Tag Archive for 'apache'

Is Pylons the Best Python Web Framework?

I’ve been playing with Python for close to two years now. I started out playing with Python when I had a need to develop web applications faster. I was getting rather bored with the additional development time that the thousands of lines of XML and the constant restarting of Tomcat that the Java, Struts, Hibernate, […]

Making WP-Super-Cache gzip compression work

I was pretty excited to see an update to WP-Cache. The first thing I noticed is that when I enabled the new super cache compression option, I started getting a file save as dialog instead of my pages. As of the current version of WP-Super-Cache, the readme.txt file states that if you get this, you […]

How to virtual host load balanced websites with ldirectord and Apache

I posted a while back on getting Heartbeat set up to add reliability to websites. After a few weeks of experience with the system, I thought I’d add a few additional tips on making the setup more reliable. There are already a few good guides on getting heartbeat set up. You could also read my […]



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