My server is Win2003 Standard with IIS 6. I'm using IIS6 to host websites but i have a need to run subversion which require Apache. I'm wondering would it cause any problem with my current operation. Apache will run on different port than the standard 80.
I'm not sure if this is the right forum, or if anyone can suggest a message board where I might get support on this.
This is what I have. I have Apache and IIS both running on Windows 2k3.
Apache is running in reverse Proxy mode sending multiple domains/virtual hosts to IIS.
ProxyRequests Off <VirtualHost *:80> ProxyPreserveHost On ProxyPass / http://localhost:8080 ProxyPassReverse / [url] ServerName mydomain.com
</VirtualHost> Now, if I type in [url]everything works great and IIS (listening on 127.0.0.1:8080) serves the page. However, I am doing custom error trapping, so when I type in [url](and /mydirectory doesn't exist on IIS) I need to fire ASP code (via custom error messages/handling) on the IIS server and then present a data driven page.
However, Apache is returning A 502 error:
Code: Proxy Error The proxy server received an invalid response from an upstream server. The proxy server could not handle the request GET /mydirectory.
Reason: DNS lookup failure for: localhost:8080mydirectory Is there a way for me to setup Apache to pass all error checking to IIS while using it as a reverse proxy?
Most scripts use PHP and MySQL extension so no problem at all until i came up with 1 little devil taht requires php with PDO and pdo_mysql My question is, is there any side effect on a production server if i recompile apache with those extensiones turned on?
Do they run in parallel to the way php and mysql runs now or will it break the whole scripts running and send the server to hell?
Basically what i mean is, i have the resources on the server to run it but do they run in parallel or they change/reconfigure the whole way php and mysql works?
and i get the error ----------------------------------------------------- Warning: Unknown: Your script possibly relies on a session side-effect which existed until PHP 4.2.3. Please be advised that the session extension does not consider global variables as a source of data, unless register_globals is enabled. You can disable this functionality and this warning by setting session.bug_compat_42 or session.bug_compat_warn to off, respectively. in Unknown on line 0 -----------------------------------------------------
I've been asked to find a way to host our intranet externally without opening up the network.
The webserver accessible to the public domain is within an dmz. The intranet I need to serve is within our internal network.
I've managed to convince our network admin to open port 80 on the server running the intranet but I can't seem to find a way to proxy the content from the intranet server, through the webserver and to the user.
My information: I have my photography site (sfxphoto.com) currently being hosted as my main site (site contents are located inside of the publichtml folder). I also have my photo retouching site (elite-retouch.com) being hosted as a sub-domain under the main site (which has it's own folder inside of the publichtml folder). I'm being hosted through InfluxHost on a Linux server.
My Dilemma: For the photo retouching site, I want to be able to give my clients their OWN FTP access to a designated potion of the server.
So, lets say my client upload directory is "publichtml/eliteretouch.com/client_ftp". I then want to be able to make a folder for (we'll call him) client_a inside of the "/client_ftp" folder. So the full directory to THAT clients specific folder will be: "publichtml/eliteretouch.com/client_ftp/client_a"
How can I: 1) ...set their specific FTP to open to their directory only?
2) ...ensure that they cannot navigate to other folders on my server?
3) ...make it so that the login information doesn't carry the MAIN site name, but the sub-domain site name instead?
I want to enable our server ssi server side includes (.shtml parsed).
My hosting company controls our server uptime, daily backup, server loads etc. when i request them; can you please enable ssi for shtml pages, i want to use ssi includes etc.. they suggested me use php instead of shtml for includes.
I want to .shtml, beacuse i use only ssi include header, footer same pages, also these pages search engine friendly.
Apache version: 2.0.52
I posted them please add following lines and restart apache afterwards:
Options +IncludesNoExec AddType text/html .shtml AddOutputFilter INCLUDES .shtml
They added and restarted apache, but not any affect. When i access .shtml pages via web browser, page opening successfully but not parse ssi includes, example:
<!--#include file="header.html" -->
but not parse, also i cannot use .htaccess files, our server admin say restricted them because security reasons.
I requested them our server root username and password, they say to me; before give you server root password, we remove all our server administration software from server and server administration service will be cancelled.
This topic has probably been covered many times. I am trying to block spam bots from direclty accessing scripts on my site. Measures I have taken thus far, also block my site pages that want are designed to use the scripts. This includes Hot Link Protection and a couple of directives in the .htaccess file.
I've problem with my system (Dell vostro200) I've Mcafee security center and it will block some scripts running in the system during the browsing. I can't use any of vBulletin forums ( registration and posting ) I can't do even Mcafee online registratation also. I'm not an expert in os configurations.
Prior to installing FFmpeg and its dependencies, I want to know about FFmpeg server-side conversion without the php script. Does it require those php scripts in the first place or I can just run an ssh command?
Also, does this FFmpeg have a configuration file in which you can set the quality of the converted .fla videos?
How about a lossless quality conversion and keeping the size proportion of the video the same?
Meaning, for example, from .avi to .fla without sacrificing/loosing the quality much or noticeably.
I've installed apache on my windows 2008 vps . It's run and when I browse localhost , it's works fine . But when I enter the vps ip address , it says Chrome could not connect to ... , I'm sure that httpd is running on port 80 (I checked it via netstat -ao and task manage ) ....
I have small issue with load speed of pages when number of apache running processes goes over +-310, during peak traffic of day. IE: They load really slow.
Here's pic of what I mean:
Only thing that fixes it temporarily (at least until peak traffic ends) is to stop either httpd or mysql for several seconds, as everything cools down, then start it back up. Stop/starting mysql usually has longer terms temporary fix.
Anyway, would you have any ideas on what to configure or change within the system in order to keep the processes under 300?
The load is normal. Even at load 40, pages are blistering fast, as long as processes are under 300. So it's got nothing to do with load.
My server was running a cronjob backup, and my apache always fail
root@b# service httpd restart /etc/init.d/httpd restart: httpd not running, trying to start /etc/init.d/httpd restart: httpd started root@b# service httpd restart /etc/init.d/httpd restart: httpd not running, trying to start /etc/init.d/httpd restart: httpd started root@b# service httpd restart /etc/init.d/httpd restart: httpd not running, trying to start /etc/init.d/httpd restart: httpd started
I can only restart them on my CPanel WHM
Attempting to restart httpd Waiting for httpd to restart.... . . . . . . . . . . finished.
httpd status root 5805 0.8 0.9 21092 19504 ? S 22:39 0:00 /usr/local/cpanel/whostmgr/bin/whostmgr ./reshttpd root 1012 4.0 0.6 23348 13828 ? Ss 22:39 0:00 /usr/local/apache/bin/httpd -DSSL
httpd started ok
root@b# service httpd restart /etc/init.d/httpd restart: httpd restarted
We run httpd-2.2.3 on CentOS 5.8 with caching enable. The server has been running for 4 years, but htcacheclean has never been run. The cache folder is about 10GB now (a "du" on the folder takes a very long time to complete). Should we expect any problem when running htcacheclean for a first time such as server slowing or freezing, ... Furthermore, in case of freezing, if we disable caching and restart the server, do we expect any problems? We did a few test on our test servers, and everything was fine, but our test servers do not have a large cache folder.
I have been a web developer using PHP for years now, and my work laptop runs CentOS with PHP5 as an Apache Module. This suits me just fine for development, but now I want to setup a web server that runs PHP 4.4.8 and PHP 5.2.5 and offer hosting to people. I know PHP4 is very old, but I am looking to offer my users the freedom of choice, as there are still third party applications out there that may need to be run on PHP4.
I will want PHP 5 to be the default, and allow PHP 4 to be used if either the file extension is .php4, or they have a line in their .htaccess file. I have seen various tutorials in search engine results saying to run both, I can either do one of the following:
1. Install PHP5 as a module, and run PHP4 using FastCGI 2. Install PHP5 and PHP4 and run both using FastCGI 3. Install PHP4 as a module, and run PHP5 using FastCGI
In the future I will also be looking to support PHP6 once a stable version has been released, though that will probably be optional to begin with and require a line in the .htaccess file too - like PHP4. I will be using Apache 2.2.8 on CentOS 5.1. I am also looking to install Ruby on Rails and Django too, which I think use FastCGI.
What's the difference between running as an Apache Module, or using FastCGI? This will be for a shared hosting environment so performance over lots of connections, stability and security are my concerns. Should I run everything using FastCGI, if not, would the default PHP version be better off installed as an Apache Module?
I am trying to run a simple script which brings up a gnome terminal on the user's display. I have created a perl cgi script which calls a shell script using a system call. If I run the perl cgi script from the command line, it brings up the gnome terminal correctly. If I try running the perl cgi script via the Apache web server, I get the following error in /var/log/httpd/error_log: