When that's not possible
On occasion, that won't be possible. In those cases, we explicitly useinstead: begin some.unique.situation rescue StandardError => error notify_airbrake(error) end
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[ Apache] Introduced the ` PassengerErrorOverride` option, so that HTTP error responses generated by applications can be intercepted by Apache and customized using the ` ErrorDocument` directive.
[ Standalone] It is now possible to specify some configuration options in a configuration file `passenger-standalone.json`. When Passenger Standalone is used in Mass Deployment mode, this configuration file can be used to customize settings on a per-application basis.
[ Enterprise] Fixed …
…should be able to use an HTTP 302 temporary redirect to do so. Browsers do a GET for all 301 and 302's, so the identity needs to accept a GET to display the approve/deny page.
By "endpoint", they mean the state-changing URL that the browser posts to when the end user pushes the "Approve" button. Normally, since this is a state-changing action, you'd only use POST (or arguably, PUT). But, the spec says supporting GET is an RFC MUST , so GET it is. …
Clicking a link will always result in an HTTP GET request. If your link represents an action on a resource it may be more semantically correct for it to be performed with a different HTTP verb; in the case above, we want to use DELETE .
jquery-ujs attaches a handler to links with the data-method attribute. When the link is click, the handler constructs an HTML form along with a hidden input that sets the _method parameter to the requested HTTP verb and submits the form rather than …
I had never seen an HTTP(s) drain at fault for these failures, but the failures could be because we have nearly an order of magnitude more TCP Syslog drains than HTTP(s) drains, or it could be due to our TCP Syslog drains implementation blocking.
Without knowing what to attack and experiment with, I couldn't do much debugging. The Splunk and Graphite data we have showed that the node's memory would progressively go up sometime between 10 and 40 minutes. This, combined …
…Phusion Passenger Enterprise customers. HTTP basic authentication was used to authenticate with these servers. Customers were supposed to use that look like this: https://YOUR_ORDER_REFERENCE:YOUR_PASSWORD@www.phusionpassenger.com/enterprise_gems/ deb https://YOUR_ORDER_REFERENCE:YOUR_PASSWORD@www.phusionpassenger.com/enterprise_apt precise mainrepository for
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[ CHEF-4571 ] - GET ‘/cookbooks/foo/_latest' returns duplicate keys in recipes
[ CHEF-4578 ] - groupadd add non_unique support (-o)
[ CHEF-4585 ] - chef/mixin/shell_out should require mixlib/shellout and document why it requires chef/shell_out
[ CHEF-4603 ] - :: so behavior is swappable
[ CHEF-4648 ] - Add Pry as a runtime dep
[ CHEF-2928 ] - Chef solo's role_path should allow for an array …
the number (1 through 6) is added to the query string of my HTTP request to Farmer
Farmer then parses the response and sends back status information (request success and on/off timer status) as JSON
Plow reads the response and instructs the matching LED to reflect the status of the timer.
The end result: if I'm catching up on emails and an emergency request comes in on Client Project X…
…— at least not in the same way that 110 or 220 volts is a standard, or how Matthew Effect ; people use it because other people use it. If you apply 's "standards" logic to mobile tech, then iOS and are standards, and and are not ., HTTP, and are standards: de jure standards. is a de facto standard that resulted from the
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…we're sending interactive data that should be processed as soon as possible (in other words, most HTTP traffic), then small record size helps mitigate costly latency overhead of yet another layer of buffering .
Configuring your TLS server
The bad news is that many TLS servers do not provide an easy way to configure TLS record size and instead use the default maximum of 16 KB. The good news is, if you are using HAProxy to terminate TLS, then you are in luck, and otherwise, you may …