Gomathi Karthikeyan | 1 Dec 08:06 2011
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Re: Apache service not starting

Hi Eric,


Thanks for the reply. It is now working when we restart apache in command line.

Thanks
Gomathi

On 1 December 2011 02:31, Eric Covener <covener <at> gmail.com> wrote:
What does the Apache error log or event viewer say when you start the
Apache service?

Can you start httpd.exe from the command line without -k ?
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Petr Hracek | 1 Dec 08:15 2011
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Variables goes as REDIRECT_REDIRECT_≤variable_name>

Dear user,

sorry for bother you with that question but I have a problem.
I have setup varible used for authentication names SESSION.
After some redirecting over proxies variable goes as REDIRECT_REDIRECT_SESSION
But my program looks for variable SESSION.

Do you know how to do that setting variable SESSION instead of
REDIRECT_REDIRECT_SESSION?

Thank you in advance

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Worx | 1 Dec 12:11 2011

[mod_proxy] Apache reverse proxy status code transparency

Hi,

I have an Apache as an Reverse proxy.

Client ------ HTTPS-----> Apache + Mod_proxy ------ HTTP ----> Webserver

When the webserver send a response with HTTP status code 430, apache 
reverse proxy change this status code to 500.

Do you have an idea, how i can configure Apache to be status code 
transparency ?

We use status code 430, because our webserver use HTTP REST.

Thanks for your help !

Worx

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Igor Galić | 1 Dec 13:11 2011

Re: [mod_proxy] Apache reverse proxy status code transparency


----- Original Message -----
> Hi,
> 
> I have an Apache as an Reverse proxy.
> 
> Client ------ HTTPS-----> Apache + Mod_proxy ------ HTTP ---->
> Webserver
> 
> When the webserver send a response with HTTP status code 430, apache
> reverse proxy change this status code to 500.

That sounds like a bug to me. This is a 4xx type code and as such should
probably be proxied.

> Do you have an idea, how i can configure Apache to be status code
> transparency ?
> 
> We use status code 430, because our webserver use HTTP REST.

Can you please open a bug for this?

> Thanks for your help !
> 
> Worx

So long,
i

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Alexander W. Janssen | 2 Dec 22:44 2011
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Troubles with mod_rewrite and htaccess

Hi!

I want to do a RewriteRule in a .htaccess, but it only works, if I set
"AllowOverride All" in the <DIrectory>. But the manual says, an
"AllowOverride FileInfo" should be enough.

https://httpd.apache.org/docs/2.2/mod/mod_rewrite.html#rewriterule

Yet, if I only set "AllowOverride FileInfo", the Apache gives me a HTTP 500.

Any ideas? Did I do something wrong? Did I find a bug? Is the manual wrong?

Cheers, Alex.

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Eric Covener | 2 Dec 23:01 2011
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Re: Troubles with mod_rewrite and htaccess

On Sat, Dec 3, 2011 at 5:44 AM, Alexander W. Janssen
<alexander.janssen <at> gmail.com> wrote:
> Hi!
>
> I want to do a RewriteRule in a .htaccess, but it only works, if I set
> "AllowOverride All" in the <DIrectory>. But the manual says, an
> "AllowOverride FileInfo" should be enough.
>
> https://httpd.apache.org/docs/2.2/mod/mod_rewrite.html#rewriterule
>
> Yet, if I only set "AllowOverride FileInfo", the Apache gives me a HTTP 500.
>
> Any ideas? Did I do something wrong? Did I find a bug? Is the manual wrong?

Maybe it's a different htaccess file, what does the error log say?

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Dr. Sunil M. Dogra | 3 Dec 07:57 2011
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name-server

Hi
I have Scientific Linux 5.6 (64bit) and have installed webserver.
when I do

service httpd status

it shows its running and also when I open the page on same machine it opens the page.

I have also registered my domain name (cdrstdu.edu.in) with my registrar. But I still could not open the page.

Any help for debugging?

With Best Regards
sunil

Øyvind Lode | 3 Dec 12:12 2011
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RE: name-server

I can see that the domain is registered but I can't reach any dns servers.

loke:~$ host cdrstdu.edu.in
;; connection timed out; no servers could be reached
loke:~$ host -t NS cdrstdu.edu.in
;; connection timed out; no servers could be reached
loke:~$ whois cdrstdu.edu.in | grep -i 'name server'
Name Server:CDRSTDU.EDU.IN
Name Server:TIER-3.CDRSTDU.EDU.IN
loke:~$

You need to configure the 2 name servers to hold your domains zone info (like A records etc to point to your
servers IP).

If you have already done so it's just taking a while to replicate.

When the dns records are up and running apache should serve the contents of the site.

-----Original Message-----
From: Dr. Sunil M. Dogra [mailto:smdogra <at> gmail.com] 
Sent: 3. desember 2011 07:58
To: users <at> httpd.apache.org
Subject: [users <at> httpd] name-server

Hi
I have Scientific Linux 5.6 (64bit) and have installed webserver.
when I do 

service httpd status 

it shows its running and also when I open the page on same machine it opens the page.

I have also registered my domain name (cdrstdu.edu.in) with my registrar. But I still could not open the page.

Any help for debugging?

With Best Regards
sunil

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Dr. Sunil M. Dogra | 3 Dec 12:32 2011
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Re: name-server


Thank you for email.


On Sat, Dec 3, 2011 at 4:42 PM, Øyvind Lode <forums <at> lode.is> wrote:
I can see that the domain is registered but I can't reach any dns servers.

loke:~$ host cdrstdu.edu.in
;; connection timed out; no servers could be reached
loke:~$ host -t NS cdrstdu.edu.in
;; connection timed out; no servers could be reached
loke:~$ whois cdrstdu.edu.in | grep -i 'name server'
Name Server:CDRSTDU.EDU.IN
Name Server:TIER-3.CDRSTDU.EDU.IN
loke:~$

You need to configure the 2 name servers to hold your domains zone info (like A records etc to point to your servers IP).


How to do this, or who should I know that its done. I am little newer to Apache.
 
With Best Regards
sunil


If you have already done so it's just taking a while to replicate.

When the dns records are up and running apache should serve the contents of the site.

-----Original Message-----
From: Dr. Sunil M. Dogra [mailto:smdogra <at> gmail.com]
Sent: 3. desember 2011 07:58
To: users <at> httpd.apache.org
Subject: [users <at> httpd] name-server

Hi
I have Scientific Linux 5.6 (64bit) and have installed webserver.
when I do

service httpd status

it shows its running and also when I open the page on same machine it opens the page.

I have also registered my domain name (cdrstdu.edu.in) with my registrar. But I still could not open the page.

Any help for debugging?

With Best Regards
sunil


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Lester Caine | 3 Dec 12:45 2011
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Re: name-server

Dr. Sunil M. Dogra wrote:
> I have also registered my domain name (cdrstdu.edu.in <http://cdrstdu.edu.in>)
> with my registrar. But I still could not open the page.

Registering the domain is not the same as 'hosting' it. You need to have the an 
ISP or registrar who actually provide a means of pointing YOUR ip address to the 
domain name. I register domains via my ISP, and they handle the DNS side of 
things and then I can set that link to my local ip address. In addition you need 
a fixed IP address locally for this.

An alternative is registering with one of the 'dynamic dns' providers who will 
compensate for a change of ip address if you don't have a static one.

e need a little more info on how you access the internet ;)

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