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Discussion in 'Server & Community Management' started by Outlaw11A, Jul 12, 2013.
Still down for me.
Ok, well this is weird. I shall keep an eye on things.
Server is back online. Sorry for the downtime guys!
Still down for me lol
Same on my end, whole ironraid.co domain is unreachable via a browser, it is pingable though.
Yep. I moved the whole server to a different host, still having issues. I am pretty certain its getting DDOSed.
You should execute "nload" through ssh to see your traffic
Worked out what the issue is. The service is getting quite popular, and we can see that in the stats, that it was reaching the max amount of clients that are able to connect simultaneously. I upped it, and shall continue to monitor it.
Sorry for the downtime!
Do you think it would be possible to release more stats/info on banners? Example the most viewed banner ect?
Sure, I shall do that tomorrow. Server is still playing up
Whats the problem now?
I think its getting too many requests, will up the capacity tomorrow.
You may want to consider switching to nginx as a front-end as it can often outperform Apache in handling requests.
edit: Relatively in-depth look at tuning Nginx for high-load http://blog.martinfjordvald.com/2011/04/optimizing-nginx-for-high-traffic-loads/
Or configure apache right. It. can easily handle lots of requests.
Hey this looks awesome, the site seems down for me though
EDIT: Oh it seems like i'm not the only one
Thanks for the info, I shall look into this tonight.
From skimming earlier in the thread though, I understand you use htaccess files? What type of configurations are you putting in there - they are not directly transferrable to Nginx.
URL rewriting is easy enough though, so you should be able to come up with a:
http://ironraid.co/banner/image/660x/xyz/img.png for enjin which loads:
Can't remember off the top of my head, but some Googling should help - think something around try_files.
edit: "try_files $uri $uri/ /index.php?$uri;" within the location directive for /banner/.
I have some rewrite rules in the "default" file, like so:
rewrite ^/banner/image.png$ /banner/image.php;
They are working perfectly fine now. The server is running currently, but I am testing some code that is part of the problem as well.