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2210 2220 Multiple Daemons Configuration A Running multiple daemons B Multiple daemon verification Number of httpd Processes Alias CGI Scripts A ScriptAlias directive B AddHandler directive How to Configure CGI A Enable within certain directories
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Introduction
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Apache Initialization Log Files A /var/apache/logs/access_log B host C ident D authuser E date F request G status H bytes Log File Formats A Design your own log files format
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2310 Benchmarking A ab
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System Utilities
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2410 Creating a CGI script A Content of CGI output B Server environment C Form handler D Basic redirect Performance Monitoring A mod_status B ExtendedStatus C server-info Some Good Log Analysis Tools A Webalizer B Analog C Wusage D Summary E Logresolve
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Apache and Networking
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3110 What Is TCP/IP and How Does Apache Use It A HTTP B Headers
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Introduction
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3210 3220 3230 3240 Virtual Hosting A Configuring separate daemons Directing the Request to a Virtual Host Single Daemon/Virtual Hosting IP-Based Virtual Hosting A device B aliasnumber C address Name-Based Virtual Hosting A Virtual hosting with one IP address B Virtual hosting using mixed methods
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3310 URL Rewriting mod_rewrite A CondPattern TestString
Apache and Security
Theory of Operation
4110 4120 Security Concerns Security Policies A hostsallow and hostsdeny B motd and issue files C US encryption export laws Authentication Securing Apache A Apache user Vulnerabilities A Trojan horses B Viruses C Worms D Spoofing E Buffer overruns
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Security Issues with CGI A System calls B Buffer overruns The Apache Proxy Server A Advantages of the Apache proxy B Obtaining the Apache proxy C Obtaining documentation D mod_proxy Firewalls A Types of firewalls B Proxy server firewalls C IP masquerading proxy servers D Firewalls and network architecture E Securing the firewall machine F What to do if attacked Password Protection
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4210 4220 4230 Apache, Users, and Groups Permissions Access Control A AllowOverride B Order, Allow, and Deny C Testing D Anonymous access Setting Up the Apache Proxy A Proxy-specific directives B Server-side configuration Security Fundamentals A Permissions B Scripting C SuExec D Matrix of ideal permissions User Access Control A Common access controls Enabling Content from Home Directories A UserDir html
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Introduction
Access Directives A AuthType B AuthName C AuthName Private Documents Defining within httpdconf A Defining within control files
Shells and Commands
4310 4320 Checksums A PGP and checksums Password Authentication A User B Group
System Utilities
4410 Server-side Includes A Basic commands B Variables XSSI A Shell commands B Including files C Executing scripts D Embedding XSSIs E Conditional statements ModSSL vs Apache+SSL A SSL mod_ssl B SSL Secure Sockets Layer (SSL) C Implementing SLL in Apache D Legal issues
Apache and Troubleshooting
5110 5120 5130 5140 5150 Online Troubleshooting Resources Tracking Down an Apache Core Dump Some Useful Sites Configuration Issues Logging Problems
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Knowledge Matrix
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Installation and Configuration
Objectives
Define the evolution of Apache List the Apache levels of configuration Define Apache configuration options and methods
Theory of Operations
Almost two-thirds of the Web servers on the Internet use Apache (see Figure 11) Apache is common for the same reason that screwdrivers and crescent wrenches are common doing a job right takes the proper tool Apache is an excellent tool for World Wide Web hosting Although Apache may not perform well in some benchmark tests, it performs extremely well in the field It is a fully capable, industrial-strength Web server that is able to compete with other servers that are much more costly to purchase or license It is extremely stable and has been heavily tested over the years in many different environments and platforms The
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developers of Apache emphasize performance above all else Webmasters will appreciate the richness of features that can be implemented on a site served by Apache
History of Apache
Apache is based on NCSA s httpd, a daemon that was first used in the early years of the Internet Rob McCool was the creator of the NCSA Web server and continued his work on it until 1994 No single programmer took his place, but the server continued to grow in popularity After his departure from the project, incompatibilities between versions began to develop Web administrators had to make changes on their own if they wanted to fix bugs or add features Eventually, a group of administrators began working together to regain control of the project Their efforts created a single path through which patches and enhancements to httpd could be submitted The name of the project is derived from its origins: a series of patches applied to the original httpd daemon The project came to be known as a patchy server, and from there, Apache server