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  1. We recently moved our site to a new hosting company. Since moving, our traffic stats are about 10% of what they were previously. I've been trying to figure this out for while, but I'm at a loss. I'm hoping some Apache guru can spot the issue. I ran this command to see who was accessing the server. # netstat -tn 2>/dev/null | grep :443 | awk '{print $5}' | cut -d: -f1 | sort | uniq -c | sort -nr | head 22 138.201.194.181 18 156.26.45.19 8 104.28.85.11 4 85.237.194.119 3 167.94.195.128 2 98.156.0.18 2 46.161.11.28 2 193.218.190.123 2 173.242.192.184 2 157.55.39.49 Then I greped the logs for the IPs. grep "138.201.194.101" /var/log/httpd/stovebolt/* # grep "156.26.45.19" /var/log/httpd/stovebolt/* | wc -l 235 grep -l "156.26.45.19" /var/log/httpd/stovebolt/* /var/log/httpd/stovebolt/ssl_request_log So, one IP isn't in any logs, even though it has the most connections. The next IP is in the logs, but only in the ssl_request.log, not the access.log. That makes no sense to me at all. I've engaged the support staff at the hosting company but so far they've come up with nothing. My IP doesn't show up in the logs, and I'm on the site every day doing moderation work, accepting new registrations on the forum, approving posts of new members, etc. grep -l "70.121.63.82" /var/log/httpd/stovebolt/* /var/log/httpd/stovebolt/access.log-20220619 /var/log/httpd/stovebolt/error.log-20220619 /var/log/httpd/stovebolt/ssl_access_log /var/log/httpd/stovebolt/ssl_request_log /var/log/httpd/stovebolt/ssl_request.log-20220619 grep "70.121.63.82" /var/log/httpd/stovebolt/ssl_access_log 70.121.63.82 - - [05/Jul/2022:15:19:07 -0400] "-" 408 - 70.121.63.82 - - [05/Jul/2022:15:19:08 -0400] "-" 408 - 70.121.63.82 - - [05/Jul/2022:15:20:20 -0400] "-" 408 - 70.121.63.82 - - [05/Jul/2022:15:20:20 -0400] "-" 408 - This is my log info. The server is on EDT, which is where the owners are located. (The server itself is located in CDT.) date Tue Jul 5 15:39:11 EDT 2022 ls /var/log/httpd/stovebolt/ access.log access.log-20220626 error.log error.log-20220626 ssl_access_log ssl_request.log ssl_request.log-20220626 access.log-20220619 access.log-20220703 error.log-20220619 error.log-20220703 ssl_request_log ssl_request.log-20220619 ssl_request.log-20220703 # grep -A1 ".log" /etc/httpd/conf.d/stovebolt.conf TransferLog /var/log/httpd/stovebolt/access.log ErrorLog /var/log/httpd/stovebolt/error.log # LogLevel alert rewrite:trace3 -- CustomLog "/var/log/httpd/stovebolt/ssl_request.log" \ "%t %h %{SSL_PROTOCOL}x %{SSL_CIPHER}x \"%r\" %b"
  2. My Apache2 local server is working fine for my website. I've added a test.conf to sites-available and added it to my hosts file so I can do some experimentation without messing with my production website. The problem is that when I try to go to it in my web browser, I get a Not Found. This is on a Linux system, and yes, I did restart apache after I added test.conf. There's nothing in either the error log or the access log. My entry from sites-enabled follows: <VirtualHost *:80> ServerAdmin webmaster@test ServerName test ServerAlias test DocumentRoot /var/www/test/public_html <Directory /> AllowOverride All </Directory> <Directory /var/www/test/public_html> Options Indexes FollowSymLinks MultiViews AllowOverride all Require all granted </Directory> ErrorLog /var/log/apache2/test-error.log LogLevel error CustomLog /var/log/apache2/test-access.log combined </VirtualHost> I'm beginning to wonder if test is a reserved word for apache. I'd appreciate some help on this. Thanks in advance.
  3. Since I installed apache2, php, and phpmyadmin on my linux machine when I click on a .php file it downloads instead of opening in a web browser. It didn't do this prior to the install, so I suspect it's a config error. Can someone help me on this? Thanks in advance, Larry
  4. I have use apache server with PHP installed on it,i created one directory through php coding it get created but it has permission ( drwxr-sr-x 3 www-data www-data 4096 Feb 26 04:54 Merchantid_30) my other directories has ubuntu:ubuntu permission, I want to write on my directory but www-data wont allow me to write on it,giving 777 permission through chmod is risky, can i create directory through php but its default permission is set to be ubuntu:ubuntu instead of www-data ? what changes i need to do in coding?
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