Use env variable which is set in subdirectory htaccess and accessed in root htaccess

I’m setting a variable “require_auth” in a .htaccess inside a directory and using the variable in another .htaccess inside root.But it throws a 401 error when I visit the earlier directory URL. So for the root directory, I have the following code in .htaccess SetEnvIf Request_URI ^/membership/ require_auth=true AuthUserFile /var/www/.htpasswd AuthName “Password Protected” AuthType Basic…

http.sys LimitExceeded error

We have an ASP.NET Core 3.0 application hosted behind IIS on Windows Server 2016. Under heavy load (5,000+ concurrent users) we start to get 503 errors with the message “The service is unavailable.” I checked the logs at %SystemRoot%\System32\LogFiles\HTTPERR and realized they are mostly due to ‘LimitExceeded’. Here’s some sample data: 2019-11-22 20:36:33 5.119.159.122 51429…

How are PHP FPM’s dynamic children settings applied?

There’s the following settings pm.start_servers pm.min_spare_servers pm.max_children pm.max_spare_servers pm.process_idle_timeout I think these are implemented as shown here: i.e. – after the idle timeout, any servers beyond min_spare_servers get killed. – as servers get busy, it maintains min_spare_servers idle children – until it hits the max – then as load decreases, processes that have been idle…

In CentOS 7, is there a way to specify which block devices should be tuned with the scheduler (or ELEVATOR)?

In CentOS 6, there was /etc/tune-profiles/my-server/ktune.sysconfig with this text(I’m referring to the comments that explain what the code is doing): # This is the I/O scheduler ktune will use. This will *not* override anything # explicitly set on the kernel command line, nor will it change the scheduler # for any block device that is…