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This is simply because your Deny and Allow need to be applied within a container, either a <Directory>, <Files> or <Location> section.


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You say that a browser can't resolve a URL like http://test.example.com. So is test.example.com a registered hostname in DNS? If not, then your RewriteRule will never get a chance to fire because a client won't be able to find it. If you're not sure if test.example.com is registered in DNS, try using any online DNS lookup tool, or from the command line ...


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To confirm that Apache is taking all your memory, you can use this snipped: function memperuser() { ps aux | awk 'NR != 1 {x[$1] += $4} END{ for(z in x) {print z, x[z]"%"}}' } Then type memperuser. Another useful way to see the shared and private memory break-down is to use ps_mem.py That will show you how much shared and private memory Apache is ...


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keepalive and KeepAliveTimeout only controls how long a session to a client is kept alive, but if the session is closed, that doesn't mean at all that the process gets killed, as any process in your config is allowed to handle up to 3000 requests (MaxRequestsPerChild). Your system is configured to keep up to 24 idle Apache processes around (12 are started ...



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