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  1. 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).
  2. Hi All - hope someone has done this before. I need to create a PHP script that detects the presence of a new file appearing into a folder, and process it. This HAS to be supported by Windows IIS (Have looked at FAM for Linux but can't use it). I could do a loop with some sleep that checks the directory every x seconds - but this has been discounted by the client as either a) too resource hungry or b) not quick enough if there is a delay. Add ons, extensions or even external 3rd party tools would all be acceptable. Any ideas? Phil
  3. Codeigniter POST request empty. I tried to up my website on our production server which is using IIS8, post request is empty, I've tried to break codeigniter and post is working. It is also working on our staging server which is on IIS6. Does anyone has an issue on this on Codeigniter 3.
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