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Allocate 20 ports per each application
Each application instance must have a unique name
Each application must have a unique context root
Applications must be classified as Internal or External
Applications must run on at least two servers per hosting location
ASP Session ID (aspsessionid)
Java Session ID (jsessionid)
Load Balancer cookies
All the above
A firewall rejecting TCP packets for the socket.
The backend database is failing or not running.
TCP session timeout settings on a firewall.
A & C
A & B
The certifcate is not issued by a trusted authority.
There is no intermediate certificate in the chain of trust.
The common name (CN) attribute does not match the requested site name.
The start time and the end time are in the future.
Use the same VIP names in configurations in different data centers.
Use the same IP addresses for the same service in different data centers.
Fail services between data centers without failing sites around.
The site must have a ServerName that is unique accross all parts configured for the Apache instance.
The site must have a wildcard certificate.
The wildcard site must be the first site loaded for any port that will run wildcard sites.
The site must share a common log file with all other sites in the Apache instance.
The site may only be configured to service requests for sites that all share the same domain name.
Perform a deep inspection of an HTTP request and determine which application a request is meant for?
Spread load across all Apache servers, decreasing the load sent to a slow server.
Replace the "citistreet.net" and "apptoapp.net" DNS views by proxying DNS queries and manipulating DNS responses based upon cross data center topology and performance knowledge.
Correlate all the sockets used in an RMI call and track state across calls based upon the source IP of the request.
Stop load to a properly configured application that deliberately requests such due to errors, backlog requests, or the need to run an intensive background task.
Firewall blocking ping access to VIP
VIP name not in dns
Application is down causing VIP to be down
Pings are not allowed on Web Server
The appliciation is down
The IP Address is incorrect
A firewall is blocking access to the VIP on this port
The vip name is not in DNS
DNS is invalid for print_footer.jpg
Apache or application is down. Restart Apache and/or application.
The image is missing. Deploy image to proper apache directory
Permissions are wrong on image file.