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How much to charge for project support after one year? [closed]

We did a project and the cost includes one year bug fixes and supporting. How much should we charge for supporting the website for another one year? is there a formula or standard way to calculate ...
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Storing user uploaded images / files in multi server env

In a multi server system, e.g. a load balancer, multiple web servers and a database server, where do you store the files / images users upload when each web server will need access? Before now I've ...
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Architecture design for a web application that runs SSH connections to remote servers

This is a followup to my question here. I have to make a web GUI for a library that manages remote clusters via SSH. The main point is that this library spawns threads and subprocesses (Popen) ...
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The best way of coding web system in term of performance [closed]

So far I've been using IPB and my custom scripts all coded in PHP but I am really disappointed of the long term performance of it. I would like to move to native coding, the learning time to put into ...
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What are the PHP web server architecture components and the purpose of each one of them?

Given below is an image of a basic PHP web server architecture: Would someone please explain the several components available and how they interact? I'm more concerned of how the PHP Core operates ...
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What's the simplest way to provide a portable, locally running webservice server application?

We have a large website running that offers a JsonRpc web service. For offline demonstration purposes, I want to realize a portable, locally running webserver with a minimalistic feature replication ...
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What are some of the major differences in process management between CGI and newer (better) technologies?

I know CGI spawns a new process for every HTTP request that it serves, while servlets use one Java process to serve many requests. What do other technologies (rails, WSGI/django, mod_php, asp.net ...
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Are there any non-blocking web servers for Java?

I was studying about the infrastructure being used by Facebook, as I was developing a website based on social interaction for a university project. Facebook is using Tornado Web Server as its ...