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You can close connection on your server using some commands: netstat + kill netstat -na kill PID tcpkill tcpkill -i eth0 host 10.0.0.1 killcx (http://spamcleaner.org/en/misc/killcx.html) killcx <ip>:<port> tcpdrop command (FreeBSD): tcpdrop myhost.net:2353 example.com:ftp


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The 2 examples are minified versions served from popular CDN, so many visitors will have them in their cache, and therefore no HTTP request will be required. If you want to combine them, download the files and then you need to do some kind of combining the files on the server side. If you are using .NET SquishIt is a popular choice. If you use PHP minify is ...


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Your site shouldn't immediately drop connections when the maximum number of concurrent connections has been reached, unless your host has something in place specifically to handle this case (see below). In Apache, the MaxClients directive is used to set the maximum number of concurrent connections. Anything beyond this limit will go into a queue to be ...


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Depends if you mean safe as in secure, or safe as in for the benefit of your website. In theory using twitter/facebook is more likely to be secure than rolling your own registration - this very website made the decision to use openID as supposed to rolling its own, so your in good company. The most immediate thing which springs to mind is what if people ...


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When you connect to a website you are connecting on port 80 which is the default port for all HTTP services, you can connect to websites that use other ports such as 8080 but you need to use http://domain.com:8080 unless they have the port 80 service redirect to another port. Internal Loop backs Now with this said and to answer your question, browsers ...


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This is probably a case where what you did has nothing to do with what went wrong. It seems your domain name is not in the DNS servers anymore. Chrome says something to that effect and nslookup returns that it cannot find your domain. Check with your registrar to see if your domain has expired or has been transferred without your knowledge. There has been ...


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Response Time The problem is the ping time of the servers from UK to Australia its a hell of a distance to travel in terms of data and will add a lot of response time to the initial connection and the responses between pages. This would definitely effect their rankings as Google now takes this into a a factor. To give you an example of just how slow this ...


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Am I correct in thinking that hosts with several "Packets lost" messages from different locations have less stable or slower connections Totally wrong. Packet-loss may happen everywhere on path from you to hoster, you (with ping) can only say "some routes are worse for me, than another" (and slow, overloaded server may have bigger impact on overall ...


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You can track the uptime status of the Akismet API at http://status.automattic.com/9931/136079/Akismet-API If the Akismet API is listed as up (it generally is, we have really good availability) then your hosting provider is in the best position to help track down why your WordPress site is no longer able to reach akismet.com. We've found the two most ...


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Hopefully this will help, detailed explanation here:- CLOSED Indicates that the server has received an ACK signal (to acknowledge receipt of a packet) from the client and the connection is closed. CLOSE_WAIT Indicates that the server has received the first FIN signal (to acknowledge there is no more data to be sent) from the client and the connection is ...


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The solution may depend on both lists settings. You should always simulate with test lists, before implementing on the real list. Using one forward email account subscribed to both lists, customized settings and email filters may solve the problem. Gmail accounts have some basic filters, but gmail (and other free providers) will not forward if you send to ...



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