Skip to main content

Posts

Showing posts from April, 2009

Apache2 VirtualHost configurations

I'm unable to get rid of these warning messages on one of my webservers: ashant@washington:~$ sudo apache2ctl configtest [Sun Apr 26 00:16:19 2009] [warn] _default_ VirtualHost overlap on port 80, the first has precedence [Sun Apr 26 00:16:19 2009] [warn] _default_ VirtualHost overlap on port 80, the first has precedence [Sun Apr 26 00:16:19 2009] [warn] _default_ VirtualHost overlap on port 80, the first has precedence [Sun Apr 26 00:16:19 2009] [warn] VirtualHost eby.xxx.com:80 overlaps with VirtualHost admin.xxx.com:80, the first has precedence, perhaps you need a NameVirtualHost directive [Sun Apr 26 00:16:19 2009] [warn] VirtualHost www.xxx.com:80 overlaps with VirtualHost eby.xxx.com:80, the first has precedence, perhaps you need a NameVirtualHost directive Syntax OK These are the VirtualHost tags for each of the subdomains noted above.
ServerName admin.xxx.com
ServerAdmin it@xxx.com

DocumentRoot "/home/xxx/www/admin/"

CustomLog /var/log/apache2/xxx.com/access.log combined

Black Book Blunders

First posted at indescon.org group on Xing.
Not sure if the public gives any credit to this 8-page report with a big-fat title, which seems to have been done on a flight from New York to Florida, but it seems to have been cooked up to targetedly discredit India as an offshore-destination.

Notice that in the Introduction section the authors take reference to terrorist events (plural) in India. For starters, there was just one terror attack, in Mumbai, on the 26th November, 2008. But hey, wait...

under Methodology > Primary Research, it has been stated that the data for this report has been collected between Oct 20th and Nov 12th!! Makes me asks - were the conclusions for the report made before the data was collected (and the attack on 26/Nov used as basis for conclusions)??

I don't want to pick on this one detail too much, but it looks like all nearshore destinations have been fully eliminated from the risk-list. (Moscow has been included in the safe-list).

Besides, since when have D…

Black Book Blunders

First posted at https://www.xing.com/net/indescon/

Not sure if the public gives any credit to this 8-page report with a big-fat title, which seems to have been done on a flight from New York to Florida, but it seems to have been cooked up to targetedly discredit India as an offshore-destination.

Notice that in the Introduction section the authors take reference to terrorist events (plural) in India. For starters, there was just one terror attack, in Mumbai, on the 26th November, 2008. But hey, wait...

under Methodology > Primary Research, it has been stated that the data for this report has been collected between Oct 20th and Nov 12th!! Makes me asks - were the conclusions for the report made before the data was collected (and the attack on 26/Nov used as basis for conclusions)??

I don't want to pick on this one detail too much, but it looks like all nearshore destinations have been fully eliminated from the risk-list. (Moscow has been included in the safe-list).

Besides, since when…