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answered Log monitoring using Zabbix
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comment What tools, or techniques are available for managing large sets of rewrite rules for Apache?
You are right, of course. But one can dream from time to time, right? :)
Feb
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comment What tools, or techniques are available for managing large sets of rewrite rules for Apache?
I would like to also add, that excessive complexity of rewrite rules is usually a sign of poorly designed application or, inefficient rules themselves. If you don't have any choice, I recommend fragmenting the rules to multiple files in some logical manner and troubleshooting them one by one in a properly set up staging environment. And don't think that rewrite logging can help - with a large number of rewrite rules the logs quickly become a horrible unreadable mess.
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comment How to set up a SVN without SSH/Shell access?
I most definitely know how to, but tutoring you in the basics of Apache web server setup and administration is beyond the scope of your question. You need to study it from the basics and ask questions about specific problems, should they arise - You can't expect people to just guve it to you 100% without knowing anything about your system.
Feb
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comment How to set up a SVN without SSH/Shell access?
Additionally, please refer to this book: svnbook.red-bean.com - it has plenty of info about SVN including mod_dav_svn.
Feb
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comment How to set up a SVN without SSH/Shell access?
Well... Where would I even begin :) I'm afraid you need to read up on basic administration of Apache and Linux ( I assume you're running Linux?) and this would be beyond the scope of your original question. I can just tell you, that dav_svn under Apache is the answer to your question - many, if not most, SVN servers out there use this method and it is very reliable and performant. Good luck!
Feb
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comment How to set up a SVN without SSH/Shell access?
You need to have administrative access on the box, Apache installed and abasic web server configured. The instructions in the howto explain how to set up a SVN repo in an existing web server config.
Feb
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answered Apache, modifying response codes from 404 to 301
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answered How to set up a SVN without SSH/Shell access?
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answered Last (I think and hope) problems configuring SSL certificate with Apache and VirtualHosts
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answered Looking for equivalent of ProxyPassReverseMatch in Apache to fix missing trailing forward slash issue
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answered Declaring multiple ports for the same VirtualHosts
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answered Permission denied to go to home directory
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answered MOD_REWRITE not creating correct path
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answered How to configure mod_proxy_balancer to gracefully fail under high load