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Apache Server 2.0: The Complete Reference By Ryan Bloom

Apache Server 2.0: The Complete Reference by Ryan Bloom

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This text gives coverage of configuring, installing, administering, securing, and debugging Apache Server 2.0. It contains information on running Apache on different platforms, including Windows NT and 2000, as well as UNIX-based systems such as Linux, FreeBSD, and Solaris; and Mac OS X.

Apache Server 2.0: The Complete Reference Summary

Apache Server 2.0: The Complete Reference by Ryan Bloom

Install, configure, administer, and secure the world's leading Web server using this comprehensive resource. Written by a lead Apache developer, this book provides you with all the hands-on guidance you need to administer Apache on multiple platforms.

About Ryan Bloom

Ryan B. Bloom (Oakland, CA) is an engineering manager for Covalent Technologies, and lead developer of Apache 2.0. He has been active in Apache 2.0 development since 1998, when it first began, and he is currently Vice President of the Apache Portable Run-Time project for the Apache Software Foundation.

Table of Contents

Part I: Apache Overview 1: Introduction to Apache 2: Apache 2.0 vs. Apache 1.3, IIS, and Sun ONE Part II: Configuring, Compiling, and Installing Apache 3: Configuring Apache 4: Compiling Apache 5: Installing Apache Part III: Types of Modules 6: Module Overview 7: Multi-Processing Modules 8: Standard Modules Part IV: Apache Modules 9: Setting Up a Basic HTTP Server 10: Authentication, Authorization, Accounting 11: Building a Web Site 12: Generating Content 13: Filters 14: What to Do When Your Site Grows 15: Virtual Hosts 16: Using Apache to Serve Different Protocols Part V: Debugging Your Apache Setup 17: ErrorLog 18: Common Mistakes and Errors 19: Using httpd-test Part VI: Apache Administration 20: Logs 21: Disk Management 22: Performance Tuning 23: Maintenance Part VII: Advanced Apache Administration 24: Splitting Up Configuration Tasks 25: Adding Third-Party Modules to Your Server Part VIII: Apache Security 26: Secure Sockets Layer 27: Firewalls and Proxies Part IX: Appendixes A: Possible Apache Log Messages B: Source Code and Example Configurations C: Other Apache Resources

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Apache Server 2.0: The Complete Reference by Ryan Bloom
McGraw-Hill Education - Europe
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