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


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.” - 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 - 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