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  • Compiling Apache for Microsoft Windows - Apache HTTP Server
    rc5 no idea ms ssleay32 def nmake nmake f makefile dbg Optional zlib sources for mod deflate Zlib must be installed into a srclib subdirectory named zlib however those sources need not be compiled The build system will compile the compression sources directly into the mod deflate module Zlib can be obtained from http www gzip org zlib mod deflate is confirmed to build correctly with version 1 1 4 Command Line Build First unpack the Apache distribution into an appropriate directory Open a command line prompt and cd to that directory The master Apache makefile instructions are contained in the Makefile win file To compile Apache on Windows NT simply use one of the following commands to compiled the release or debug build respectively nmake f Makefile win apacher nmake f Makefile win apached Either command will compile Apache The latter will include debugging information in the resulting files making it easier to find bugs and track down problems Developer Studio Workspace IDE Build Apache can also be compiled using VC s Visual Studio development environment To simplify this process a Visual Studio workspace Apache dsw is provided This workspace exposes the entire list of working dsp projects that are required for the complete Apache binary release It includes dependencies between the projects to assure that they are built in the appropriate order Open the Apache dsw workspace and select InstallBin Release or Debug build as desired as the Active Project InstallBin causes all related project to be built and then invokes Makefile win to move the compiled executables and dlls You may personalize the INSTDIR choice by changing InstallBin s Settings General tab Build command line entry INSTDIR defaults to the Apache2 directory If you only want a test compile without installing you may build the BuildBin project instead The dsp project files are distributed in Visual C 6 0 format Visual C 5 0 97 will recognize them Visual C 7 0 net must convert Apache dsw plus the dsp files into an Apache sln plus msproj files be sure you reconvert the msproj file if any of the source dsp files change This is really trivial just open Apache dsw in the VC 7 0 IDE once again Visual C 7 0 net users should also use the Build menu Configuration Manager dialog to uncheck both the Debug and Release Solution modules abs mod ssl and mod deflate These modules are built by invoking nmake or the IDE directly with the BinBuild target to build those modules explicitly only if the srclib directories openssl and or zlib exist Exported mak files pose a greater hassle but they are required for Visual C 5 0 users to build mod ssl abs ab with SSL support and or mod deflate VC 7 0 net users also benefit nmake builds are faster than binenv builds Build the entire project from within the VC 5 0 or 6 0 IDE then use the Project Menu Export for all makefiles You

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  • Running a High-Performance Web Server on HPUX - Apache HTTP Server
    two This is accomplished with adb against the disc image of the kernel The variable name is tcp hash size Notice that it s critically important that you use W to write a 32 bit quantity not w to write a 16 bit value when patching the disc image because the tcp hash size variable is a 32 bit quantity How to pick the value Examine the output of ftp ftp cup hp com dist networking tools connhist and see how many total TCP connections exist on the system You probably want that number divided by the hash table size to be reasonably small say less than 10 Folks can look at HP s SPECweb96 disclosures for some common settings These can be found at http www specbench org If an HP UX system was performing at 1000 SPECweb96 connections per second the TIME WAIT time of 60 seconds would mean 60 000 TCP connections being tracked Folks can check their listen queue depths with ftp ftp cup hp com dist networking misc listenq If folks are running Apache on a PA 8000 based system they should consider chatr ing the Apache executable to have a large page size This would be chatr pi L BINARY The GID of the running executable must have MLOCK privileges Setprivgrp 1m should be consulted for assigning MLOCK The change can be validated by running Glance and examining the memory regions of the server s to make sure that they show a non trivial fraction of the text segment being locked If folks are running Apache on MP systems they might consider writing a small program that uses mpctl to bind processes to processors A simple pid numcpu algorithm is probably sufficient This might even go into the source code If folks are concerned

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  • httpd - Apache Hypertext Transfer Protocol Server - Apache HTTP Server
    S t v V X On Windows systems the following additional arguments are available httpd k install config uninstall n name w Options d serverroot Set the initial value for the ServerRoot directive to serverroot This can be overridden by the ServerRoot directive in the configuration file The default is usr local apache2 f config Uses the directives in the file config on startup If config does not begin with a then it is taken to be a path relative to the ServerRoot The default is conf httpd conf k start restart graceful stop Signals httpd to start restart or stop See Stopping Apache for more information C directive Process the configuration directive before reading config files c directive Process the configuration directive after reading config files D parameter Sets a configuration parameter which can be used with IfDefine sections in the configuration files to conditionally skip or process commands at server startup and restart e level Sets the LogLevel to level during server startup This is useful for temporarily increasing the verbosity of the error messages to find problems during startup E file Send error messages during server startup to file R directory When the server is compiled using the SHARED CORE rule this specifies the directory for the shared object files h Output a short summary of available command line options l Output a list of modules compiled into the server This will not list dynamically loaded modules included using the LoadModule directive L Output a list of directives together with expected arguments and places where the directive is valid S Show the settings as parsed from the config file currently only shows the virtualhost settings t Run syntax tests for configuration files only The program immediately exits after these syntax parsing with either a return code of

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  • ab - Apache HTTP server benchmarking tool - Apache HTTP Server
    the time in milli seconds it took to serve that percentage of the requests This is usually more useful than the gnuplot file as the results are already binned g gnuplot file Write all measured values out as a gnuplot or TSV Tab separate values file This file can easily be imported into packages like Gnuplot IDL Mathematica Igor or even Excell The labels are on the first line of the file h Display usage information H custom header Append extra headers to the request The argument is typically in the form of a valid header line containing a colon separated field value pair i e Accept Encoding zip zop 8bit i Do HEAD requests instead of GET k Enable the HTTP KeepAlive feature i e perform multiple requests within one HTTP session Default is no KeepAlive n requests Number of requests to perform for the benchmarking session The default is to just perform a single request which usually leads to non representative benchmarking results p POST file File containing data to POST P proxy auth username password Supply BASIC Authentication credentials to a proxy en route The username and password are separated by a single and sent on the wire base64 encoded The string is sent regardless of whether the proxy needs it i e has sent an 407 proxy authentication needed q When processing more than 150 requests ab outputs a progress count on stderr every 10 or 100 requests or so The q flag will suppress these messages s When compiled in ab h will show you use the SSL protected https rather than the http protocol This feature is experimental and very rudimentary You probably do not want to use it S Do not display the median and standard deviation values nor display the warning error

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  • apachectl - Apache HTTP Server Control Interface - Apache HTTP Server
    any necessary httpd command line arguments See the comments in the script for details The apachectl script returns a 0 exit value on success and 0 if an error occurs For more details view the comments in the script Synopsis Options See also Starting Apache Stopping Apache Configuration Files Platform Docs httpd Synopsis When acting in pass through mode apachectl can take all the arguments available for the httpd binary apachectl httpd argument When acting in SysV init mode apachectl takes simple one word commands defined below apachectl command Options Only the SysV init style options are defined here Other arguments are defined on the httpd manual page start Start the Apache httpd daemon Gives an error if it is already running This is equivalent to apachectl k start stop Stops the Apache httpd daemon This is equivalent to apachectl k stop restart Restarts the Apache httpd daemon If the daemon is not running it is started This command automatically checks the configuration files as in configtest before initiating the restart to make sure the daemon doesn t die This is equivalent to apachectl k restart fullstatus Displays a full status report from mod status For this to work you need to have mod status enabled on your server and a text based browser such as lynx available on your system The URL used to access the status report can be set by editing the STATUSURL variable in the script status Displays a brief status report Similar to the fullstatus option except that the list of requests currently being served is omitted graceful Gracefully restarts the Apache httpd daemon If the daemon is not running it is started This differs from a normal restart in that currently open connections are not aborted A side effect is that old log files

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  • dbmmanage - Manage user authentication files in DBM format - Apache HTTP Server
    but fill in the fields afterwards Additionally when using the update command a period keeps the original password untouched group A group which the user is member of A groupname may not contain a colon You may use a hyphen if you don t want to assign the user to a group but fill in the comment field Additionally when using the update command a period keeps the original groups untouched comment This is the place for your opaque comments about the user like realname mailaddress or such things The server will ignore this field Encodings d crypt encryption default except on Win32 Netware m MD5 encryption default on Win32 Netware s SHA1 encryption p plaintext not recommended Commands add Adds an entry for username to filename using the encrypted password encpasswd adduser Asks for a password and then adds an entry for username to filename check Asks for a password and then checks if username is in filename and if it s password matches the specified one delete Deletes the username entry from filename import Reads username password entries one per line from STDIN and adds them to filename The passwords already have to be crypted update Same as the adduser command except that it makes sure username already exists in filename view Just displays the contents of the DBM file If you specify a username it displays the particular record only Bugs One should be aware that there are a number of different DBM file formats in existence and with all likelihood libraries for more than one format may exist on your system The three primary examples are SDBM NDBM the GNU project s GDBM and Berkeley DB 2 Unfortunately all these libraries use different file formats and you must make sure that the file format used by

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  • htdigest - manage user files for digest authentication - Apache HTTP Server
    line arguments For details of the directives necessary to configure digest authentication in httpd see the Apache manual which is part of the Apache distribution or can be found at http httpd apache org Synopsis Options See also httpd mod auth digest Synopsis htdigest c passwdfile realm username Options c Create the passwdfile If passwdfile already exists it is deleted first passwdfile Name of the file to contain the username

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  • htpasswd - Manage user files for basic authentication - Apache HTTP Server
    and truncated This option cannot be combined with the n option n Display the results on standard output rather than updating a file This is useful for generating password records acceptable to Apache for inclusion in non text data stores This option changes the syntax of the command line since the passwdfile argument usually the first one is omitted It cannot be combined with the c option m Use MD5 encryption for passwords On Windows Netware and TPF this is the default d Use crypt encryption for passwords The default on all platforms but Windows Netware and TPF Though possibly supported by htpasswd on all platforms it is not supported by the httpd server on Windows Netware and TPF s Use SHA encryption for passwords Facilitates migration from to Netscape servers using the LDAP Directory Interchange Format ldif p Use plaintext passwords Though htpasswd will support creation on all platforms the httpd daemon will only accept plain text passwords on Windows Netware and TPF D Delete user If the username exists in the specified htpasswd file it will be deleted passwdfile Name of the file to contain the user name and password If c is given this file is created if it does not already exist or rewritten and truncated if it does exist username The username to create or update in passwdfile If username does not exist in this file an entry is added If it does exist the password is changed password The plaintext password to be encrypted and stored in the file Only used with the b flag Exit Status htpasswd returns a zero status true if the username and password have been successfully added or updated in the passwdfile htpasswd returns 1 if it encounters some problem accessing files 2 if there was a syntax problem

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