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Subject DO NOT REPLY [Bug 9076] New: - 'satisfy any' fails when no .htaccess file exists
Date Tue, 14 May 2002 17:15:29 GMT
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'satisfy any' fails when no .htaccess file exists

           Summary: 'satisfy any' fails when no .htaccess file exists
           Product: Apache httpd-1.3
           Version: 1.3.24
          Platform: Sun
        OS/Version: Solaris
            Status: NEW
          Severity: Minor
          Priority: Other
         Component: Auth/Access
        AssignedTo: bugs@httpd.apache.org
        ReportedBy: mike808@users.sourceforge.net


Server Version: Apache/1.3.24 (Unix)
Server Built: May 1 2002 10:07:09
API Version: 19990320:11
Run Mode: standalone

>From the httpd.conf:
  <IfModule mod_info.c>
  <Location /server-info>
      SetHandler server-info
      Order deny,allow
      Deny from all
      Allow from 127 10 192.168
      Satisfy any
  </Location>
  </IfModule>

This is a LOCATION directive, which processes after the .htaccess directives 
have occurred. For my docroot directory, I've got an "AllowOverride All" in 
place. However, in that root directory, I do *not* have an .htaccess file.

I get a Server Error 500, and it generates an access_log entry, but no 
error_log entry.

access_log:
10.X.X.X - - [14/May/2002:11:40:20 -0500] "GET /server-info HTTP/1.1" 500
630

If I remove the "Satisfy any" clause, operation is normal. The issue is that
I don't know in advance if the user will put a .htaccess file in place
to pre-determine if I need to put a "Satisfy any" clause in the LOCATION blocks.

I don't know if "Satisfy any" requires an .htaccess file and a "Require" clause 
in it before it will work.

I think the behaviour should be that "Satisfy any" doesn't care if there is 
a .htaccess file or not (implies no condition, but not satisfied). Using 
a "Satisfy any" should always allow access if not specified by either 
.htaccess or "Allow from"

Michael.

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