Barry Frost

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Tagged #apache

GoAccess

GoAccess is an open source real-time web log analyzer and interactive viewer that runs in a terminal in *nix systems.

phanan/htaccess

A collection of useful .htaccess snippets

Stupid htaccess Tricks

Ninja .htaccess

Krok uses some very smart .htaccess rules

Ubuntu 8.04 Server 64-bit VPS with Apache 2.2, Tomcat 6.0 and Railo 3.1

Fast, authenticated file downloads with rails, apache and xsendfile

Deliver protected assets without passing through the application. Uses mod_xsendfile and a Ruby gem

Apache UIMA

“Unstructured Information Management applications are software systems that analyze large volumes of unstructured information in order to discover knowledge that is relevant to an end user.”

Steve.org.uk - asql - Apache SQL querying

Analyse log files using SQL via SQLLite

WebDAV on Apache

Configuring WebDAV in Apache guide. Handy for iCal

28 mod_rails / Passenger Resources To Help You Deploy Rails Applications Faster

Ask Your Doctor About mod_rails

More Passenger advocacy

Using Passenger on OSX for Rails development

AKA mod_rails

Time For A Grown-Up Server: Rails, Mongrel, Apache, Capistrano and You

mod_rewrite Cookbook

Several very handy recipes

macosxhints.com - How to create a secure (HTTPS) OS X webserver

Redirect To SSL Using Apache’s .htaccess

glTail.rb - realtime logfile visualization

Watches logfiles (Apache, Rails, IIS, MySQL, etc.) and displays pretty effects

Run CF7 and CF8 side-by-side with the same Apache server

caboose Scale rails from one box to three, four and five

Recommendations on how to scale (Rais) apps from tiny to large

5 htaccess Tricks Every Webmaster Should Know