Monitorix might come in handy here. It does not exactly focus on Apache, but of course includes Apache-specific data:
Monitorix: Apache Statistics (source: Monitorix.Org; click image for larger variant)
As the graph shows, you can easily see a "journal" of Apache resource usage: idle/busy workers, requests, CPU-usage. Together with plenty of other ...
There's quite a useful/fun one for Apache called Logstalgia, it's an Apache access log visualization programme. It's not too feature-rich, but rather useful.
Have a look here: https://github.com/acaudwell/Logstalgia and here: http://code.google.com/p/logstalgia/
Also, there's a tutorial by *NixCraft here: http://www.cyberciti.biz/open-source/use-logstalgia-...
If I want to figure things like that, I pick on GoAccess from the command line. It's amazingly fast and accepts input via pipe (of course also accepts a file name), so I can restrict it using grep to what I wish to see – e.g. grepping for data and hour to restrict analysis to that hour.
On the command line, GoAccess provides a curses like interface managing ...
From my experience, IntelliJ is the quickest way to get started.
If you already use eclipse regularly and are comfortable with it, you could try it, but intelliJ works as soon as you install the scala plugin.
I agree with your professor. Once you have a few source files an IDE really helps. But learning any IDE requires effort so allow a bit of time to ...
Sorry,I got answer by myself.
I should specify the document which IE ver use in html file.
＜meta http-equiv="x-ua-compatible" content="IE=10" ＞
index2.html is changed as fallows
<meta http-equiv="x-ua-compatible" ...
Xamp, Wampserver and Bitnami Wamp Stack are for development. They are a "easy install" soft that install all you need for do some web development. The other two are what you are looking for; any will work fine. There are some manual installation for the modules needed though.
But please note that configuring a reverse proxy is not a install only procedure, ...
Best of luck!
Another solution would be using something like webpack to bundle all your ...
I discovered this very nifty free online utility:
.HtAccess 301 Redirect Generator Tool
It's simple, allows you pass query strings, and even separate your old URL from your new URL list with whatever delimiter you choose (I simply used a comma). You just paste in your list, and click GENERATE RULES
DB has to be SQL, but MySQL is buggy and I need a faster DB system for faster response times to the client.
sqlite would be a good choice:
The SQLite website (https://www.sqlite.org/) uses SQLite itself, of course, and as of this writing (2015) it handles about 400K to 500K HTTP requests per day, about 15-20% of which are dynamic pages touching the ...
ELK Stack or Splunk will do want you need and more. Splunk is free if your amount of data is less than 500MB per day.
Of course, there is a bit more setup than a command line tool. They will definitly help if your last point is really important:
Let me give it an SSH key and path and have it automatically go get
the file without me manually copying it ...
Tor's Hammer is a slow post dos testing tool written in Python. It can also be run through the Tor network to be anonymized. If you are going to run it with Tor it assumes you are running Tor on 127.0.0.1:9050. Kills most unprotected web servers running Apache and IIS via a single instance. Kills ...