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How to correctly setup an Apache VirtualHost as HTTP and HTTPS?

I am trying to setup a locally (for development/testing purposes) SSL site using Apache and mod_ssl and this is what I have in my VirtualHost files: /etc/httpd/conf.d/local.conf <VirtualHost ...
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Apache httpd does not implement updates to a 301 redirect configuration

I'm having a problem updating a previously-working redirect in my apache server (httpd, rhel). I'd previously had: RedirectMatch 301 ^/apidocs/ /old/specific/path/apidocs/ which worked. I changed ...
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httpd forward traffic from a url to another machine on same lan virtual host

I'm running HTTPD on a CentOs 6 server. I have 2 servers on the same LAN as eachother. I only have 1 IP address. I have 2 domains pointing at the router and I want example1.com handled by server 1 ...
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Why can Apache access most of my file system?

I recently discovered that as long as I give a full path, my web server will serve any file on my file system it has read privileges to. In other words, something like ...
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mod_security: another rule with same ID

I have installed httpd 2.2.15 on CentOS 6.5 (minimal installation with no cPanel) with modsecurity 2.8. When I am starting httpd I am getting this error: Starting httpd: Syntax error on line 23 of ...
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Invalid command 'SSLEngine' Centos

I uninstalled Apache, and reinstalled it, and now when I try to start it I get the following error: Syntax error on line 94 of /usr/local/psa/admin/conf/generated/13636697550.95452800_server.include: ...
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Clean PHP Installation

I've recently purchased a VPS from Digital Ocean to move one of our more resource & traffic intensive systems to its own box. When including PHP files - I get the error message: Fatal error: ...
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CentOS https Error Upon Start

I am getting an error in CentOS when trying to start/restart apache(httpd): [root@database ~]# /etc/init.d/httpd restart Stopping httpd: [FAILED] Starting ...
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still “httpd dead but subsys locked” even following the fix of some source

Here is what I have tried so far: edit: /etc/sysconfig/httpd PIDFILE=/var/run/httpd.pid edit: /etc/httpd/conf/httpd.conf PidFile /var/run/httpd.pid then killall -9 httpd result: httpd: no ...
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Sharing Collectd data with Apache on CentOS (SELinux)

My CentOS 7 VPS has SELinux enabled and is monitored by Collectd. It uses rrdtool to log the reported data. Pommi released a great solution that made me able to review all data on a webpage called CGP ...
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404 error Munin and Vestacp

So we are using VestaCP as our control panel for our clients hosting. I am having a small issue with installing and running Munin. The reason we want to use it, is because we want to track when MySQL ...
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Plain Wildcard for Apache's ServerAlias

Are there any possible problems with using ServerAlias * in an Apache configuration? One thing I considered: ServerAlias is based on HTTP_HOST in HTTP headers delivered by the client, which can ...
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What's the easiest way to integrate Authy (two-factor) authentication with Apache httpd?

EDIT: Something similar to Authy would work too, if that service was i) hosted/SaaS and ii) able to send SMS messages. Most examples advocate RADIUS for two-factor authentication but I'm already ...
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Redirect apache forward proxy users to local apache site

I want all users connected to my apache proxy to be redirected to one apache page hosted on the same server. I'm comfortable proxy rewrites, 301s, proxypass etc but not sure how to redirect all ...
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Apache shuts down unintentionally

I must say that I am not the guy that set up the server, but the poor sap tasked with finding out what is happening for the time being. I only have a rough knowledge about apache and linux, so ...
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Apache status says stopped but still httpd process running

I am new to Apache, the server Apache status stopped but still the process is running. The web page is serving properly. When i tried to restart the process, it's not. I believe the parent process is ...
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Too many instances of httpd and mysqld

I have a VPS with 4 GB of ram and 8 cores and about 200K Visits per day. I have DirectAdmin Installed and I always see a huge number of PIDs for httpd and mysqld in DirectAdmin Service Monitor. e.g. ...
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What type of server is right for my requirements? [IOS Application API] [duplicate]

I am preparing for the startup of my iOS application. What type of server would be the best for my requirements. REQUIREMENTS MySQL DB PHP GET/POST Requests Sufficient Storage for Images Good ...
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Bug in Mailman version 2.1.18-1

In their zeal to counter spam, both AOL.com and Yahoo.com - and possibly some other big players - changed their email reception policies which effectively cut off their customer's ability to receive ...
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Apache Redirect To Another Server with subdomain

I am currently running CentOS which hosts my web and gitlab server and a windows machine that is hosting a subsonic server. Currently, my ip points to the CentOS but does not redirect correctly. I am ...
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Apache will not come back up - httpd dead but subsys locked

I'm hoping someone can help me fairly urgently. I've been trying to get me Centos server back up and running. I did a yum update yesterday which went as planned, but this morning I've found that ...
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Loose the header REMOTE_USER after reverse proxy

I have a configuration file that enables me to do a reverse proxy. The problem is, before the proxy I am viewing all the headers and REMOTE_USER is not null but after the proxy, the same variable is ...
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Cent OS logrotate is not rotating httpd log

My /etc/logrotate.d/httpd file content is /var/log/httpd/access.log { size=50M dateext maxage 90 postrotate /usr/bin/killall -HUP httpd ls -ltr /var/log/httpd/ | mail -s "$HOSTNAME: Apache ...
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Can you determine which Apache modules have been used and can be removed?

I, like many people, have a relatively out-of-the-box Apache installation with a lot of default "LoadModule" lines. Since the beginning, I've installed a lot of software, and to be honest, I don't ...
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Apache can't access from wan on archlinux

Information: Archlinux via vmware Have ports 8080, 443 and 80 forwarded to the local ip from router running pfsense I can access the webpage from lan via local ip. My httpd.conf: Listen 80 ...
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Apache Reverse Proxy - Substitute URL

We have an HTTPD server A in our network having a private (internal) and a public (accessible from internet) IP. The server acts as a proxy to another server B. Some responses from B include its ...
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restarting apache http server without interrupting http downloads

if I have large file downloads served with apache server, is there a way to restart/reload the http server(eg. with new httpd.conf update) without interrupting ongoing file downloads? or at least ...
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Apache Authentication / LDAP Group based on URL

I'm working on LDAP authentication for Apache2 HTTPD, and was wondering if it's possible to get Apache to authenticate to LDAP based on groups, but also depending on the URL that is provided. For ...
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Why do we need Allow when we have Require in httpd?

We have directives of Require and Allow which can be used in httpd.conf. Won't Require ip address work like Allow from address ; Deny from all? As we can see in this docs, Allow, Deny, and Order ...
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CentOS 7 Cluster with load balancer

I'm trying to understand how clustering works in CentOS 7. I'm not a cluster expert!!! What I'm trying to do is to have three clustered services: httpd, mariadb (mysql) and postgresql. I've managed ...
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Forward SSL client certification information from httpd1 to httpd2

I have two Apaches running (on the same host), one serving as a reverse proxy, and the 2nd one is my app webserver. I'm doing some kind of authentication on the proxy based on SSL Client certificate ...
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Trying to track down why httpd would be trying to connect to a tor port

I'm seeing occasional selinux denied messages in my logs that I believe indicate that the httpd process is trying to connect to a tor port: type=AVC msg=audit(1423247604.799:1966): avc: denied { ...
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Users currently requesting pages

I wrote this command on my shell to get the current requests to the server ps aux | grep php | wc -l result: 68 so this command returns that 68 currently browsing some sites on my server as i ...
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Does the Apache Httpd basic auth functionality have a constant time password comparison?

When I use Apache Httpd's basic auth functionality, sometimes I notice that wrong passwords seem to take longer than right passwords to check. Does Apache Httpd have an option for constant time ...
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How to set a cache-control header based on presence of query parameter?

I'm trying to set a header for cache-control on certain resouces where we've used query string parameters to set revision codes... for example: /foo/bar/resource1.js?v20140710 This is from the ...
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From which Apache version onward is LimitRequestFieldSize no longer hardcoded to 8k max?

Title says it all: from which version onward is the LimitRequestFieldSize no longer hardcoded to a max. of 8k? It seems 2.2.15 is still affected.
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OS X Server - httpd processes hogging CPU

I'm using OS X Server (4.0.3) on Yosemite (10.10.2), but noticing that the Apache processes are consuming a lot of the i7 CPU: http://i.imgur.com/pnqJOBY.png Can anybody explain why it's so high ...
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httpd Process Using High CPU (And Seems To Be Loading All Log Files) [closed]

This is causing my server to crash every single day. See processes and files loaded below. Thanks in advance! When I do "top": 20034 apache 20 0 441m 98m 7004 R 99.5 1.5 0:48.58 httpd ...
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Parallels Apache stopped loading virtual host config files? [closed]

Apache on a server i'm helping manage has stopped reading virtual host configuration files. It's OpenVZ with a Plesk control panel. The client used Plesk to create the virtual hosts, and the config ...
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Jenkins freezes my server periodically and randomly

I have a web server running a website. Because I only have one server, I want to install Jenkins on it. I have followed the installing instruction from Jenkin's website, but the first problem I met is ...
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Disable modsecurity For a Specific Directory

How do you disable modsecurity for just a specific directory. I'm getting errors in phpMyAdmin that are caused by modsecurity tripping based on rules. I have the following files set up: # ...
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CentOS 6: Apache 2.4 drop-in replacement for Apache 2.2 via yum?

I've a CentOS 6.6 installation with the stock Apache 2.2 package. I need to upgrade it to Apache 2.4, but I want a true drop-in replacement for the installed package, not something that goes into /opt ...
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Apache container with Server-Status

Have someone here setup successfully apache with server status inside of a container to allow access from the host? I have already tried with --add-host param at docker to then allow that host at the ...
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Case in-sensitivity for Apache httpd Location directive

I am working with a solution that requires the usage of mod_proxy_balancer and an application server that both ignores case and mixes different case combinations in URLs found in generated content. ...
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Do I have 2 different Apache installations on my VPS

I'm new to server maintenance, and am running Apache 2.4 on Ubuntu 14.10 on a VPS I just set up yesterday. It seems as if I have two different Apaches installed at different places in the machine due ...
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VirtualDocumentRoot and ProxyPassMatch

I have the following Apache configuration: ServerName localhost UseCanonicalName Off LogLevel debug <VirtualHost *:8080> ServerName _default_ VirtualDocumentRoot ...
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Installing distcache on CentOS 6.3

I'm trying to re-build our server based on CentOS 6.3 and i can't seem to find the distcache rpm. I have it on my 5.8 CentOS: [root@server]# yum list distcache Loaded plugins: fastestmirror, ...
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Apache not serving changes to a file updated by gulpjs

I have a CentOS 6.5 VM set up using Apache HTTPD 2.2 as the web server and I'm using GulpJS for my build process. When I update a CSS file the GulpJS build process runs ok and if I look at the file on ...
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CentOS 6 Httpd failed to start

I am using CentOS 6.5. The Apache HTTP server (httpd) is dead for an unknown reason. I cannot visit http://localhost/ anymore. When I tried to restart httpd, it failed (Error message shown below). ...
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The Alias directive will probably never match because it overlaps an earlier Alias

Ok, not sure why this is occuring. So, I get the message The Alias directive in /etc/httpd/conf.d/awstats.conf at line 3 will probably never match because it overlaps an earlier Alias. and The ...