Server :: Apache Response "HTTP Request Sent; Waiting For Response" Too Long
Jul 19, 2011
when I try to access any page even small html pages it stays like 3 seconds in HTTP request sent; waiting for response. state..even when I use Lynx locally on the server..bypassing any possible network issues..logs dont show a thing..the server itself is a high end server with nothing running on it apart from apache which is not serving anny clients now, firewall is disabled and hostnamelookups are set to OFF.
I'm trying to see regular http responses from my wireless ipad (victim) from my wired pc (attacker). Everything's working great but I can only see the http requests not the responses.
I've done much reading and googling and tried registering in more relevant forums but some forums were shutdown, so I've come here.
Code: # setup ip forwarding echo 1 | sudo tee /proc/sys/net/ipv4/ip_forward # use ettercap to do the mitm using only mitm sudo ettercap --iface eth0 --text --plugin autoadd --only-mitm --mitm arp:remote /192.168.0.1/ /192.168.0.155/
I am new to web server support. I have a request from my management to modify the logging slightly. Effectively I need to redirect a custom string from our http response into the apache access logs. When a user navigates to our site they receive a "dye" number that is associated with them. This number follows them to whatever cluster they are directed too. The string is formatted as such, com-company-dye: d0a2#6dfce. I need that that header dye to appear in the access logs so we can use that dye number as a key for troubleshooting issues though out our various monitoring systems.
I'm a little stumped on this one so I reaching out to see if anyone here has any idea. I just changed my ISP to Surewest as they're doing fiber straight to the house in my area so I have 8Mbps up and down.
I have my linux box running openssh and I have no problems SSHing into it from my remote laptop at work. I use putty to connect to it and create a tunnel so I can configure my firefox to use it as a SOCKS proxy. The problem is my response time for page loads in firefox is atrocious now. It'll take over a minute to load yahoo.com. The only real differences in my setup now are my ISP and router hardware at home. Previously, I was using the firewall that was built into my AT&T Uverse gateway. Now, I'm using my old Linksys WRT54G v5.0 router with the latest firmware. My linux box is wired directly into it with ethernet. When I run the speed tests from that box I get my correct speeds of 8Mbps up and down with <15ms ping. From what I can tell, all of my router settings are correct.
I need to set an auto response on my linux email server (ubuntu9),for a person who will be on leave, Perfectpol is out office for a while, if urgent please call office number 222 2222 222.how do i go about setting this. The email address of the user who will be away is email@example.com.
I had centos 5-5 server with 6G of RAM and 4 core cpu 3GHZ i installed bind 9.7.1-p2 on my server with multi thread support there are a lot of dns requests on my server , about 2500 Packets/sec and 3Mbit UDP traffic but my server response week to most of them.
For example when i use nslookup or dig command to query Yahoo.com the response from server maybe deliver about 5 Sec or become timed out , but sometimes response time less than 1 sec!
I don't know why, perhaps kernel works week so i decided to do the following :
But the problem didn't solved
I previously had Freebsd with same version of bind and same configuration and everything worked fine.
Whenever I make an ssh connection to my Fedora 14 server, the echo of my keyboard strokes are very jerky. It will echo a few, then stop for a moment, then it echos all the keyboard entries from the time it stopped responding all at once. Anyone have any ideas on why this started happening? This happens from any computer I use to connect. It happens with Putty and SSH Secure Shell.
I've got a DNS problem I cannot figure out. I've been digging and pinging all day and I've waited for caches to expire and I'm not having much luck.From my desktop mac, I can't seem to resolve mail.port-o-call.net:
I tried setting up evolution mail incoming worked fine outgoing Big No, so I install Thunderbird and it worked like a charm. Then I decided I liked Evolution a little more and wanted to see if I could get it working and came across this. Firstly I entered all my details correctly double and triple checked. Look at my user name now when i try sending an email I get this? Why has my email changed?
I have a perfectly working installation of nginx / PHP / fastcgi on the latest stable Debian distribution. No problems at all, apart from this one: When a PHP script (script A) is written to request a PHP script on the same web server (script B), nginx takes several minutes to respond and finally the connection times out. And it happens only when invoking script A through nginx. Calling it from command line works fine � I get a normal output of script B.
Literally, the test case is as simple as:
I suppose the root of the problem may be some obstacle occurring when php5-cgi ends up invoking itself. And this is what happens when script A is called through nginx. But I have no ideas yet how to address the problem. One of my PHP applications checks itself during installation, that's why I need to request a PHP script from a PHP script on the same server.
I have a problem concerning the vacation(auto response). I got a mailserver(smtp.mydomain.com), pop3/imap-server(mail.mydomain.com) webserver(www.mydomain.com, with postfixadmin on it). I use Debian 5.0 So it's like this, I receive mail to smtp.mydomain.com, it get checked for spam with amavisd-maia(Maia Mailguard), then delivered to the pop3/imap-server. I'm guessing there's something wrong with my postfix setup. I activate auto response for my account, when I get a mail it says this at smtp.mydomain.com:
I cannot get either sendmail or postfix to send a 220 response, nor respond with details. See below for sample telnet output. Details: I have a server that requires email, but only for light use. I'm definitely not an expert, but I have set up a sendmail configuration on a previous server. I tried to configure sendmail first and then postfix later, when I couldn't get sendmail working. I'm not sure exactly what the problem is, but I have a feeling the following might yield some important information. Note: this is the result for Postfix, but virtually the same thing happened with sendmail, too. That is, initially the telnet connection would close immediately. Afterwords, I could connect a second time but then it never responded with a 220 banner nor any 250's.
I recently setup a new Linux server running Fedora 10. For some reason all ping response times are rounded to the nearest 10ms. For example, running the simple command "ping yahoo.com" give the following sample results:
64 bytes from ir1.fp.vip.re1.yahoo.com (22.214.171.124): icmp_seq=12 ttl=57 time=60.0 ms 64 bytes from ir1.fp.vip.re1.yahoo.com (126.96.36.199): icmp_seq=13 ttl=56 time=50.0 ms 64 bytes from ir1.fp.vip.re1.yahoo.com (188.8.131.52): icmp_seq=14 ttl=56 time=40.0 ms 64 bytes from ir1.fp.vip.re1.yahoo.com (184.108.40.206): icmp_seq=15 ttl=56 time=50.0 ms
I could post a larger result set but its all the same... every response is rounded to a multiple of 10ms. This wouldn't be a big deal except that the server is running Nagios for monitoring so accurate stats are important. The Nagios check_ping and check_icmp commands are also returning rounded off results. How can I get ping to simply respond with the actual response times rather than a rounded off number?
Cannot get vmware server to work properly running on ubuntu server 9.04
Trying to access the web interface have to highlight the url and keep hitting enter several times to get to the login and after logging in it is real slow and nothing works cannot create virtual machines
Using netcat, nc(1), craft a valid http/1.1 request for getting http headers (not the html file itself!) for the main index page of www dot aalto dot fi. What request method did you use? Which headers did you need to send to the server? What was the status code for the request? Which headers did the server return? Explain the purpose of each header.
nc -v www dot aalto dot fi 8080 HEAD / HTML/1.1 host: www dot aalto dot fi And it returns: 200 OK Content-Length: 858 Content-Type: text/html Last-Modified: Thu, 02 Sep 2010 12:46:01 GMT [Code]....
I really don't know what does it mean. Question 2: Using netcat, nc(1), start a bogus web server listening on the loopback interface port 8080. Verify with netstat(, that the server really is listening where it should be. Direct your browser to the bogus server and capture the User-Agent: header "Direct your browser to the bogus server and capture the User-Agent: header" I don't understand this question.
i am forwarding HTTP request to a internal server, it is quiet successful but access logs donot show the ip of the external m/c. Rather it shows the ip of the machine on which i have enabled port forwarding.
One of our user inform me about some problems in viewing one site that he does not get fresh objects from site's server while site is updated everyday!! After some investigate and dig on headers I get, I found out in response headers that "date" field is for 2 or 3 last week!! 1- Does Squid cache "response headers" ?If so, when user send "If-none-match" or "if-modified-since" in request header the cached "response header" will be updated?
I upgraded to Firefox 4.0.1 (which took a ton of effort, though it'd take five seconds if I had to do it again).Today I fixed the link in the toolbar to open up the new version instead of the old version, by replacing the Firefox folder in the usr/lib folder, and specifying the location and name in the properties of the icon.I realized that somehow I messed up something, and Alt-F2: "firefox" no longer runs firefox. Any ideas about how Alt-F2 works? I'm guessing it's a /bin, but experiments injecting Firefox into /bin's hasn't worked.
I am trying to start a 2nd openvpn service on my server so that clients can connect via udp instead of tcp.However when I run: openvpn /etc/openvpn/openvpn2.conf
I get no response at all.Usually I would expect the startup parameters or at least an error but I get nothing. I have to CTrl+c to get back to the prompt.ANy ideas what I can try?I changed the serve config so it has tun1 instead of tun and also changed the log files to openvpn-status2.log so it doesn't overwrite the other server.I also changed the network so there wouldn't be any IP conflicts. Openvpn1 runs on 172.16.x.x