The default HAPROXY install will will not log to a file…
If you know your schema, you can just query it MySQL’s client.
Not fancy, but it works for me every time.
I needed to have cache on “/” based on the user’s IP, but based on the full URL when parameters were passed.
Want to see how your enterprise CDN looks like?
Want to see the IP of the server at login prompt?
Some of your servers have issues contacting a URL from time to time? We can add a cronjob with a BASH script to keep track of it.
You can’t login to the web interface of the CIMC? This might solve your issue.
Ups! “(gnome-ssh-askpass:14185): Gtk-WARNING **: cannot open display”
What is that line log saying? Whats that Unix timestamp I see?
A tale of hotlinking and no money to develop tokenization.
Your site has an “archive” where you see all of today’s post and all previous ones, with an URL like “http://example.com/archive/2014/01/31” - its dynamic and it performs badly…
JW Player 5 uses a method to deliver the best video quality for your computer (or device) that may sometimes be counterproductive.
JW has an API that allows you to have many actions in response to the player events. Google analytics also provides a great API, is probably the best and least expensive way of tracking these events.
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