Bill Landry | 1 Nov 02:30 2004

[SURBL-Discuss] Nice URIDNSBL functionality

Folks, with some of the nice functionality that the SA devs built into the
URIDNSBL plug-in (see
http://spamassassin.apache.org/full/3.0.x/dist/doc/Mail_SpamAssassin_Plugin_URIDNSBL.html),
you can do cool things like:

=====
# URIDNSBL (queries URIs against standard DNSBLs)

uridnsbl  URIBL_AH_DNSBL dnsbl.ahbl.org.   TXT
body      URIBL_AH_DNSBL eval:check_uridnsbl('URIBL_AH_DNSBL')
describe  URIBL_AH_DNSBL Contains a URL listed in the AH DNSBL blocklist
tflags    URIBL_AH_DNSBL net
score     URIBL_AH_DNSBL 0.5

uridnsbl  URIBL_NJA_DNSBL combined.njabl.org.   TXT
body      URIBL_NJA_DNSBL eval:check_uridnsbl('URIBL_NJA_DNSBL')
describe  URIBL_NJA_DNSBL Contains a URL listed in the NJA DNSBL blocklist
tflags    URIBL_NJA_DNSBL net
score     URIBL_NJA_DNSBL 0.5

uridnsbl  URIBL_SBL_XBL sbl-xbl.spamhaus.org.   TXT
body      URIBL_SBL_XBL eval:check_uridnsbl('URIBL_SBL_XBL')
describe  URIBL_SBL_XBL Contains a URL listed in the SBL-XBL DNSBL blocklist
tflags    URIBL_SBL_XBL net
score     URIBL_SBL_XBL 0.5

uridnsbl  URIBL_SORBS_DNSBL dnsbl.sorbs.net.   TXT
body      URIBL_SORBS_DNSBL eval:check_uridnsbl('URIBL_SORBS_DNSBL')
describe  URIBL_SORBS_DNSBL Contains a URL listed in the SORBS DNSBL
blocklist
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Scott Horowitz | 1 Nov 03:56 2004

httpd processes and ram

Okay, I've been slowly pinpointing the problem on my web server (Apache 
1.3.9, RedHat 7.3, 1GB of ram). When I first load Apache and all the 
users start browsing the website/board, the total ram usage goes to 
300+mb. Each httpd process shows about 3-4mb and there tend to be 80-100 
httpd processes at any time, according to top. Things seem fine.

However, as time passes, the httpd processes begin to use more and more 
ram. After only a few hours, if that, many of the httpd processes show 
up as 12+mb each. Is there any reason that they slowly eat away at the 
ram? With a constant number of users browsing the website, the ram usage 
by apache continuously increases for whatever reason until the server 
starts using swap and then the server crashes.

Is it normal for httpd processes to use more ram over time? Even if I do 
a "apachectl restart", the memory doesn't decrease very much (it only 
goes back down to 700+mb). My only solution is to do a complete server 
reboot.

Thanks for any help.

Scott

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hunter | 1 Nov 04:03 2004
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Re: Running apache as NT Service

On Mon, 1 Nov 2004 09:24:11 +1030, Thamm, Russell
<russell.thamm <at> dsto.defence.gov.au> wrote:
> Hi.
> 
> I just upgraded apache from 2.0.47 to 2.0.52.
> 
> Since I use SSL, I didn't use the msi version.
> 
> Instead I downloaded an SSL compatible version from http://brandleadershipmarketing.com/apache/.
> 
> I uninstalled the old service and renamed the old directory (d:\apache -> d:\apache_old).
> 
> I extracted the new version from ZIP to d:\apache, modified the config files to match the old ones,
> copied all the content, password files etc from the old version.
> 
> Everything seems to work perfectly except that I cannot run the new version as an NT service.
> 
> It runs perfectly as a console application. I can access all the content, my Webdav repository
> and the subversion repository. I get no errors in the console window or in the log.
> 
> apache -t informs me that I have no errors in the config file.
> 
> However, when I try to start it as a service, I get the error:
> 
> "The Apache2 service returned service specific error".
> 
> The NT Event log specifies event 7024.
> 
> There is nothing added to the logs. This indicates that apache is not getting as far as accessing the log files.
> 
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hunter | 1 Nov 04:17 2004
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Re: Running apache as NT Service

On Mon, 1 Nov 2004 09:24:11 +1030, Thamm, Russell
<russell.thamm <at> dsto.defence.gov.au> wrote:
> Hi.
> 
> I just upgraded apache from 2.0.47 to 2.0.52.
> 
> Since I use SSL, I didn't use the msi version.
> 
> Instead I downloaded an SSL compatible version from http://brandleadershipmarketing.com/apache/.
> 
> I uninstalled the old service and renamed the old directory (d:\apache -> d:\apache_old).
> 
> I extracted the new version from ZIP to d:\apache, modified the config files to match the old ones,
> copied all the content, password files etc from the old version.
> 
> Everything seems to work perfectly except that I cannot run the new version as an NT service.
> 
> It runs perfectly as a console application. I can access all the content, my Webdav repository
> and the subversion repository. I get no errors in the console window or in the log.
> 
> apache -t informs me that I have no errors in the config file.
> 
> However, when I try to start it as a service, I get the error:
> 
> "The Apache2 service returned service specific error".
> 
> The NT Event log specifies event 7024.
> 
> There is nothing added to the logs. This indicates that apache is not getting as far as accessing the log files.
> 
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Antony Paul | 1 Nov 05:49 2004
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Re: RewriteRule to Tomcat!

I have no idea on why it is not working for https. And I have little
knowledge on mod_rewrite. Have you put the rewrite rule in both http
and https virtual hosts ?. In my knowledge REQUEST_URI does not
include the protocol(https).
  What the browser is displaying when Apache  is not rewriting. Also
enable logging for mod_rewrite to the highest and read the logs to
know what is happening.

rgds
Antony Paul

On Fri, 29 Oct 2004 10:22:49 -0400 (EDT), Simen Fan <simen4fan <at> yahoo.ca> wrote:
> 
> Hi,Antony Paul,
> 
> Thanks! I tried it, not work. Actually, I have following:
> 
> RewriteEngine on
> 
> rewritecond %{REQUEST_URI} !^/ApacheDoc.*$
> 
> #RewriteRule ^/(.*)$ /TomcatDoc [L]
> 
> RewriteRule ^/(.*)$ https://%{SERVER_NAME}/TomcatDoc/$1 [R,L]
> When I access dir "ApacheDoc", apache will not rewrite to TomcatDoc.
> It works for http://myhost, but not works for https://myhost when I need
> both of them to be rewrited to https://myhost/TomcatDoc except using
> http://myhost/ApacheDoc. Any other points? Thanks!
> 
> 
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Alex Broens | 1 Nov 07:42 2004
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Re: [SURBL-Discuss] Nice URIDNSBL functionality

Bill Landry wrote:
> Folks, with some of the nice functionality that the SA devs built into the
> URIDNSBL plug-in (see
> http://spamassassin.apache.org/full/3.0.x/dist/doc/Mail_SpamAssassin_Plugin_URIDNSBL.html),
> you can do cool things like:
> 
> =====
> # URIDNSBL (queries URIs against standard DNSBLs)
> 
> uridnsbl  URIBL_AH_DNSBL dnsbl.ahbl.org.   TXT
> body      URIBL_AH_DNSBL eval:check_uridnsbl('URIBL_AH_DNSBL')
> describe  URIBL_AH_DNSBL Contains a URL listed in the AH DNSBL blocklist
> tflags    URIBL_AH_DNSBL net
> score     URIBL_AH_DNSBL 0.5
> 
> I have been running these additional URI tests for about two weeks and have
> gotten very good results.  If you decide to try out these tests, you may
> want to run them with minimal scores until you see how they are going to
> perform for you in your particular environment.

Bill or anybody,

Will these lookups also work with SA 2.6x/SpamcopURI ?

thanks

Alex
Justin Wehrman | 1 Nov 08:07 2004

PHP startup problem

When I start Apache I get this error:

PHP Warning:  PHP Startup: Unable to load dynamic library 
'c:\\PHP\\ext\\php_mysql.dll' - The specified module could not be
found.\r\n 
in Unknown on line 0

I have checked the folder to make sure php_mysql.dll is there and it is.

Help me please...

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Bill Landry | 1 Nov 08:24 2004

Re: [SURBL-Discuss] Nice URIDNSBL functionality

----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Alex Broens" <surbl <at> alexb.ch>

> > Folks, with some of the nice functionality that the SA devs built into
the
> > URIDNSBL plug-in (see
> >
http://spamassassin.apache.org/full/3.0.x/dist/doc/Mail_SpamAssassin_Plugin_URIDNSBL.html),
> > you can do cool things like:
> >
> > =====
> > # URIDNSBL (queries URIs against standard DNSBLs)
> >
> > uridnsbl  URIBL_AH_DNSBL dnsbl.ahbl.org.   TXT
> > body      URIBL_AH_DNSBL eval:check_uridnsbl('URIBL_AH_DNSBL')
> > describe  URIBL_AH_DNSBL Contains a URL listed in the AH DNSBL blocklist
> > tflags    URIBL_AH_DNSBL net
> > score     URIBL_AH_DNSBL 0.5
> >
> > I have been running these additional URI tests for about two weeks and
have
> > gotten very good results.  If you decide to try out these tests, you may
> > want to run them with minimal scores until you see how they are going to
> > perform for you in your particular environment.
>
> Bill or anybody,
>
> Will these lookups also work with SA 2.6x/SpamcopURI ?

Alex, I'm sure it would work fine for the RHSBLs (in fact, I was using
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Jeff Chan | 1 Nov 08:40 2004

Re: [SURBL-Discuss] Nice URIDNSBL functionality

On Sunday, October 31, 2004, 11:24:33 PM, Bill Landry wrote:
> ----- Original Message ----- 
> From: "Alex Broens" <surbl <at> alexb.ch>

>> > Folks, with some of the nice functionality that the SA devs built into
> the
>> > URIDNSBL plug-in (see
>> >
> http://spamassassin.apache.org/full/3.0.x/dist/doc/Mail_SpamAssassin_Plugin_URIDNSBL.html),
>> > you can do cool things like:
>> >
>> > =====
>> > # URIDNSBL (queries URIs against standard DNSBLs)
>> >
>> > uridnsbl  URIBL_AH_DNSBL dnsbl.ahbl.org.   TXT
>> > body      URIBL_AH_DNSBL eval:check_uridnsbl('URIBL_AH_DNSBL')
>> > describe  URIBL_AH_DNSBL Contains a URL listed in the AH DNSBL blocklist
>> > tflags    URIBL_AH_DNSBL net
>> > score     URIBL_AH_DNSBL 0.5
>> >
>> > I have been running these additional URI tests for about two weeks and
> have
>> > gotten very good results.  If you decide to try out these tests, you may
>> > want to run them with minimal scores until you see how they are going to
>> > perform for you in your particular environment.

>> Will these lookups also work with SA 2.6x/SpamcopURI ?

> Alex, I'm sure it would work fine for the RHSBLs (in fact, I was using
> SpamcopURI against the MailPolice RHSBL before upgrading to SA 3.0.x), but
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Bill Landry | 1 Nov 08:53 2004

Re: [SURBL-Discuss] Nice URIDNSBL functionality

----- Original Message ----- 
From: "Jeff Chan" <jeffc <at> surbl.org>

> >> > Folks, with some of the nice functionality that the SA devs built
into
> > the
> >> > URIDNSBL plug-in (see
> >> >
> >
http://spamassassin.apache.org/full/3.0.x/dist/doc/Mail_SpamAssassin_Plugin_URIDNSBL.html),
> >> > you can do cool things like:
> >> >
> >> > =====
> >> > # URIDNSBL (queries URIs against standard DNSBLs)
> >> >
> >> > uridnsbl  URIBL_AH_DNSBL dnsbl.ahbl.org.   TXT
> >> > body      URIBL_AH_DNSBL eval:check_uridnsbl('URIBL_AH_DNSBL')
> >> > describe  URIBL_AH_DNSBL Contains a URL listed in the AH DNSBL
blocklist
> >> > tflags    URIBL_AH_DNSBL net
> >> > score     URIBL_AH_DNSBL 0.5
> >> >
> >> > I have been running these additional URI tests for about two weeks
and
> > have
> >> > gotten very good results.  If you decide to try out these tests, you
may
> >> > want to run them with minimal scores until you see how they are going
to
> >> > perform for you in your particular environment.
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