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Comment:Fix a formatting issue on the load-management documentation page.
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User & Date: drh 2020-03-26 10:40:42
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2020-03-26
13:11
Improvements to the "Notification" setup screen. Take steps to ensure that the email address does not get cleared when editing subscriber preferences. (check-in: 60d40d5b user: drh tags: trunk)
10:40
Fix a formatting issue on the load-management documentation page. (check-in: c2c998d9 user: drh tags: trunk)
05:30
Removed obsolete reference to the historical limitation of the grep command accepting only a single filename. (check-in: 30a2af8e user: stephan tags: trunk)
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2.  Page requests can be configured to fail with a
    “[503 Server Overload][503]” HTTP error if an expensive request is
    received while the host load average is too high.

Both of these load-control mechanisms are turned off by default, but
they are recommended for high-traffic sites.

The webpage cache is activated using the [`fossil cache
init`](/help/cache) command-line on the server.  Add a `-R` option to
specify the specific repository for which to enable caching.  If running
this command as root, be sure to “`chown`” the cache database to give
the Fossil server write permission for the user ID of the web server;
this is a separate file in the same directory and with the same name as
the repository but with the “`.fossil`” suffix changed to “`.cache`”.

To activate the server load control feature visit the Admin → Access







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2.  Page requests can be configured to fail with a
    “[503 Server Overload][503]” HTTP error if an expensive request is
    received while the host load average is too high.

Both of these load-control mechanisms are turned off by default, but
they are recommended for high-traffic sites.

The webpage cache is activated using the [`fossil cache init`](/help/cache)
command-line on the server.  Add a `-R` option to
specify the specific repository for which to enable caching.  If running
this command as root, be sure to “`chown`” the cache database to give
the Fossil server write permission for the user ID of the web server;
this is a separate file in the same directory and with the same name as
the repository but with the “`.fossil`” suffix changed to “`.cache`”.

To activate the server load control feature visit the Admin → Access