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RHEL6 httpd Root CA configuration

I'm setting up SSL on a RHEL6 box and I'm having problems finding information about configuring the Root CAs. I've got four files: cert.crt - My SSL certificate my_key.key - The key used to ...
0
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1answer
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Permissions denied on apache rewrite module virtual host configuration

All of a sudden I keep getting "Permissions denied" on apache 2 virtualhost once we moved it to its own conf file. I have tried all the suggestions I have found here but none work. Please can someone ...
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1answer
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Redirect all incoming traffic

I have a RHEL6.4 httpd VirtualHost that I want to use to forward inbound traffic like so: Any incorrect host names in requests will redirected correctly to my SERVER_NAME AND Any non-port-443 ...
0
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0answers
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Assistance required configuring /server-status on apache — keeps getting caught in redirects

Good Morning, I'm trying to configure server-status on my servers, so that I can connect them to Solar Winds monitoring. (No jokes, it's not my choice!) I thought that I could just drop a new .conf ...
4
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1answer
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AD GIT SELinux RHEL 6 : Can not get SELinux to allow connetion to git

I have a problem with SELinux! I have installed git on Red Hat Enterprise 6 with AD group control and SSL Cert . Everything works fine if I do setenforce 0 ( set SELinux in detection only mode ) or ...
5
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2answers
722 views

apache/httpd responds slower under EL6.1 than EL5.6 (CentOS)

I've read through other threads on performance differences between RHEL 6 and RHEL 5, but none seem a tight match to mine. My issue manifests itself in slightly slower average response time (20ms) ...
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1answer
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selinux on RHEL6: httpd config. DocumentRoot [/path/does/exist] “does not exist”

I'm running a stock RHEL6 installation and have pointed my httpd DocumentRoot to /path/does/exist (it exists!). I've granted permission to the apache user and added what I thought should be the ...
1
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1answer
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NFS volume file permissions

I have a Redhat 6.0 system (SELinux enabled), with a NFS volume mounted at /myvolume. The command ls -la /myvolume says it has owner "nobody" and group "nobody". On this system I have Apache running ...