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Subject DO NOT REPLY [Bug 24331] - SSLPassPhraseDialog exec: always default port in argv
Date Mon, 28 Feb 2005 16:58:25 GMT
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------- Additional Comments From warp-9.9@usa.net  2005-02-28 17:58 -------
> I think the conclusion here was NOTABUG: you must specify the port in the
> ServerName directive, otherwise you get the default port.

This probably is a feature enhancement for the config parsing, as it should be
fixed once there, and not in every other module.  So the RESOLVED/WONTFIX makes
sense here and hopefully plenty of explanation for anyone who's curious.  And if
anyone really just needs this specific module to work without specifying the
ServerName port number, the patches are here.

While this will work with specifying the ServerName port (as indicated in the
docs), I still think that it is redundant to require the port when it will be
the same as the one specified for the VirtualHost.  I think for the case with
one IP:port pair, the port should be inherited from the VirtualHost context.

It would never make sense to do this, would it?

<VirtualHost 1.2.3.4:4300>
    ServerName foo:9999
</VirtualHost>

If the only reason the ServerName port is specified is to make sure that it is
the same as the one specified for the VirtualHost, then it's redundant.  If the
ServerName port within a VirtualHost is not set, then it can be made the same as
the VirtualHost.  It's neither confusing nor redundant nor expensive to do so,
so I don't see the problem.

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