Tag: Apache

Crawlers Bias Server Log Stats

Search engines are regularly visiting web sites to update their index. The shorter the time between two visits the more accurate is the index. Of course, there are side effects. On one hand this increases the load and the traffic of a web server. Thus, most modern crawlers are not too aggressive to avoid too …

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Trac Failes After Portupgrade On FreeBSD

Recently I upgraded my FreeBSD1 ports with `portupgrade -a`. Everything seems to be fine but I discovered later that something was wrong with the Python installation. I use Trac for the OnionCat page and it showed an error message: “TracError: Cannot load Python bindings for SQLite” (see Fig.). Actually I discovered this by accident while …

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Moving a WordPress Network Site to HTTPS

This article describes how to move an existing Worpress site which runs in a WordPress network from HTTP to HTTPS. It was tested with WordPress version 3.5 and an Apache web server 2.2.22. Moving a web site from HTTP to HTTPS is basically not difficult. If you are using the Apache web server, you have …

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Configuring a WordPress Network (without login loop)

Using a WordPress network seems to be interesting as soon as you run multiple WordPress instances on different domain names. You can safe a lot of work using a network installation because you have to maintain just one software installation. That’s what we did here. There is a great page with configuration instructions found here. …

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