Getting Apache Up and Running in Visual Studio .NET

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3 Getting Apache Up and Running
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AccessFileName
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The AccessFileName directive defines the name of the per-directory access control configuration file The default name htaccess has a leading period to hide the file from normal directory listing under Unix systems The only reason to change the name to something else is to increase security by obscurity, which is not much of a reason However, if you do change the filename to something else, make sure that you change the regular expression ^\ht to ^\whatever where whatever is the first view character of what you set AccessFileName to
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The following <Files > container tells Apache to disallow access to any file that starts with a ht (that is, the htaccess or htpasswd) This corresponds to the default %AccessFileName%
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<Files ~ ^\ht > Order allow,deny Deny from all </Files>
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Next directive is UseCanonicalName, which is set to On It tells Apache to create all self-referencing URLs using %ServerName%:%Port% format Leaving it on is a good idea
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The TypesConfig directive points to the mime configuration file mimetypes that resides in the default conf directory You do not need to change it unless you have relocated this file
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The DefaultType directive sets the Content-Type header for any file whose MIME type cannot be determined from the file extension For example if you have a file %DocumentRoot%/myfile, then Apache uses the %DefaultType, which is set to text/plain, as the content type for the file This means that when the Web browser requests and receives such a file in response, it will display the contents in the same way it will display a plain-text file Now, if you think most of your unknown file contents should be treated as HTML, then use text/html in place of text/plain
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The next <IfModule > container tells Apache to enable the MIME magic module (mod_mime_magic) if it exists, and to use the %MIMEMagicFile% as the magic information (bytes patterns) needed to identify MIME-type files The default should be left alone unless you want to change the path of the magic file
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Part I Getting Started
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<IfModule mod_mime_magicc> MIMEMagicFile conf/magic </IfModule>
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The HostnameLookups directive tells Apache to enable DNS lookup per request if it is set to On However, the default setting is Off and therefore no DNS lookup is performed to process a request, which speeds up response time Performing a DNS lookup to resolve an IP address to the host name is a time-consuming step for a busy server and should only be done using the logresolve utility as discussed in 8 Leave the default as is
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The ErrorLog directive is very important It points to the log file dedicated to recording server errors The default value of logs/errors translates to %ServerRoot%/logs/error_log, which should work for you, unless you want to write a log in a different place Generally, it is a good idea to create a log partition for keeping your logs It is also preferable that your log partition be on one or more dedicated log disks If you have such a hardware configuration, you might want to change the directive to point to a new log path
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LogLevel
The LogLevel directive sets the level of logging that will be done The default value of warn is sufficient for getting started The LogFormat directives dictate what is logged and in what format it is logged In most cases, you should be able to live with the defaults, so let s not make any changes before you read 8
CustomLog
The CustomLog directive sets the path for the access log, which stores you server hits By default it uses the common log format (CLF), which is defined in the preceding LogFormat directive Consider the advice about keeping logs on their own disk and partition, and make changes to the path if necessary
A good bit of advice for all logs, regardless of which directory you keep the logs in, is to make sure that only the primary server process has write access in that directory This is a major security issue, because allowing other users or processes to write to the log directory can potentially mean someone unauthorized might be able to take over your primary Web server process UID, which is normally the root account