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The Apache HTTP Server is an Open Source Web server, which originated from a series of patches to the NCSA HTTPd. Apache is the world's most popular Web server, which is run on 54.90% of all Web servers according to the Netcraft survey conducted July 2010.

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Apache's httpd.conf file has three sections. Section 2 is for the 'Main' server configuration, and Section 3 is for Virtual Hosts. In section 2, one has the option to give their server a name. In t …
asked Feb 2 '15 by user1032531
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I have a three VirtualHosts. The second two utilize wildcards. www.example.com *.sites.example.com (i.e. foo.sites.example.com) *.*.sites.example.com (i.e. foo.bar.sites.example.com) For the seco …
asked Jan 22 '15 by user1032531
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When starting off, I used .htaccess files to instruct Apache how to handle a request. Not only have I read that doing so was inefficient, I found having a multitude of .htaccess files located …
asked Jan 22 '15 by user1032531
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I have a need for multiple subdomains to have a SSL certificate. For instance, the following where the subsite number and subsubsite number could go for ever. subsite1.sites.example.com subsubsite1 …
asked Jan 23 '15 by user1032531
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I recently saw an unexpected error in my error log, and upon investigating, found it repeated many times. What are the deviants trying to accomplish, and is there any risk of them accomplishing it. …
asked Nov 17 '15 by user1032531
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I have an up and running Apache server working with PHP on a Centos 6 server. Apache was installed using yum -y install httpd mod_ssl. I now wish to add Python. I installed Python as follows …
asked Dec 7 '15 by user1032531
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foo.bar.sites.example.com. The following meets the first requirement but not the second. It could be accomplished with mod_rewrite, however, I expect there is a simpler way. I am using Apache 2.2 …
asked Jan 27 '15 by user1032531
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I have two virtual hosts, and have sites1.com and sites2.com pointing to my server. All works fine. <VirtualHost *:80> ServerName site1.com DocumentRoot /var/www/site1/html <Directory "/ …
asked May 22 '15 by user1032531