This configures the storage type of the global/inter-process SSL Session Cache. This cache is an optional facility which speeds up parallel request processing. For requests to the same server process (via HTTP keep-alive), OpenSSL already caches the SSL session information locally. But because modern clients request inlined images and other data via parallel requests (usually up to four parallel requests are common) those requests are served by different pre-forked server processes. Here an inter-process cache helps to avoid unnecessary session handshakes.
Ex.: SSLSessionCache shm:/usr/local/apache/logs/ssl_gcache_data(32000)
Or via Memcached (but this requires Apache v2.4) :
Replace libmysql by mysqlnd
(two command lines)
Huge memory savings on read-only queries.
More info at http://slideshare.net/jpauli/mysqlnd22 votes
Please allow users to use Apache Subversion on hosting.2 votes
The only way to tell if a cron job has failed is to log in to the console and type mail.
It would be great if these where emailed much like the DenyHosts Messages are.24 votes
In the New Cron Feature if you run a Cron Task it will not run under the correct Directory for that User. So Includes and Requires Fail.
This can be fixed by placing a
cd /home/12953-3963.cloudways…pps.com/username/public_html &&
in front of the php /scripttorun
So a completed version would be
50 6 * * * cd /home/12953-3963.cloudwaysapps.com/username/public_html && php /home/12953-3963.cloudwaysapps.com/username/public_html/nightly.php1 vote
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