On my server there are many virtual hosts and databases. I have a backup sh cron to create backup of the files every day at 4AM. From 4AM to 5AM, while backup is made, Apache fully becomes unreachable, it only gives timeout and 500 error. I'm using gzip to backup each virtual host. Gzip is eating only 50-100% of the CPU (the process in top, having a quad core CPU).
I am running Ubuntu, and an Apache server.
I wanted to try out nodejs, and I wanted to run it through a virtualhost on Apache.
I read this article and tried to follow the instructions:
I set everything up, but Apache was throwing 500 errors, which seems to be something like this situation:
setting up a basic mod_proxy virt
How can gzip be turned off for a particular location and all its sub-directories? My main site is at http://mydomain.com and I want to turn gzip off for both http://mydomain.com/foo and http://mydomain.com/foo/bar.
I tried turning off gzip as shown below, but the Response Headers in Chrome's dev tools shows that Content-Encoding:gzip.