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Jan
19
awarded  Tumbleweed
Jan
12
asked Single nameserver for multiple domain names
Jan
10
comment How can Apache HTTP server allow multiple connections to port 80?
Suppose the connection is not aborted, how does the client's new request is directed to the old child process? How the mapping is done at the server? Is there any child process id?
Jan
10
revised How can Apache HTTP server allow multiple connections to port 80?
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Jan
10
asked How can Apache HTTP server allow multiple connections to port 80?
Dec
30
accepted Apple app store recent updates not consided as installed
Dec
30
answered Apple app store recent updates not consided as installed
Dec
27
comment Apple app store recent updates not consided as installed
You are asking for normal shutdown. Right? I am new to Mac and don't see reboot option
Dec
27
comment Apple app store recent updates not consided as installed
no.. they are same updates.. same date, same size.. no difference at all
Dec
27
asked Apple app store recent updates not consided as installed
Dec
26
awarded  Commentator
Dec
26
comment Autoscaling of Google app engine
Thanks. I also found this great video m.youtube.com/watch?v=hcU-cO4P2rA
Dec
26
accepted Autoscaling of Google app engine
Dec
26
awarded  Editor
Dec
26
revised Autoscaling of Google app engine
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Dec
26
asked Autoscaling of Google app engine
May
27
accepted Whats the technical difference between sending a webpage request and sending an email?
May
27
awarded  Yearling
May
27
asked Whats the technical difference between sending a webpage request and sending an email?
May
26
comment Can a web hosting server become a nameserver also?
Further, each domain information is stored in a separate DNS ZONE file and there could many such files for a server to read and reply. DNS server knows where to look for these files.. Am I correct?