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I'm working with a relationship table: id (AI), user_id, friend_id, status, type. The current behavior is that the Logged In user can send friendship requests to X user but if there is already a friendship request coming from the X user to the Logged In user; the logged in user instead of sending a new request to X user, he/she should accept the one that is already in the database(which is coming from the X-user). Here is an image of what I'm talking about(in the image, the status column displays 'accepted' but try to imagine it as it was 'pending', please) : So
Hello, I've got a question about ddos attack. As happen before our site has been attack, i think it was a ddos attack which crash our server. Back then our web app and database are on the same server. As now web app and database are separate. site is on windows server and its connected to database from other server also (Linux). If an attack like that happen again, is the database server can be prevent from crashing as it is now separate? Thanks. I have a site running on windows server and its connected to database from other server also (Linux).
Hello, I'm just confuse on the way apache and iis react on codeigniter framework accessing folder. on my IIS site when I don't allow folder to be access on web.config it will automatically show codeigniter 404 page as it should be, but on apache its not, its like I have to set 404 on .htaccess by that it will show apache 404 not on framework side. How do I set that accessing not allowed folder on apache will show framework 404.