when they state an interest from my submitted notes. I try to inform applicants of the position status and keep things as active on both ends as possible.
  3. Hey everyone. Long story short i installed Centos web panel. Its amazing so far. This is my second time installing it as i messed something up the first time, first time i was able to change the apache template in each directory itself and it would change. Now i cant...I followed http://forum.centos-webpanel.com/apache/default-page-displayed-for-all-domains/ didnt work. First time around i followed http://www.servermom.org/basic-configuration-centos-web-panel/2009/ and http://www.servermom.org/activate-varnish-cache-server-cwp/2021/ and it worked. I went through it again. Didnt work this time. In my logs though it says: File does not exist: /var/www/html/search Directory index forbidden by Options directive: /var/www/html/ File does not exist: /var/www/html/search File does not exist: /var/www/html/albums Directory index forbidden by Options directive: /var/www/html/ I looked, it doesnt exist. Im lost on what to do here.
  4. The battle you've been waiting for! We just released a couple of new benchmarks (small static files) for LiteSpeed Enterprise, OpenLiteSpeed, nginx, Apache 2.2 prefork, and Apache 2.4 event MPM. Enterprise and OpenLiteSpeed whipped everyone else, of course. Summary blog post Small static file benchmark Small static file (HTTPS) benchmark These are just the first in a series of tests we're releasing. (Small PHP files should be soon behind.) We really want to hear feedback on these tests. Do you not believe them? Do you have issues with our configurations? What happened with Apache 2.4 with event MPM? What do you think? What kinds of benchmarks do you want to see? Looking forward to it. m
  5. In general Apache is known to consume much more memory than Nginx. But I keep coming across comments like "if configured properly Apache works fine too". so I am looking for how to optimize Apache on a 128MB VPS and yet handle as much traffic possible. It will also be useful if you can provide any stats from a lowend apache server you might have. Note: I am already using Nginx as my default webserver and trying to see if I can get Apache too working for my needs.
  6. Let's say you're not limited by resources and you purely want the best performance and security from your web server. On a small VPS you may be restricted to utilizing Nginx, for example, as it's more lightweight than Apache out of the box. But, can Apache perform just as well when given proper time and resources? What about lighttpd and litespeed? Hell, does anyone use Cherokee anymore? (It's actually kind of neat) So, imagine you aren't constrained on resources and you're setting up a server to host a busy site. Which web server do you choose, and why?
  7. Not sure if this would be of any use to people who do this day in and day out, but for me it saves a few minutes when setting up a new domain on a server. Two files, one the script and one the blank template that is used to create the entry to sites-available. Stick 'template' in /etc/apache2/sites-available: <VirtualHost *:80> ServerName www.DOMAIN ServerAlias DOMAIN # Indexes + Directory Root. DirectoryIndex index.html index.htm index.php DocumentRoot /home/DOMAIN/htdocs/ # CGI Directory ScriptAlias /cgi-bin/ /home/DOMAIN/cgi-bin/ <Location /cgi-bin> Options +ExecCGI </Location> # Logfiles ErrorLog /home/logs/DOMAIN-error.log CustomLog /home/logs/DOMAIN-access.log combined </VirtualHost> Stick the script 'create.sh' anywhere you want: #!/bin/bash clear echo "Domain name to set up: " read domainname cd /etc/apache2/sites-available clear sed s/DOMAIN/$domainname/g template > $domainname if [ ! -d "/home/logs" ]; then mkdir /home/logs fi mkdir /home/$domainname mkdir /home/$domainname/htdocs mkdir /home/$domainname/cgi-bin touch /home/$domainname/htdocs/index.html chown -R www-data.www-data /home/$domainname a2ensite $domainname service apache2 restart Like I said, its simple and is a starting point to get a domain up quickly. You can then add on whatever bits you need to after. In the script the group/user is set to www-data but set that to whatever you want. Apologies if the code is a little suspect, I am new to bash scripting so playing and learning at the same time! FB