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PostPosted: Sat 09 Sep '06 20:47    Post subject: Tackling Apache zombies Reply with quote

Nick Kew writes:

The net is full of Apache knowledge. Tips and tricks, discussion fora, experts of all kinds, and innumerable "how-tos" and tutorials on a range of subjects. Some of these are worth reading; others may be otherwise.

Among all this wisdom are some myths and half-truths that are so well known as to be "common knowledge". They regularly need to be "un-explained" in the support fora. They typically have origins in the very early days of Apache and its predecessor the NCSA server, and were either true in the distant past, or appeared in tutorial examples which gathered momentum to become, in cargo cult terms, the One True Way. Now, zombie-like, they refuse to die.

So, let's tackle some of them here. I've selected four that can lead you into trouble if misunderstood.

Read more at www.regdeveloper.co.uk/2006/08/01/apache_undead/
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