#apache - Wed 28 Mar 2007 between 18:15 and 18:24

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devhenChris62vw: with this header: Cache-Control: max-age=2592000
do you know if that is in seconds ?
nombrecinqok who knows lots about SSL?
suppose i have an SSL certificate and a webstore on a domain
Chris62vwdevhen, I think so...
Zalamandernombrecinq measured how?
Chris62vwdevhen, I imagine apache takes stuff like "ExpiresByType image/gif "access plus 1 month"" and turns 1 month into x seconds
devhenChris62vw: appears that way... 2592000 sec's would be 30 days.
nombrecinqand then i move to a new server...
Chris62vwbingo
fajitaand bingo was his name-o.
devhenChris62vw: yeah
dynizhey can someone help me real quick..i keep getting really weird requests from retarded bots to my site..they arent requesting pages on my site..its more like pages on other sites but through mine...
Location http://meneame.wikispaces.com/page/history/Sugerencias?o=20&token=fb657607e97944368fc374d90c31eb52
nombrecinqcan i just move the old SSL cert and use it when i move the domain?
dynizhow can i ban traffic like this?
Mustang_MattIs there a way to have APC cache per virtualhost instead of per apache instance?
Zalamandernombrecinq yes, should work fine
nombrecinq so long as the domain name is the same, that is
nombrecinqZalamander: so what if i need to use a new store on the new server, but i don't want to transfer the domain yet?
like say i plan on using the IP
as a "backup" store for a big event
Zalamandernombrecinq you can use a self-signed certificate while developing. It just generates a browser warning you have to click "ok" for.
nombrecinqok i think i've been close to that before
Zalamanderif it's a backup site, you can just use the same certificate, assuming you would change the DNS in the case of an emergency
which will still work, but till generate a warning about the wrong hostname
nombrecinqcould i use the self-signed cert for customer-facing use?
in an emergency?
Zalamanderthat is, when you access the site via another hostname, before the emergency
dynizcan someone help me out with that real quick?
Zalamandernombrecinq you can use it for customers, it is safe, but many customers will wig out when they see the warning
nombrecinqbut alternatively i can just use the same cert for both?
either way the customer gets a warning right?
Zalamandernombrecinq well, in an emergency, the customer is presumably brought to the backup site via the same hostname as the real site, by changing DNS, right? So there would be no warning, because the domain name in the certificate would match the domain name of the host
nombrecinqthat makes sense
what would happen if the customer accessed the backup site via the IP
?
Zalamanderso by using the same cert on the backup site, a warning is only generated when accessing the site NOT during an emergency (by whatever hostname you use to get there)
nombrecinqwould they be able to finish checkout?
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