Apache Tomcat is an open-source technology, which licensed under Apache License version 2. Basically to understand what the use of Tomcat it's a simple HTTP server used for Java Servlet, JavaServer Pages, Java Expression Language.
In this guide let us see how to log any required particular logs in Apache web server. To read about Apache related topic click on below links. How to install Apache Web Server in Red Hat Enterprise Linux 7 and Variants Understanding Apache Web Server logs Is it possible to log a client IP Address ... Read More
In our earlier topic, we have seen how to install with Apache web server, by following let us see how to configure, understanding each directive and understanding logs, etc. It’s very important to understand what it logged in log files during troubleshooting any issues in Apache. How to install Apache Web Server in Red Hat ... Read More
Introduction to Apache Web Server In this guide let us see how to install Apache Web Server in RHEL 7, Centos 7, Oracle Linux 7. By following we are going to cover most of all Apache-related topics. We are about to use Apache 2.4 version in this guide. Below articles are related to Apache topic. ... Read More
In the rails application, if we need to forward all non-SSL traffic to SSL traffic we can use below virtual host entry. By default, the rewrite module needs to be enabled in Apache configuration with valid SSL certificates including Chain file. Above VirtualHost entry will forward all non-SSL to SSL.
By default Nginx will allow uploading 1 MB file, By using below directive we can upload up to 10 MB If we need to upload larger than 10 MB just replace 10 with your specified size. client_body_in_file_only clean; client_body_buffer_size 32K; client_max_body_size 10M; Once above directive defined in virtual host restart the Nginx to take effect.