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The Options directive controls which server features are available in a particular directory Syntax: Options [+|-]option [+|-]option Default setting: None Context: All Override: Options (see Table 4-1)
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When this directive is set to None, none of the extra features are enabled for the context in which the directive is used
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All the possible settings for this directive are listed in Table 4-1
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Table 4-1 Options directive settings
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Setting None All ExecCGI FollowSymLinks What It Means No options All options except for MultiViews Execution of CGI scripts is permitted The server follows symbolic links in the directory However, the server does not change the pathname used to match against <Directory> sections SSI commands are permitted A restricted set of SSI commands can be embedded in the SSI pages The SSI commands that are not allowed are #exec and #include If a URL that maps to a directory is requested and there is no DirectoryIndex (for example, indexhtml) in that directory, then the server returns a formatted listing of the directory The server only follows symbolic links for which the target file or directory is owned by the same user as the link Enables content negotiation based on a document s language
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Includes IncludesNOEXEC
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Use the + and - signs to enable or disable an option in the Options directive For example, the following configuration segment shows two directory containers in a single configuration file such as accessconf:
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<Directory /www/myclient/public/htdocs > Options Indexes MultiViews </Directory> <Directory /www/myclient/public/htdocs> Options Includes </Directory>
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The /www/myclient/public/htdocs will only have the Includes option set However, if the second <Directory> section uses the + and - signs as follows:
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<Directory /www/myclient/public/htdocs> Options +Includes -Indexes </Directory>
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then the options MultiViews and Includes are set for the specified directory When you apply multiple Options, be aware that the narrowest context always takes precedence over the broader context For example:
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ServerName wwwdomaincom Options ExecCGI Includes <VirtualHost 1122331122331> ServerName wwwmyclientcom Options -ExecCGI -Includes <Directory /www/myclient/public/htdocs/ssi > Options Includes </Directory> </VirtualHost>
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In this example, the main server enables both CGI execution and SSIs by setting the Options directive to ExecCGI and Includes The virtual host wwwmyclientcom disables both of these options, however, using the -ExecCGI and -Includes settings in its own Options directive Finally, the virtual host has another Options directive for the /www/myclient/public/htdocs/ssi directory, that enables SSI execution Note that Includes is the only option that is set for the /www/ myclient/public/htdocs/ssi directory As you can see, if the Options directive uses the + or - signs, then the values are added or subtracted from the current Options list On the other hand, if the Options directive does not use the relative + or - signs, then the values for that container will completely override any previous Options directives
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The Port directive assigns a port number in the range of 0 to 65535 to a host In the absence of any Listen or BindAddress directive specifying a port number, the Port directive sets the network port on which the server listens If any Listen or BindAddress directive specifies a port number, then the Port directive has no effect on which address the server listens at The Port directive sets the SERVER_PORT environment variable (for CGI and Server-Side Include (SSI)), and is used when the server must generate a URL that refers to itself Syntax: Port number Default setting: Port 80 Context: Server config Although you can specify a port number between 0 and 65535, there is one restriction that you should keep in mind All the port numbers below 1024 are reserved for standard services such as TELNET, SMTP, POP3, HTTP, and FTP You can locate all the port number assignments to standard services in your /etc/services file