A web server is a program that responds to network requests over the HTTP or HTTPS protocol.

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What can I use to monitor and log incoming/outgoing traffic to/from remote hosts?

I run a web server (Debian Squeeze on a VPS), and the graphs provided by the hosting company show consistently that around twice as much traffic is incoming to the server compared to the outgoing ...
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Help me choose the right distribution for learning and hosting web apps

I'm coming to Linux from the Windows world, and I want to learns the ins and outs of the system in order to make it my primary day to day work and hosting environment. I'm pretty much a complete ...
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Web front-end to find/grep/ack

In my lab, we are trying to build a web that allows the user to enter queries for find, ack, grep on a specific directory. The web would return an HTML with a table of a list of clickable files (click ...
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How can I make a process I start during an SSH session run after the session has ended? [duplicate]

Possible Duplicate: Keep SSH Sessions running after disconnection. I have a process which is basically a web-server, I start it during an SSH session. However, when I leave the session (by ...
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Low-RAM Linux Distro Specifically for serving static sites [closed]

I'm looking for a near-zero-configuration linux distro that is designed specifically for serving static web sites and nothing else on a low-RAM machine (I'm planning on 128MB, but the option of less ...
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Running Apache with Tomcat

I was wondering if it's possible to run a Tomcat server within Apache whilst also running PHP servers under other virtual host instances? And if so, how is this done? Basically, I'm trying to run an ...
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How to copy files as Jenkins “post build” action if i don't have privileges to destination directory

I have the following users "architecture" : root access is disabled. admin user have access only to its home directory. Apache runs as root service (root is the only one that have access to ...
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How to configure permissions to allow apache to securely have access to a file in a shared environment?

This is a follow up question from my previous, but I felt it might be more Linux based. http://serverfault.com/questions/414207/how-to-set-linux-permissions-to-allow-apache-to-have-access-to-a-file ...
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apache won't restart after adding VirtualHost conf file, why not?

In a CentOS 7 server, I get the following error when I type sudo apachectl restart after I add an include file at the bottom of httpd.conf: Job for httpd.service failed. See 'systemctl status ...
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httpd doesn't serve relative url from tomcat, why not?

In a CentOS 7 server, I am trying to set up httpd to act as a reverse proxy for tomcat. I have httpd running perfectly in the sense that I type in http/mydomain.com and it serves up static content ...
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Set up nginx to serve files from subdirectories

I am setting up a very simple file server system. I install nginx and set its root directory to /home to make it serve files from users' home directories. However, when I attempt to download files ...
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Why does my CMS run extremely slow in my workstation (Ubuntu)

For over a year I have been struggling with the response speed on my Drupal v7.2x CMS install. Let me explain. I'm running Drupal 7.2x on an Ubuntu 12.10 (upgrade to 13.xx pending) for the purpose of ...