Activity tagged “apache”
WebserviceApi - moddims - mod_dims API and configuration documentation. - Project Hosting on Google Code
Apache module to dynamically resize images with ImageMagic. I wrote a similar tool once as a lighttpd 404 handler, which was a hack; this is the tool I wish I'd had then.
Nice technique for lightweight WSGI apps without needing to touch your Apache conf after the initial setup. I'd like to do something like this for my personal site so that it's easier to deploy quick & dirty apps.
A Solr addon for doing geographic searches. Must investigate further.
Read Apache logs into a sqlite database.
Ben Lauire shows how to build a minimal httpd.conf from scratch. Like him, I've always hated the bloated default conf files shipped with most distros; it's good to have a “voice of authority” back me up.
Another load balancer; heard good things about this one.
Great writeup of *why* expat can cause mod_python to segfault. The mod_php + mod_python crashes that some Djangonauts see happen for exactly the same reason, so the debugging advice here is useful there, as well.
From the horse's mouth, the best practices for distributing Lucene indexes.
How to correctly distribute a Lucene index.
Attempting to build an open-source clone of Google. Yes, you read that right.
Lucene as a search server. XML/JSON APIs, web administration interface. Java servlets (yech), but probably a lot easier than PyLucene.
Lingerd is a daemon (service) designed to take over the job of properly closing network connections from an http server like Apache.
“Since 1996, Yahoo has been running Apache HTTP Server on thousands of servers and serving billions of requests a day. This session reveals the secrets of how Yahoo gets maximum performance out of minimal hardware…”