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Use this tag for questions related to the Apache HTTP server (any version, but make sure to provide Apache version numbers in the question unless not relevant). Non-apache web server-related questions should use the tag: webserver.

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I cannot remember if somewhere else I must have a link to my /etc/httpd/conf.d/mycustom.conf file? I am trying to get two domain names on same IP to link to different folders but so in the url you …
asked May 30 '13 by cea
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I used to edit the settings in etc/conf/httpd.conf for better memory performance <IfModule prefork.c> StartServers 2 MinSpareServers 3 MaxSpareServers 3 ServerLimit 15 MaxClients …
asked Nov 12 '14 by cea
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I just installed openmeetings for first time on centos 6.5 and it was working but couldn't figure out why it had a folder full of identical files to my /usr/local/red5 I mean I just can't understand w …
asked Mar 17 '14 by cea
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I have 50 sites with separate databases in drupal 7 set up and manage it in terminal on centos 7 and wondering if there is a way I can avoid having to have them all listed in custom conf file because …
asked Feb 21 '15 by cea
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In /etc/httpd the ssl folder, if that is removed does that mean any site on the server if directed to https:// will not throw warning? I got a certificate a while back but soon realized if not a paid …
asked Jun 5 '14 by cea
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In /etc/httpd/conf.d for custom conf file where you have multiple sites and databases but with different systems installed in non root folders can you declare more than one rewrite rule like below? I …
asked Nov 10 '14 by cea