Questions tagged [Lighttpd] (31)

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Local domain (lighttpd on the raspberry) from the host PC, how?

Put the web server on the raspberry, recorded in /etc/lighttpd/lighttpd.conf$HTTP["host"] == "site.pi" { server.document-root = "/var/www/panel/" } Prescribed in the dnsmasq address=/site.pi/127.0.0.1 What I need to do now, so I can go on site.pi from another PC in the network?
jaeden_Konopelski32 asked April 4th 20 at 13:30
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lighttpd dead but pid file exists

Experiencing this error on lighttpd at the front ends Ah. In logs anything sensible. Usually, this error appears when Uspaskich traffic. What would you recommend for treatment? PS the option "move to nginx" is not available. =) P. P. S. Here is an example FastCGI config: fastcgi.server = ( ".php" => ( "localhost" ...
Hanna62 asked October 14th 19 at 11:52
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htaccess. Migrating to lighttpd

Finally decided to migrate from shared hosting to a dedicated server. Faced with the problem of how to convert htacсess for lighttpd. CNC itself moved no problem, but what to do with these lines I'll never know. Options +Includes +FollowSymLinks +Indexes<br> Options +FollowSymLinks<br> RewriteEngine On<br&g...
Gina50 asked October 10th 19 at 11:33
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lighttpd leaking memory

Advise how to deal with memory leaking on lighttpd. Faced with the chain effect when you restart one of the web servers has led to instability and other website a few minutes were in Daun not yet stabilized work. After the restart the first machine chart showed the active disk usage, lighttpd started swapit and scored 10 GB...
Hanna62 asked October 10th 19 at 11:00
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LightTPD (on Cygwin) with commercial software under Windows?

Want to use build of LightTPD on Windows under Cygwin as a frontend to FastCGI module in a commercial product. Product together with all the build clients installed on your machine by the installer. The Assembly is used only binary LightTPD (which required pulling a Cygwin1.dll and other joy). The server code I do not touch...
laverne14 asked October 10th 19 at 10:29
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PHP exec() not working in php cgi?

Before there was the apache, everything was fine, switched to lighttpd and now with: exec('some_sript.sh'); nothing happens. chmod 777. Nothing good on this topic is not found. Where to dig? If there is a setting in php.ini and I found nothing? Simple commands like ls, rm, cp work through exec. I use symfony $fs = new sfFil...
annalise_Mueller asked October 10th 19 at 03:55
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the distribution of the load among the processors lighttpd

Lighttpd load is distributed evenly between the processors. At the moment the first processor is about 20%, the second — about 5-7%. Races at the traffic rises. How to optimize the load on the processors and make it equal value for both?
Hanna62 asked October 10th 19 at 03:26
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Proxying *.example.com in *.localTLD?

You need to proxy http requests to *.example.com in *.localTLD, though if somedomain.localTLD not resolved should be thrown into the default page (I think, it through the error page for 502 Bad gateway can you do). As for nginx, lighttpd, apache to do a tricky proxy not to certain domains?
Winfield.Wunsch asked October 9th 19 at 21:59
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How to find out what PHP script is the most "heavy" for the CPU?

Is lighttpd + fastcgi + php. I see that php generates load on the CPU. Maybe there is some stray in the form of php extensions or module for lighttpd to learn what exactly?
Heaven_Bergnaum51 asked October 9th 19 at 17:00
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Advise a book/article on Debian/Ubuntu

Advise a book/article about raising infrastructure Python/Light HTTPd on Debian/Ubuntu Linux. Interesting as a separate article on the subject, and good books on Ubuntu.
Naomie asked October 8th 19 at 06:56