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Is less error misused term if "server REACHED maxclients setting, consider raising the maxclients setting". It is more a notification server administrator is warned that limit has been exceeded "maxclients". It is true that exceeded this limit, leading to instability and automatically Apache problems in functioning web sites [...]
After I installed a LAMP web server (CentOS 5.6 / Apache 2) LAN, we found that although mod_rewrite module is enabled, pages must comply with mod_rewrite rule could not be accessed. "Not Found - The requested URL / was not found rewrite_url.html on this server." Enable mod_rewrite in Apache / 2 (CentOS) Server. [...]
"Hotlinking" or known as the leeching, piggy-backing, direct linking, offsite image grabs is a method by which a web server takes images from other web sites. The more large images and multiple visits on the site that took images is even more traffic and [...]
Some administrators use servers to protect against attacks mod_evasive hosting servers that you manage. Apache module, mod_evasive is a good solution to reject requests coming from multiple sites to web server from an IP in a very short period of time. It is a good protection against flooding. Worst part is that sometimes [...]
If you crossed my mind to download the file error_log (/ usr / local / apache / logs) on a PC with Windows Vista OS, to read it ... how sweet it would be suicide to open it with Microsoft WordPad. Especially if error_log was not cleaned for months, and reached over 230 MB. :) Normal. The best [...]
Lately I have been increasingly forced to use the. Htaccess (file containing definitions Apache) or to filter IPs (controlled access to a web page) or to set the PHP flags. 1. The first thing a person who is interested in working on an online project directly on the server and does not want [...]
htaccesseditor.com, the simplest solution is the most common editing commands to fisiereler. htaccess. Explaining the large file. Htaccess file is an ASCII format (easy to edit in notepad) that communicates with the server (Apache). Improper setting of may affect the proper functioning of the system and / or domains and subdomains [...]