Apache SpamAssassin

Apache SpamAssassin

Apache  SpamAssassin 1

Apache SpamAssassin is a computer program used for e-mail spam filtering. It uses a variety of spam-detection techniques, including DNS and fuzzy checksum techniques, Bayesian filtering, external programs, blacklists and online databases. It is released under the Apache License 2.0 and is a part of the Apache Foundation since 2004. The program can be integrated with the mail server to automatically filter all mail for a site. It can also be run by individual users on their own mailbox and integrates with several mail programs. Apache SpamAssassin is highly configurable; if used as a system-wide filter it can still be configured to support per-user preferences.

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faster ( squid apache httpd apache tomcat )

Optimisation is a 'black' art, so to speak. There are many ways to skin the cat.You need to identify your bottle-necks before working out how to improve things.While it is possible to replace all your server software, with alternatives, that will only help if the software was the bottle neck and not something else, e. g. network bandwidth or I/O bandwidth. You can start by benchmarking your existing setup and tweaking your existing settings to see if they improve things

Apache  SpamAssassin 2

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Apache Airavata

Airavata is a software suite to compose, manage, execute, and monitor large scale applications and workflows on computational resources ranging from local clusters to national grids and computing clouds. Airavata consists of four components: a workflow suite, enabling a user to compose and monitor workflows. These can be run on an Apache environment or exported to other workflow programming languages such as BPEL and Java. an application wrapper service to convert command line programs into services that can be used reliably on a network. a registry service that records how workflows and wrapped programs have been deployed. a message broking service to enable communication over possibly unreliable networks to clients behind organisations' firewalls.

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Ubuntu Apache: httpd.conf or apache2.conf?

apache2.conf includes httpd.conf:I think that httpd.conf is deprecated, but just left in there for conservative people so that they find they way around... :)EDIT:After reading Rob's answer, I did a better grep:User configurations it is

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Apache ActiveMQ

Apache ActiveMQ is an open source message broker written in Java together with a full Java Message Service (JMS) client. It provides "Enterprise Features" which in this case means fostering the communication from more than one client or server. Supported clients include Java via JMS 1.1 as well as several other "cross language" clients. The communication is managed with features such as computer clustering and ability to use any database as a JMS persistence provider besides virtual memory, cache, and journal persistency. The ActiveMQ project was originally created by its founders from LogicBlaze in 2004, as an open source message broker, hosted by CodeHaus. The code and ActiveMQ trademark were donated to the Apache Software Foundation in 2007, where the founders continued to develop the codebase with the extended Apache community. ActiveMQ employs several modes for high availability, including both file-system and database row-level locking mechanisms, sharing of the persistence store via a shared filesystem, or true replication using Apache ZooKeeper. A robust horizontal scaling mechanism called a Network of Brokers, is also supported out of the box. In the enterprise, ActiveMQ is celebrated for its flexibility in configuration, and its support for a relatively large number of transport protocols, including OpenWire, STOMP, MQTT, AMQP, REST, and WebSockets. ActiveMQ is used in enterprise service bus implementations such as Apache ServiceMix and Mule. Other projects using ActiveMQ include Apache Camel and Apache CXF in SOA infrastructure projects. Coinciding with the release of Apache ActiveMQ 5.3, the world's first results for the SPECjms2007 industry standard benchmark were announced. Four results were submitted to the SPEC and accepted for publication. The results cover different topologies to analyze the scalability of Apache ActiveMQ in two dimensions. ActiveMQ is currently in major version 5, minor version 15. There's also a separate product called Apache ActiveMQ Artemis which is a new JMS Broker based on the HornetQ code base which was previously owned by Red Hat, and bringing the broker's JMS implementation up to the 2.0 specification. Amazon Web Services offers a managed message broker service for Apache ActiveMQ called Amazon MQ

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Struggling with Apache

I was able to get this setup running within a virtual machine. Granted, I have no idea how to connect to it, etc. since I am no Minecraft player. However, it seemed to install successfully. The reason you do not have /var/www/multicraft is that you did not run the installer as 'sudo'. Since you were not UID/GID www-data, the files were not able to be created within /var/www. However, there were a couple other quirks I encountered while doing this so I am going to provide you a guide so that you do not run into any more pitfalls (at least upto and including installation). So, here's my step-by-step intro to how to get this up and running (tested in a 14.04 Server VM).Add the following entry below CustomLog to ensure the protected directory's .htaccess file gets parsed properly:This tells Apache to parse the . htaccess file in /var/www/multicraft and all sub-folders.Then, restart apache to apply the changes: sudo /etc/init.d/apache2 restart

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