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    [Sat Jul 31 17:22:20 2010] [error] [client ::1] ModSecurity: Unable to retrieve collection (name "global", key "global"). Use SecDataDir to define data directory first. [hostname "localhost"] [uri "/ajaxterm"] [unique_id "TFQOdH8AAAEAAE-nKKsAAAAG"]
[Sat Jul 31 17:22:20 2010] [error] [client ::1] ModSecurity: Unable to retrieve collection (name "ip", key "::1"). Use SecDataDir to define data directory first. [hostname "localhost"] [uri "/ajaxterm"] [unique_id "TFQOdH8AAAEAAE-nKKsAAAAG"]
[Sat Jul 31 17:22:20 2010] [error] [client ::1] ModSecurity: Unable to retrieve collection (name "global", key "global"). Use SecDataDir to define data directory first. [hostname "localhost"] [uri "/u"] [unique_id "TFQOdH8AAAEAAE-oKZQAAAAH"]
[Sat Jul 31 17:22:20 2010] [error] [client ::1] ModSecurity: Unable to retrieve collection (name "ip", key "::1"). Use SecDataDir to define data directory first. [hostname "localhost"] [uri "/u"] [unique_id "TFQOdH8AAAEAAE-oKZQAAAAH"]

Does does these error mean?

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apparently the Apache mod_security file is looking for an entry SecDataDir /var/asl/data/msa in the /etc/httpd/modsecurity.d/modsecurity_crs_10_config.conf file. HTH somebody –  lakshmipathi Jul 31 '10 at 12:29

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apparently the Apache mod_security file is looking for an entry SecDataDir /var/asl/data/msa in the /etc/httpd/modsecurity.d/modsecurity_crs_10_config.conf file. HTH somebody –

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It's just looking for a Directory to use to store data in! /var/asl/data/ is actually referring to Atomic Secured Linux's security packages, as far as I can determine after a really quick look :) –  Kirrus Mar 13 '12 at 17:58

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