Tom Miller | 1 Jun 01:22 2002

running two apache servers

not to sound completly dumb, i do know that there are some applications you can only have a single instance  of that application running is it possiable to run two instances on a single server 
 
apache_2.0.36-win32-x86-no_ssl.msi 
windows 2000 advanced server
 
thanks
tom
rm | 1 Jun 01:59 2002

Re: running two apache servers

On Fri, 2002-05-31 at 18:22, Tom Miller wrote:
> not to sound completly dumb, i do know that there are some applications you can only have a single instance 
of that application running is it possiable to run two instances on a single server 
> 
> apache_2.0.36-win32-x86-no_ssl.msi 
> windows 2000 advanced server
> 
> thanks 
> tom

Tom,

Jeeze man, the list just went through this about 20 times last week.  If
you check the archives I believe you'll find you can - but there are a
few "gotchas"

Regis
Jubal Kessler | 1 Jun 04:13 2002

[repost] Bug in mod_autoindex and 2.0.36?

Howdy,

I'm fooling with 2.0.36 and the mod_autoindex module on my home
laptop. I just noticed that a directory listing shows the icon for
some directories as folders, and other directories as HTML files.
Those shown as folders have no DirectoryIndex-recognized values,
i.e. index.html, inside them. If one is found, though, the link is
shown with an HTML file icon.

I'm using no special configuration for IndexOptions, so this seems
to be a default. I'd personally like to see all directories appear
as folder icons, rather than Apache being over-smart and describing
some directories as HTML files. Is this a bug or feature, and/or are
there options I can pass to IndexOptions to suppress this behavior?

Thanks in advance.

Jubal Kessler
Yaman Kumar | 1 Jun 15:51 2002
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RE: Urgent help needed

Hi,
It was not successful in configuring apache 1.3.22 with Tomcat-4.0.x with
AJP connector, Could You send your configuration files if possible to cross
check..

Thanks in advance,
Yaman

-----Original Message-----
From: Khalid El-Kary [mailto:khalid_kary <at> hotmail.com]
Sent: Sunday, 26 May 2002 1:10 AM
To: users <at> httpd.apache.org
Subject: Re: Urgent help needed

Hi,
i think u should
try to run Tomcat as standalone before integrating it with apache the
documentation  for this will be available with your tomcat docs
or here http://jakarta.apache.org/tomcat/tomcat-4.0-doc/RUNNING.txt

if you face any specific problems send here again, after you make sure that
tomcat is good and running with you Java SDK you can integrate it with
apache, available also in your docs or here

http://jakarta.apache.org/tomcat/tomcat-4.0-doc/config/ajp.html

also if you face problems just send here .. good luck

yours,
khalid

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Steve Leach | 1 Jun 13:24 2002

Try again with Header Response Query :-0

Group,
Sorry to harp on, but I am still trying to determine what I can do to solve this!
Perhaps I need a different forum? Is there any developer that I could ask?

We are using Windows NT4 (we are unable to migrate at present due to application constraints), and trying to migrate from IIS4 to Apache 2.0.36. We have a system whereby users make requests and information is returned to them - this can be through http, WAP or PDA's
 
The sequence is this:

a. We issue a request to the Apache server which calls an existing request.dll file (works using mod_isapi)
b. The request.dll executes and returns the requested file type which could be a .html or .wml (or .xml, .gif, .jpg etc) file
c. Apache delivers a complete response header including mime type
d. This precludes the .DLL from returning it's own mime type or any other header value it may wish to include (cookie: etc).

Now to my mind, this could equally apply to a CGI program (instead of request.dll). Should Apache be attempting to define a mime type that it has no way of knowing the content of  as it is delivered by the .dll (or CGI)?
How can Apache interpret something that is delivered without it's direct knowledge - or in fact is it delivered WITH it's knowledge.

I hope I am explaining this sufficiently? I am perhaps not a programmer by nature - and couch this in terms of visible response to a query

At the moment the fact that the .dll returns the mime type, and then another mime type is returned by Apache, breaks our system. We can accomodate the mime type by switching ours off - but Apache delivers the wrong type as it cannot know what the .dll is returning to the user......or am I missing the point completely?
 
Thank you in advance for any information supplied.
 
 
Best Regards,
 
Steve Leach
Network Manager
Mi-Int Limited
e-mail: sleach <at> askalix.com
Best Regards,
 
Steve Leach
Network Manager
Mi-Int Limited
Eaglescliffe Logistics Centre
Durham Lane
Egglescliffe
URL: http://www.askalix.com
TEL: 01642 356205
e-mail: sleach <at> askalix.com
jehova | 2 Jun 03:47 2002
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mozilla3.01 'GET'

im learning to admin  apache 1.3.24 and i found that
mozilla 3.01 request files that contain blank spaces without
%20 character (blank space). e.g image file like this:

cats and dogs.png

apears on /var/log/httpd-access.log file:

200.30.47.70 - - [01/Jun/2002:16:26:39 -0700] "GET 
/thumbs/catsanddogs.png HTTP/1.0" 200 20974 "-" "Mozilla/3.01 
(compatible;)"

and produces this output on /var/log/httpd-error.log file:

Sat Jun  1 16:26:39 2002] [error] [client 200.30.47.70] File does 
not exist: /usr/local/www/data/thumbs/catsanddogs.png

and same file requested from any other browser (not mozilla 3.01)
apears on /var/log/httpd-access.log file:

200.65.47.194 - - [01/Jun/2002:17:24:54 -0700] "GET 
/thumbs/cats%20and%20dogs.png HTTP/1.1" 200 22593 
"http://200.38.22.70/" "Mozilla/4.0 (compatible; MSIE 5.01; 
Windows 98)"
and this works well without any error logs.

How i can correct my conf for support this mozilla 3.01 (bug?)
without rename my images?

                                                       
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J.P. Wadkin C9951627 | 2 Jun 15:21 2002
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Apache 1.3 .22 - "advanced" authentication question

All,
 
I've searched the Net, archives and FAQs - can't find an answer or anything close to an answer for this question...
 
<Directory "/usr/local/apache/htdocs/someDirectory">
   AuthType Basic
   AuthName "Some secure directory"
   AuthUserFile /usr/local/apache/seeds/sesame
   Require group someGroup
   Allow from xxx.xxx. except xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx
   Satisfy any
</Directory>
 
A Perl script fetches HTML documents, alters them and serves them to the client. In doing so, it makes it appear that the document requests are originating internally rather than externally. This has the net effect of bypassing security. I wanted to simply "allow" all local IP addresses "except" the Web Server, otherwise "require" a username and password. The Perl script is on one server, the documents are on another.
 
Any ideas?
 
Many thanks,
 
John
Joshua Slive | 2 Jun 16:01 2002
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Re: Apache 1.3 .22 - "advanced" authentication question

J.P. Wadkin C9951627 wrote:
> All,
>  
> I've searched the Net, archives and FAQs - can't find an answer or 
> anything close to an answer for this question...
>  
> <Directory "/usr/local/apache/htdocs/someDirectory">
>    AuthType Basic
>    AuthName "Some secure directory"
>    AuthUserFile /usr/local/apache/seeds/sesame
>    Require group someGroup
>    Allow from xxx.xxx. except xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx

See:
http://httpd.apache.org/docs-2.0/mod/mod_access.html
Order allow,deny
Allow from xxx.xxx
Deny from xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx

Joshua.
Lior Hammer | 3 Jun 03:17 2002

Problem with CGI

Hello,
I have a littele problem with CGI under RedHat Linux 7.2 with Apache 1.3.22
i exec these commands:

mkdir /perl
ln -s /usr/bin/perl /perl/perl

Then, i added these lines to my httpd.conf:

ScriptAlias /perl_location/ "/perl/"
AddType application/x-httpd-prl .cgi .pl
Action application/x-httpd-prl "/perl_location/perl"

Then i restarted Apache.
When i went to a CGI URL, i got an "Internal Server Error" page, and in my
error log, i saw this line:

[Sun Jun  2 15:30:27 2002] [error] [client 10.0.0.3] Premature end of script
headers: /perl_location/perl

What is the problem could be?
Thankyou.
Lior Hammer | 3 Jun 03:27 2002

Re: Problem with CGI

Oops...
fixing some mistakes...
----- Original Message -----
From: "Lior Hammer" <lior <at> lior.ath.cx>
To: <users <at> httpd.apache.org>
Sent: Sunday, June 02, 2002 6:17 PM
Subject: Problem with CGI

> Hello,
> I have a littele problem with CGI under RedHat Linux 7.2 with Apache
1.3.22
> i exec these commands:
>
> mkdir /perl
> ln -s /usr/bin/perl /perl/perl
>
> Then, i added these lines to my httpd.conf:
>
> ScriptAlias /perl_location/ "/perl/"
> AddType application/x-httpd-prl .cgi .pl
> Action application/x-httpd-prl "/perl_location/perl"
>
> Then i restarted Apache.
> When i went to a CGI URL, i got an "Internal Server Error" page, and in my
> error log, i saw this line:
>
> [Sun Jun  2 15:30:27 2002] [error] [client 10.0.0.3] Premature end of
script
> headers: /perl/perl
>
> What is the problem could be?
> Thankyou.
>
>
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