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Apache 2 Pocket Reference: For Apache Programmers & Administratorsby Andrew Ford
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Even if you know the Apache web server inside and out, you still need an occasional on-the-job reminder — especially if you're moving to the newer Apache 2.x. This book gives you exactly what you need to get the job done without forcing you to plow through a cumbersome doorstop of a reference. Apache Pocket Reference offers essential information to help you configure and maintain the server quickly, with brief explanations that get directly to the point. The second edition covers Apache 2.x as well as popular Apache 1.3.x still used by many webmasters, web administrators, programmers, and others. The new edition includes: Summaries of command-line options, configuration directives, and modules Key information about Apache support utilities Compatibility issues between Apache 1.3.x and Apache 2.x
Apache remains a key component in the vast majority of networks on the Web, currently running more than half of the world's sites. Whether you manage huge e-commerce operations, corporate intranets, or small hobby websites, Apache Pocket Reference is ideal for savvy administrators who no long need detailed tutorials — and it's just the right size for your tote bag.
Apache remains the most widely used Web server platform, running more than half of the world's Web sites. This pocket reference guide features up-to-date information for Apache administrators.
Even if you know the Apache web server inside and out, you still need an occasional on-the-job reminder — especially if you're moving to the newer Apache 2.x. Apache 2 Pocket Reference gives you exactly what you need to get the job done without forcing you to plow through a cumbersome, doorstop-sized reference.
Whether you manage huge e-commerce operations, corporate intranets, or small personal websites, Apache 2 Pocket Reference is ideal for savvy administrators who no longer need detailed tutorials and just want a convenient, on-the-job reference.
About the Author
Andrew Ford is an author and consulting computer programmer who has been involved with the Web since its early days. His book Spinning the Web was the first on publishing with the Web. He also maintains a collection of quick reference cards at http://refcards.com.
Table of Contents
PrefaceChapter 1: IntroductionChapter 2: Server EnvironmentChapter 3: URL MappingChapter 4: Access ControlsChapter 5: Document MetainformationChapter 6: Content HandlersChapter 7: FiltersChapter 8: CachingChapter 9: ProxyingChapter 10: SSL/TLS SupportChapter 11: LoggingPrograms and ModulesCGI Environment Variablesstrftime() Time FormatsHTTP Status CodesHTTP Header Fields
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