Different DNS points to same server but access to a different directory

Issue When I entered domainB.com URL it will force a redirect to domainA.com or it would display the domainA content while the URL is showing domainB.com Expected Outcome I am expecting the domainA.com and domainB.com would display its own content respectively, which mean domainA.com showing the content in var/www/DomainA domainB.com showing the content in var/www/DomainB…

what are the relations between zone and network interface on firewall-cmd?

I have a remote host running on centos 7 with public IP 147.38.9.162 and a LAN IP 10.5.96.4, respectively attached to eth0 and eth1, I used firewall-cmd to configure the network as shown below: [[email protected] order]# firewall-cmd –get-zone-of-interface=eth0 public [[email protected] order]# firewall-cmd –get-zone-of-interface=eth1 home [[email protected] order]# ifconfig eth1|grep inet inet 10.5.96.4 netmask 255.255.0.0 broadcast 10.5.255.255…

Why is the ssl session cache ( ssl_session_cache) disabled by default in nginx?

In nginx, the ssl_session_cache directive has a default of ‘none’. ref However, in the documentation for configuring HTTPS server, it’s advised to turn on the ssl session cache, as it explains that SSL handshakes are cpu expensive. ref Further research on the topic supports the claim: When shoud I use ssl_session_cache paramter in nginx ssl…