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comment Is it safe to remove write permission from postfix main.cf?
Though I haven't been able to get the problem to reoccur, my hope is that with the file "write-protected" the culprit with have enough issues with unexpected file status to write something into the system log that will give me evidence.
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comment Is it safe to remove write permission from postfix main.cf?
See my additional paragraph.
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comment configuring mod_proxy_html properly?
Shane, it turns out that mod_proxy_html needs to be told explicitly which attributes you want it to work on (not sure when that started but definitely true in my version, 3.1.2). And it can be told to look inside javascripts to rewrite URLs -- see the SVN link brain99 provided. Good stuff!
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comment configuring mod_proxy_html properly?
For folks who come along afterwards, the key was that in my version of mod_proxy_html, 3.1.2: "All knowledge of HTML links has been removed from the mod_proxy_html # code itself, and is instead read from httpd.conf (or included file) # at server startup. So you MUST declare it. This will normally be # at top level, but can also be used in a <Location>." So the first step in having anything be altered by mod_proxy_html was to add "ProxyHTMLLinks a href" as a directive inside my <Location> Many thanks to brain99 for seeing that.
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comment configuring mod_proxy_html properly?
Compiled from source. No errors or warnings in error_log after an apachectl graceful
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comment configuring mod_proxy_html properly?
What's still not working is any sort of reverse html adjusting. So here's a basic question: Should the ProxyHTMlURLMap be a part of the Apache configuration on the public web server or on the internal app server? I set ProxyHTMLExtended On and then I ask for ProxyHTMLURLMap /appname/ /apphost/appname/ -- but nothing ever happens. And no log entries. Frustrating!
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comment configuring mod_proxy_html properly?
I simplified things trying to get to the smallest case I could verify and ensure I understood. <Location /apphost/>Header add X-Test Testing</Location> works as expected: only requests that include /apphost/ get the test header.
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comment configuring mod_proxy_html properly?
Hmm. From apachetutor.org/admin/reverseproxies "mod_proxy_html doesn't parse Javascript or CSS, so dealing with URLs in them requires text-based search-and-replace. This is enabled by the directive ProxyHTMLExtended On." I read that to mean that if you need <link href="/webapp/stylesheetsdirectory/application.css" rel="stylesheet" type="text/css"> to get rewritten as "/apphost/webapp/..." that extended mode would help there.
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comment configuring mod_proxy_html properly?
The exact location of my block in httpd.conf was immediately following the MaxRequestsPerChild directive and before the Dynamic Shared Object (DSO) Support section (which precedes the LoadModule entries). I have now removed my work from httpd.conf and added an Include directive at the end of httpd.conf to pull in a new include file containing just my directives.