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The following example is taken from an active Apache install and represents a logging facility that has been enabled by default:
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Other options that are frequently used with configure are those that relate to modules Apache comes with a number of modules that increase its functionality Some of the modules are installed and enabled by default; others need to be selected at compile time As mentioned earlier, there are three methods that can be used to enable modules How a module is implemented is determined by how it is enabled with configure One module that comes with Apache but is not enabled by default is the mod_info module This module allows access to detailed information about the server through a convenient Web interface To enable it as a static module, invoke configure as follows:
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$ /configure --enable-module=info
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Here are the options to enable the same module with DSO support:
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$ /configure --enable-module=info \ --enable-shared=info
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If there is more than one option, using the line break escape character (\) will allow everything to fit on the command line in a coherent manner To simply experiment with the available options without having to specify every feature, include most modules as DSO modules with the following options:
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$ /configure --enable-module=most \ --enable-shared=max
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For details about the many available arguments for use with configure, read the INSTALL file in the main source directory
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There are several configuration files within the Apache source tree It is strongly recommended that these not be altered Users may want to read some of them to see how the install works, but altering them could have unpredictable results on how things are installed For reliable compiles and installs, customization should be done strictly with configure options After invoking configure with or without options, there will be some text output as the scripts prepare the sources Most systems that have been installed with a developer option should have everything needed to compile Otherwise, the configure script will stop with an error that provides hints as to what might be wrong Use the error message to determine what additional components should be installed
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Turning on cgi scripts for the entire server poses a security threat Someone can create a cgi file in a location other than the Web directory or another specified location; he or she can execute the script at a later date unbeknownst to the Webmaster In short, it is better to allow cgi files in only one directory It is much easier to monitor one directory than an entire server The following subsections outline a few directives for enabling CGI scripts with which you should become familiar
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The ScriptAlias directive defines a directory where CGI scripts are expected to be Any script placed here, with proper permissions, will be available to any directory:
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ScriptAlias /cgi-bin/ /usr/local/share/apache/cgi-bin/"
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The AddHandler directive tells Apache the extension to look for on CGI scripts
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Processing of Requests
Requests from the network proceed through a series of stages inside Apache At each stage, modules may deal with the request Each hook can
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succeed, defer to another module, or return an HTTP error response In addition, they can modify the request object as it is seen by later stages In order, these stages are as follows: 1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 URI to file name translation Authentication Authentication access checking Nonauthentication access checking Determining MIME type Fixups Sending the response Logging the request
These stages match the Apache documentation phases Modules may start subrequests, in which Apache asks itself what would happen in response to a client request For example, the module that produces directory indices (mod_autoindex) performs a subrequest to find information about each of the files in a directory Separate from subrequests, Apache can redirect the request to a different location Apache does this either as an internal redirect, in which it generates the content that would have been produced by the new request, or by an external redirect, in which Apache sends a response code to the client identifying a different location to use