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  • configure - Configure the source tree - Apache HTTP Server
    specific directories which is provided by mod userdir Modules disabled by default Some modules are compiled by default and have to be enabled explicitly or by using the keywords most or all see enable mods shared below for further explanation to be available Therefore use the options below enable auth anon Enable anonymous user access provided by mod auth anon enable auth dbm mod auth dbm provides for HTTP Basic Authentication where the usernames and passwords are stored in DBM type database files Use this option to enable the module enable auth digest Enable RFC2617 Digest authentication provided by mod auth digest This module uses plain text files to store the credentials enable authnz ldap Enable LDAP based authentication provided by mod authnz ldap enable cache Enable dynamic file caching provided by mod cache This experimental module may be interesting for servers with high load or caching proxy servers At least one storage management module e g mod disk cache or mod mem cache is also necessary enable cern meta Enable the CERN type meta files support provided by mod cern meta enable charset lite Enable character set translation provided by mod charset lite This module will be installed by default only on EBCDIC systems On other systems you have to enable it enable dav Enable the WebDAV protocol handling provided by mod dav Support for filesystem resources is provided by the separate module mod dav fs This module is also automatically enabled with enable dav Note mod dav can only be used together with the http protocol module enable dav fs Enable DAV support for filesystem resources which is provided by mod dav fs This module is a provider for the mod dav module so you should also use enable dav enable dav lock Enable mod dav lock which provides generic DAV locking support for backend modules This module needs at least mod dav to function so you should also use enable dav enable deflate Enable deflate transfer encoding provided by mod deflate enable disk cache Enable disk caching provided by mod disk cache enable expires Enable Expires header control provided by mod expires enable ext filter Enable the external filter support provided by mod ext filter enable file cache Enable the file cache provided by mod file cache enable headers Enable control of HTTP headers provided by mod headers enable info Enable the server information provided by mod info enable ldap Enable LDAP caching and connection pooling services provided by mod ldap enable logio Enable logging of input and output bytes including headers provided by mod logio enable mem cache Enable memory caching provided by mod mem cache enable mime magic Enable automatical determining of MIME types which is provided by mod mime magic enable isapi Enable the isapi extension support provided by mod isapi enable proxy Enable the proxy gateway functionality provided by mod proxy The proxying capabilities for AJP13 CONNECT FTP HTTP and the balancer are provided by the separate modules mod proxy ajp mod proxy connect mod proxy ftp mod proxy http and mod proxy balancer These five modules are also automatically enabled with enable proxy enable proxy ajp Enable proxy support for AJP13 Apache JServ Protocol 1 3 request handling which is provided by mod proxy ajp This module is an extension for the mod proxy module so you should also use enable proxy enable proxy balancer Enable load balancing support for the AJP13 FTP and HTTP protocols which is provided by mod proxy balancer This module is an extension for the mod proxy module so you should also use enable proxy enable proxy connect Enable proxy support for CONNECT request handling which is provided by mod proxy connect This module is an extension for the mod proxy module so you should also use enable proxy enable proxy ftp Enable proxy support for FTP requests which is provided by mod proxy ftp This module is an extension for the mod proxy module so you should also use enable proxy enable proxy http Enable proxy support for HTTP requests which is provided by mod proxy http This module is an extension for the mod proxy module so you should also use enable proxy enable rewrite Enable rule based URL manipulation provided by mod rewrite enable so Enable DSO capability provided by mod so This module will be automatically enabled if you use the enable mods shared option enable speling Enable the functionality to correct common URL misspellings which is provided by mod speling enable ssl Enable support for SSL TLS provided by mod ssl enable unique id Enable the generation of per request unique ids which is provided by mod unique id enable usertrack Enable user session tracking provided by mod usertrack enable vhost alias Enable mass virtual hosting provided by mod vhost alias Modules for developers The following modules are useful only for developers and testing purposes and are disabled by default Use the following options to enable them If you are not sure whether you need one of these modules omit them enable bucketeer Enable the manipulation filter for buckets which is provided by mod bucketeer enable case filter Enable the example uppercase conversion output filter support of mod case filter enable case filter in Enable the example uppercase conversion input filter support of mod case filter in enable echo Enable the ECHO server provided by mod echo enable example Enable the example and demo module mod example enable optional fn export Enable the example for an optional function exporter which is provided by mod optional fn export enable optional fn import Enable the example for an optional function importer which is provided by mod optional fn import enable optional hook export Enable the example for an optional hook exporter which is provided by mod optional hook export enable optional hook import Enable the example optional hook importer which is provided by mod optional hook import MPMs and third party modules To add the necessary Multi Processing Module and additional third party modules

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  • dbmmanage - Manage user authentication files in DBM format - Apache HTTP Server
    the original password untouched group A group which the user is member of A groupname may not contain a colon You may use a hyphen if you don t want to assign the user to a group but fill in the comment field Additionally when using the update command a period keeps the original groups untouched comment This is the place for your opaque comments about the user like realname mailaddress or such things The server will ignore this field Encodings d crypt encryption default except on Win32 Netware m MD5 encryption default on Win32 Netware s SHA1 encryption p plaintext not recommended Commands add Adds an entry for username to filename using the encrypted password encpasswd dbmmanage passwords dat add rbowen foKntnEF3KSXA adduser Asks for a password and then adds an entry for username to filename dbmmanage passwords dat adduser krietz check Asks for a password and then checks if username is in filename and if it s password matches the specified one dbmmanage passwords dat check rbowen delete Deletes the username entry from filename dbmmanage passwords dat delete rbowen import Reads username password entries one per line from STDIN and adds them to filename The passwords already have to be crypted update Same as the adduser command except that it makes sure username already exists in filename dbmmanage passwords dat update rbowen view Just displays the contents of the DBM file If you specify a username it displays the particular record only dbmmanage passwords dat view Bugs One should be aware that there are a number of different DBM file formats in existence and with all likelihood libraries for more than one format may exist on your system The three primary examples are SDBM NDBM the GNU project s GDBM and Berkeley DB 2 Unfortunately all these libraries

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  • htcacheclean - Clean up the disk cache - Apache HTTP Server
    path l limit Options d interval Daemonize and repeat cache cleaning every interval minutes This option is mutually exclusive with the D v and r options To shutdown the daemon cleanly just send it a SIGTERM or SIGINT D Do a dry run and don t delete anything This option is mutually exclusive with the d option v Be verbose and print statistics This option is mutually exclusive with the d option r Clean thoroughly This assumes that the Apache web server is not running otherwise you may get garbage in the cache This option is mutually exclusive with the d option and implies the t option n Be nice This causes slower processing in favour of other processes htcacheclean will sleep from time to time so that a the disk IO will be delayed and b the kernel can schedule other processes in the meantime t Delete all empty directories By default only cache files are removed however with some configurations the large number of directories created may require attention If your configuration requires a very large number of directories to the point that inode or file allocation table exhaustion may become an issue use of this option is

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  • htdbm - Manipulate DBM password databases - Apache HTTP Server
    possibly supported by htdbm on all platforms it is not supported by the httpd server on Windows Netware and TPF s Use SHA encryption for passwords Facilitates migration from to Netscape servers using the LDAP Directory Interchange Format ldif p Use plaintext passwords Though htdbm will support creation on all platforms the httpd daemon will only accept plain text passwords on Windows Netware and TPF l Print each of the usernames and comments from the database on stdout t Interpret the final parameter as a comment When this option is specified an additional string can be appended to the command line this string will be stored in the Comment field of the database associated with the specified username v Verify the username and password The program will print a message indicating whether the supplied password is valid If the password is invalid the program exits with error code 3 x Delete user If the username exists in the specified DBM file it will be deleted filename The filename of the DBM format file Usually without the extension db pag or dir If c is given the DBM file is created if it does not already exist or updated if it does exist username The username to create or update in passwdfile If username does not exist in this file an entry is added If it does exist the password is changed password The plaintext password to be encrypted and stored in the DBM file Used only with the b flag T DBTYPE Type of DBM file SDBM GDBM DB or default Bugs One should be aware that there are a number of different DBM file formats in existence and with all likelihood libraries for more than one format may exist on your system The three primary examples are SDBM NDBM GNU GDBM and Berkeley Sleepycat DB 2 3 4 Unfortunately all these libraries use different file formats and you must make sure that the file format used by filename is the same format that htdbm expects to see htdbm currently has no way of determining what type of DBM file it is looking at If used against the wrong format will simply return nothing or may create a different DBM file with a different name or at worst it may corrupt the DBM file if you were attempting to write to it One can usually use the file program supplied with most Unix systems to see what format a DBM file is in Exit Status htdbm returns a zero status true if the username and password have been successfully added or updated in the DBM File htdbm returns 1 if it encounters some problem accessing files 2 if there was a syntax problem with the command line 3 if the password was entered interactively and the verification entry didn t match 4 if its operation was interrupted 5 if a value is too long username filename password or final computed record 6 if the username contains illegal characters see the

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  • htdigest - manage user files for digest authentication - Apache HTTP Server
    in httpd see the Apache manual which is part of the Apache distribution or can be found at http httpd apache org Synopsis Options Security Considerations See also httpd mod auth digest Synopsis htdigest c passwdfile realm username Options c Create the passwdfile If passwdfile already exists it is deleted first passwdfile Name of the file to contain the username realm and password If c is given this file is

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  • htpasswd - Manage user files for basic authentication - Apache HTTP Server
    s p username password Options b Use batch mode i e get the password from the command line rather than prompting for it This option should be used with extreme care since the password is clearly visible on the command line c Create the passwdfile If passwdfile already exists it is rewritten and truncated This option cannot be combined with the n option n Display the results on standard output rather than updating a file This is useful for generating password records acceptable to Apache for inclusion in non text data stores This option changes the syntax of the command line since the passwdfile argument usually the first one is omitted It cannot be combined with the c option m Use MD5 encryption for passwords On Windows Netware and TPF this is the default d Use crypt encryption for passwords The default on all platforms but Windows Netware and TPF Though possibly supported by htpasswd on all platforms it is not supported by the httpd server on Windows Netware and TPF s Use SHA encryption for passwords Facilitates migration from to Netscape servers using the LDAP Directory Interchange Format ldif p Use plaintext passwords Though htpasswd will support creation on all platforms the httpd daemon will only accept plain text passwords on Windows Netware and TPF D Delete user If the username exists in the specified htpasswd file it will be deleted passwdfile Name of the file to contain the user name and password If c is given this file is created if it does not already exist or rewritten and truncated if it does exist username The username to create or update in passwdfile If username does not exist in this file an entry is added If it does exist the password is changed password The plaintext password to be encrypted and stored in the file Only used with the b flag Exit Status htpasswd returns a zero status true if the username and password have been successfully added or updated in the passwdfile htpasswd returns 1 if it encounters some problem accessing files 2 if there was a syntax problem with the command line 3 if the password was entered interactively and the verification entry didn t match 4 if its operation was interrupted 5 if a value is too long username filename password or final computed record 6 if the username contains illegal characters see the Restrictions section and 7 if the file is not a valid password file Examples htpasswd usr local etc apache htpasswd users jsmith Adds or modifies the password for user jsmith The user is prompted for the password If executed on a Windows system the password will be encrypted using the modified Apache MD5 algorithm otherwise the system s crypt routine will be used If the file does not exist htpasswd will do nothing except return an error htpasswd c home doe public html htpasswd jane Creates a new file and stores a record in it for user jane The user is

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  • logresolve - Resolve IP-addresses to hostnames in Apache log files - Apache HTTP Server
    This means that each IP number will only be looked up the first time it is found in the log file Takes an Apache log file on standard input The IP addresses must be the first thing on each line and must be separated from the remainder of the line by a space Synopsis Options Synopsis logresolve s filename c access log access log new Options s filename Specifies a

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  • rotatelogs - Piped logging program to rotate Apache logs - Apache HTTP Server
    rotatelogs var logs logfile 5M common This configuration will rotate the logfile whenever it reaches a size of 5 megabytes ErrorLog bin rotatelogs var logs errorlog Y m d H M S 5M This configuration will rotate the error logfile whenever it reaches a size of 5 megabytes and the suffix to the logfile name will be created of the form errorlog YYYY mm dd HH MM SS Synopsis Options Portability Synopsis rotatelogs l logfile rotationtime offset filesize M Options l Causes the use of local time rather than GMT as the base for the interval Note that using l in an environment which changes the GMT offset such as for BST or DST can lead to unpredictable results logfile The path plus basename of the logfile If logfile includes any characters it is treated as a format string for strftime 3 Otherwise the suffix nnnnnnnnnn is automatically added and is the time in seconds Both formats compute the start time from the beginning of the current period rotationtime The time between log file rotations in seconds offset The number of minutes offset from UTC If omitted zero is assumed and UTC is used For example to use local time in the zone UTC 5 hours specify a value of 300 for this argument filesize M The maximum file size in megabytes followed by the letter M to specify size rather than time Use this parameter in place of both rotationtime and offset Portability The following logfile format string substitutions should be supported by all strftime 3 implementations see the strftime 3 man page for library specific extensions A full weekday name localized a 3 character weekday name localized B full month name localized b 3 character month name localized c date and time localized d 2 digit day of

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