Webserver

Mar 282008
 

Vlogger is a little piece of code borned to handle dealing with large amounts of virtualhost logs. It's bad news that apache can't do this on its own. Vlogger takes piped input from apache, splits it off to separate files based on the first field. It uses a file handle cache so it can't run out of file descriptors. It will also start a new logfile every night at midnight, and maintain a symlink to the most recent file. For security, it can drop privileges and do a chroot to the logs directory.

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Mar 072008
 

Vlogger is a little piece of code borned to handle dealing with large amounts of virtualhost logs. It's bad news that apache can't do this on its own. Vlogger takes piped input from apache, splits it off to separate files based on the first field. It uses a file handle cache so it can't run out of file descriptors. It will also start a new logfile every night at midnight, and maintain a symlink to the most recent file. For security, it can drop privileges and do a chroot to the logs directory.

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Feb 022008
 

ehcp is a new Hosting Control Panel in Linux world. Although it is in beta stage, its basic functions are well functioning. it operates strongly with debian/ubuntu"s apt-get package manager..

it differs from other control panels, or even other opensource panels that, ehcp is the first and only: opensource,full php, object oriented, gpl, free hosting control panel on the earth !

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 Posted by at 11:35 am
Nov 272007
 

Apache Tomcat is a web container, or application server developed at the Apache Software Foundation (ASF). Tomcat implements the servlet and the JavaServer Pages (JSP) specifications from Sun Microsystems, providing an environment for Java code to run in cooperation with a web server. It adds tools for configuration and management but can also be configured by editing configuration files that are normally XML-formatted. Tomcat includes its own internal HTTP server.

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