Apache: Phrase Book: Essential Code and Commands by Daniel Lopez, Jesus Blanco

By Daniel Lopez, Jesus Blanco

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Html. Most Linux distributions also include their own generic watchdog scripts that can be adapted to work with Apache. Merging and Splitting Log Files When you have a cluster of web servers serving the same content, it is often necessary to merge logs from all servers into a unique log file before passing it to analysis tools. Similarly, if a single Apache server handles several virtual hosts, sometimes it is necessary to split a single log file into different files, one per each virtual host.

RemoveHandler can be used to remove previous associations. In the example, AddHandler tells Apache to treat all documents with cgi or pl extensions as CGI scripts. The SetHandler directive enables you to associate a handler with all files in a particular directory or location. The Action directive, described later in this chapter, enables you to associate a particular MIME type or handler with a CGI script. Understanding MIME Types MIME (Multipurpose Internet Mail Extensions) is a set of standards that defines, among other things, a way to indicate the content type of a document.

Next, ensure that your Alias directives point to the right locationthat is, to the location your target documents are located. Make sure that you did not misspell or accidentally delete the target directory. Finally, check for incorrect redirects, including "trailing slashes" and the ServerName issues described earlier in this chapter. Access Forbidden If the document exists but you are told that you have been forbidden from accessing it, check for a number of common errors. Ensure that the owner of the Apache process has permission to read the file.

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