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Subject DO NOT REPLY [Bug 12920] - server-status needs "r" access to DocumentRoot directory
Date Mon, 23 Sep 2002 16:22:47 GMT
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------- Additional Comments From wrowe@apache.org  2002-09-23 16:22 -------

  Did you enable Multiviews in your document root?  If Multiviews are
  enabled but fail, Apache takes a very hard line and possibly won't 
  serve the request at all.  This change was made to prevent folks walking
  around the Multiview'ed index.html.xx files and receiving an autoindexed
  listing.  However, the behavior is probably -too- strict if an explicit
  <location > handler is assigned.  I will try to get some research into
  this early next month.

  Please disable Multiviews in your docroot and see if the request can be
  served.  And recognize this isn't a bug --- Multiviews MUST read the
  directory in order to determine what variants are available.  You can
  always use typemap files to provide explicit lists while continuing to
  deny read access, although the user must request the variant map 
  explicitly (or you can rewrite the index.html request to index.html.var).

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