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This script allows you to monitor a list of applications each running on servers in different environments. For example, these can be webservers: apache/nginx/etc., application servers: tomcat/nodejs/IIS/etc., database servers: mysql/oracle/etc., or...
0 134 posted 6 years ago by deanhouseholder
It can be useful to take a peek at what Apache is doing but I always forget the location of the Apache logs so I can use tail.
0 59 posted 8 years ago by inreflection7
Now I've written it down maybe I'll remember it...
0 49 posted 8 years ago by tregeagle
Syntax check for Red hat / Centos
0 68 posted 9 years ago by hamsterbacke82
Add an Apache virtual host via command line. Run as ./create mysite.domain.com
0 50 posted 9 years ago by theriddlebrothers
Returns a list of the number of connections by IP.
0 91 posted 9 years ago by klovera
0 54 posted 9 years ago by therobot
0 60 posted 10 years ago by davidrinnan
Estou considerando que você irá alterar [DOMINIO] para o nome correto de seu certificado. Em servidores sem cpanel logo, após a instalação convencional do SSL é requerido senha sempre que o apache é iniciado. Para contornar isso:
0 79 posted 10 years ago by gpupo
1 50 posted 10 years ago by yuraji
0 42 posted 10 years ago by danshields
drop the prefix fields and sort , profile by type
0 94 posted 11 years ago by rowntreerob
http://www.debian-administration.org/articles/207
0 46 posted 11 years ago by randyjhunt
daily hits on the youtube.video helper methods in 'utility' cls only on //ads
0 61 posted 11 years ago by rowntreerob
1 61 posted 11 years ago by alexaivars
This is the command to re-enable apache after you disabled it.
0 38 posted 11 years ago by bhubbard
A small script that sets up a new VirtualHost with Apache and adds an entry for the site to your hosts file. You need to adjust the paths to your needs. Must be run as root.
0 66 posted 11 years ago by ping_ch
1 52 posted 11 years ago by burnsra
Example: ln -s /usr/local/apache/logs ./logs
3 129 posted 11 years ago by jonhenshaw
When Apache under OS X throws 'Forbidden' errors on files under the ~/Sites path, and the error log report 'Permission denied: access to /somefile/blah failed because search permissions are missing on a component of the path', check a missing Other E...
1 82 posted 12 years ago by cczona
Good info here too: http://www.ilisys.com.au/support/linux-password-protect/
2 200 posted 12 years ago by jonhenshaw
Enter this command in Terminal to restart Apache. Especially useful after you've made changes to the hosts file.
2 78 posted 13 years ago by jonhenshaw
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