I have installed apache 2.4.10 with tomcat-7 as backend .Proxypass has been added in apache to access tomcat via http port .now requirement is to restrict each Context to 100 sessions only , how i need to achieve this .
I'm using Concrete5 CMS to create a website. This CMS creates/manages all its webpages in a mySQL database. Thus, there is no physical folder associated with each webpage, so I can't simply create an .htaccess file and place it in the directory tree in the right sub-folder to restrict access for that sub-folder and all folders it contains.
I have one .htaccess file located at the root level (e.g top-level folder for the website).
QUESTION 1: I need place in this top-level .htaccess file to (1) restrict access to only two specific IP addresses that I can specify (blocking access to all other IP addresses), and (2) specify the URL addresses that I wish to apply this rule to?
We have a screen where users are filling out a form on our website, but if they don't click "submit" before the session-timeout limit, they are logged out and lose their work when they click the button.
So for instance with a timeout of 10 minutes, if it takes 15 minutes to construct their message, the connection will silently time out in the background with no warning.
Is there a way to make Apache respect a keypress/keydown/keyup as "activity", and maintain the session while the user is still typing?
Our server reports that it is using Apache Tomcat/7.0.39
I have small issue with load speed of pages when number of apache running processes goes over +-310, during peak traffic of day. IE: They load really slow.
Here's pic of what I mean:
Only thing that fixes it temporarily (at least until peak traffic ends) is to stop either httpd or mysql for several seconds, as everything cools down, then start it back up. Stop/starting mysql usually has longer terms temporary fix.
Anyway, would you have any ideas on what to configure or change within the system in order to keep the processes under 300?
The load is normal. Even at load 40, pages are blistering fast, as long as processes are under 300. So it's got nothing to do with load.
I would like to know what is the maximum number of Apache connections a Server can handle? Does this depends on the Config of the Server? Is it Possible for a server to handle more than 2500 Active Apache connections without timeout / connection failure / slowness?
I use url http://myurl:8020/ERC to access application and I am able to. But I dont want to use port number in the URL.Would like to access application using http://myurl/ERC . I referred to one of the post and added below entries to httpd.conf file.
ProxyRequests Off ProxyPass /ERC http://myurl:8020/ERC ProxyPassReverse /ERC http://myurl:8020/ERC
But I am still not able to access http://myurl/ERC.LoadModule entries are enabled and I have restarted apache.
I have set up IIS, and have been running a web server for about a month. I want to install FTP and restrict it to certain IPs. When I install the FTP will it erase everything I have set up? Also I want to have the FTP be only accessable from my school. They run active directory. Is it possible to restrict the FTP to this domain? Or maybe to the WAN IP of the school?
How can i restrict my user that always taking high CPU usages..i have linux server with shared hosting and most of the time i suffer that some user takes 10% of our server CPU so that i want to restrict those take high cpu usages..