x86:64/latest/All/ OK, but is it a way to download also all the. For downloading 64 bit packages, I use: http://pkg.
Keep alive requests are a lot faster and more efficient then having the client make 80 individual TCP connections. So, lets say I have a web site and the average amount of objects (pictures, css. Keepalive_requests are the number of requests which can be made over a keep-alive connection. You always want to put a limit on clients in case a malicious user attacks your site. If you set keepalive_requests to 20 like in our example above that would give a client 80 objects to request through those 4 connections. Why not just set keepalive_requests really high. ) is 20 per page. If a client makes 4 connections to your server (Firefox’s default is 4 initial connections for example) they have 4 keepalive channels. Remember keepalive_requests at 20 times 4 connections was 80 requests total. Lets also say that the average browser looks at 2 pages in 300 seconds (5 minutes). Try to set your keepalive_requests high enough so that a browser can request at least double what an average user requests in 300 seconds (keepalive_timeout 300 300;). You may want to keep keepalive_requests set at 20 as this would serve 2 pages times 20 objects which equals 40 requests in 300 seconds easily.
Smaller files mean less bandwidth used and less time to transmit the same amount of data. TXT and BMP files on the other hand compress well at an average of 250% smaller. This makes your site “feel” significantly faster. Gzip_types text/plain text/html text/css image/bmp are the only files types to be compressed. For example, JPG’s are already compressed so it would be useless for us to try to compress them again.
This means the max size of our compressed responses can be no larger than 16*8= 128 kilobytes. The single buffer size of 8K can not be increased. By default Nginx limits compressed responses to 4*8k= 32 kilobytes. Gzip_buffers allows 16 slots of 8k buffers used to respond to clients with a gzip’d response. If you expect to return responses which compressed size is more than 32KB in size then increase the number of buffers (e.
This tutorial will cover some initial configurations you need to perform on a fresh installed FreeBSD and some basics on how to manage FreeBSD from commandline.
If your server sits idle most of the day it is better to increase worker_processes and reduce worker_connections. The reason is worker_connections will recycle and clean up better and you will not run into possible serial issues. However, if the server is consistently busy you should increase worker_connections and reduce worker_processes so the server is not trying to do garbage college too fast or too soon.
Once registered with the NameCheap site, find the SSL section and ask to issue a new certificate or re-issue your current cert. Once your email address has been verified you will be brought to a page where you will cut and paste your certificate signing request (CSR) into the web page box.
Please consider installing the sysutils/bsdstats package, which collects . The FreeBSD installer can be downloaded in a number of different formats including.
A zone size of 1M can handle 32000 sessions at a default size of 32 bytes/session. We thought this was a good name due to Nginx’s country of origin combined with the purpose of this directive. You can increase the size of the “gulag” table from 1 megabyte if you need to. You can also change the name of the table we called “gulag” to any string you want.
Conf for the nameserver to use. There are two different sorts of DNS queries that can be sent, distinguished by a bit called Recursion Desired (RD). Recursive queries, where this bit is set, are normally sent by application programs, using the routines in system libraries like gethostbyname(3). These will typically be sent to a server whose address is found by checking /etc/resolv. The answer to a recursive query should be the final answer to the question, or a firm statement that the answer couldn’t be found. A recursive query asks the server to do whatever needs to be done to find the answer, including recursively inquiring of whatever other servers it must to track down the answer, hence the name.
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If you have an issue with Tox and you installed Tox using an AUR package, please compile that package from source before filing a bug report. If the issue appears to be on the Arch maintainer’s side (eg: compiles from source fine, but the PKGBUILD fails), please contact the package maintainer and let them know.