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Should speed/cache settings go into the virtual host file or the apache config?

Some CMS's or websites don't seem to like all the speed settings we use so we've been putting the following into each virtual host file: # SPEED SETTINGS # ...
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Should virtual host files contain two <directory> directives?

We've heard that a good security practice is to reset everything in the virtual host to allow nothing, then have another directive to allow specific access - something like this: <VirtualHost ...
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Can somebody explain The Debian Apache2 configuration files conundrum?

I am a newbie to Apache2.4. I know I am running the said version because of :- $ sudo apache2ctl -v Server version: Apache/2.4.10 (Debian) Server built: Jul 23 2014 13:15:48 Apparently there are ...
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where in Apache2 do you set the Servername directive globally?

NOTE: This is related to my question: "apache 2.4 won't reload, any problem with my configuration?". The thing is I'm trying to test a local site, locally. As I understand Apache2 (and perhaps ...
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Apache 2.4 won't reload, any problem with my configuration?

I'm trying to get a VirtualHost file which was written in Apache 2.2 to work in Apache 2.4 and while I've done some changes to it, it doesn't pass the Apache configtest. The idea is to locally test ...
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Problem configuring Access Control on Apache

I have a little Debian Server which runs Apache 2.2.22. I have configured, with WebMin, a Apache Webserver that listens on the port 83. Now, in the root directory of this Webserver I configured the ...
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Why do I get a 403 error when visiting /javascript on my website?

I was just playing around with a small web application I wrote today, wetagg.in. When I visit the site with a path, like http://wetagg.in/unix, it will take unix as input and render content ...
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Apache install on Debian: configuring CGI

I installed CGI via the package manager and enabled the mod, but two hours later I still cant get it to work. My /etc/apache2/sites-available/default is: <VirtualHost *:80> ServerAdmin ...
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Problems reading files that have been written to the /tmp directory

I've recently started using Vagrant, running Debian for my dev environment. I love the way it just works... apart from 1 small thing... My apache server is able to write files to the /tmp directory, ...
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How do I find where Apache keeps the log files?

I need to find where Apache is keeping the access and error logs for a site. I have root access to a server where dozens of sites are hosted. I'm trying to debug one of those sites. When I browse the ...
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Apache Server on different disk partitions

I have an Apache server installed with Debian. Later, I partitioned my hard drive and installed Ubuntu on the new partition. Afterwards, I realized I could not access my Apache server while booted ...
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Weird memory spikes in Debian VPS

I run a medium VPS (4GB RAM) as a web server. I host some private Ruby on Rails sites with Apache and mod_passenger. I also have two legacy apps which run with "passenger standalone" (two Nginx ...
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Apache2 does not run on IPv4 tcp port

Can you help me please. I need run Apache2 on my Debian 7 server. But it run only on tcpv6 port, not on tcpv4 port. I installed it with apt-get install. I read some tips for this problem, but it does ...
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How do I set up of IBM Cognos Business Intelligence with an Apache web server?

I'm trying to put together an Apache configuration for quickly getting IBM Cognos Business Intelligence Server up and running. But I got no idea of how to do it, could someone help me?
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Upgrading Apache 2.2.16 (package version) to the latest version 2.2.26 (compiled version) on Debian Squeeze

I have Debian Squeeze which is shipped with Apache 2.2.16, the latest version of the package. For PCI compliance I need to upgrade to the latest 2.2.26. But this version does not exist as a binary ...
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Apache2 virtual hosts not working

I use Debian 7 and have installed a virtual host with address sub.domain.com following this tutorial: http://www.debian-administration.org/articles/412 I have enabled it, rebooted the PC but still ...
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Apache2 virtual host not working

I use Debian 7 and have installed a virtual host with address sub.domain.com following this tutorial: http://www.debian-administration.org/articles/412 I have enabled it, rebooted the PC but still ...
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Access VirtualBox Debian Apache Guest on Windows Host

I am running Oracle VirtualBox with Debian as guest OS on a Windows 7 host. I have installed Apache and specified the following two network adapters in VM: Bridge Host-only w/ the same IP set as ...
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Apache refuses to start on any port

I can't seem to get Apache to start on any port. I'm always getting the error: apache2(98)Address already in use: AH00072: make_sock: could not bind to address [::]:80 I checked to make sure that ...
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Apache subdomain can not be resolved

<VirtualHost *:80> ServerAdmin webmaster@localhost ServerName domain.no-ip.org ServerAlias www.domain.no-ip.org DocumentRoot /var/www/main ErrorLog ...
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See which file using postfix

I have a - what I think Malware - problem on my site. Using my server to send spam mail. When running top and SHIFT+M I get the following: PID USER PR NI VIRT RES SHR S %CPU %MEM TIME+ ...
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Debian - Apache 2.2 & mod_php - memory usage

I have a memory problem with my servers (Debian 6.0) where is installed Apache httpd 2.2, mod_php and APC. Actually it seems that httpd allocate all available memory (4GB) when is waiting too much ...
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(debian) installing mod_qos on apache results in error on start

I installed the mod_qos module using the steps found here, every step went perfectly fine without any problems, however, when attempting to restart the apache service it returned the following error: ...
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No communication services enabled following startup

I recently installed Parsix (Debian) on my system, and I've been struggling to figure out how to autostart my services. Of the list of services that don't run and should run are: ssh apache mysql ...
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How to allow www-data to create a folder without giving read access to the parent folder

I'm not exactly sure the right question to ask, so I'll try to explain what I'm trying to do. I have an internal web application (in PHP) that I want to be able to create a folder. The trouble is ...
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How to make a module dynamically loadable on Debian?

I'm applying an API from maxmind. They require additional an module for Apache. Now they recommend the command: apxs -i -a -L/usr/local/lib -I/usr/local/include -lGeoIP -c mod_geoip.c ...
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Moin underlay permissions

I am running moinmoin on Debian squeeze... this is a wiki I migrated from an old Debian Lenny machine whose power supply died a couple of years ago. I copied /opt/mydebianwiki to the new server and ...
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How do I create web pages in my home directory and have the web server serve them in my web browser?

I have recently installed the Apache web browser in my Debian Squeeze (using command tasksel and selecting [ ] Web server). Now I get it to start via sudo /etc/init.d/apache2 start and then I go to my ...
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Missing init.d/apache2 file

I am new to linux and just recently messed up my first apache/tomcat configuration. After trying to delete apache and tomcat, and now trying to reinstall apache 2, I am missing the init.d/apache2 file ...
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Getting PHP to work with apache to run .php files through browser

I have VPS running Debian 5.0 (I think) and I would like to get it to run PHP files. I was told it needed to be configured with Apache. I tried entering the command apt-get install apache2 php5 ...