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From Brian Behlendorf <br...@hyperreal.com>
Subject cvs commit: apache/src Configuration.tmpl
Date Fri, 07 Jun 1996 17:35:02 GMT
brian       96/06/07 10:35:01

  Modified:    src       Configuration.tmpl
  Log:
  Rearranges the ordering of the optional modules, and provides somewhat clearer
  explanations as to the functionality of each module.
  
  Revision  Changes    Path
  1.17      +86 -50    apache/src/Configuration.tmpl
  
  Index: Configuration.tmpl
  ===================================================================
  RCS file: /export/home/cvs/apache/src/Configuration.tmpl,v
  retrieving revision 1.16
  retrieving revision 1.17
  diff -C3 -r1.16 -r1.17
  *** Configuration.tmpl	1996/05/28 03:02:29	1.16
  --- Configuration.tmpl	1996/06/07 17:34:59	1.17
  ***************
  *** 42,52 ****
    # -DNO_MMAP
    
    # Status Instrumentation
  ! #  In order for the status module to obtain full statistics Apache must
  ! #  be modified to keep track of various information.  This is not
  ! #  turned on by default.
  ! # In order to enable full status details add -DSTATUS to
  ! # the end of the CFLAGS line below
    
    # [Some other former Apache compile-time options are now treated differently;
    #  the virtual host code is always present; DBM auth is an optional module, and
  --- 42,63 ----
    # -DNO_MMAP
    
    # Status Instrumentation
  ! # In order for the status module to obtain full statistics Apache must
  ! # be modified to keep track of various information.  This is not
  ! # turned on by default. In order to enable full status details add -DSTATUS 
  ! # to the end of the CFLAGS line below.
  ! 
  ! # Using SOCKS
  ! # Apache can be compiled to work over a SOCKS firewall by 
  ! # adding the following string to your CFLAGS define:
  ! #
  ! #  -Dconnect=Rconnect -Dselect=Rselect -Dgethstbyname=Rgethostbyname
  ! #
  ! # and by adding the following to the EXTRA_LIBS define:
  ! #
  ! #  -L/usr/local/lib -lsocks
  ! #
  ! # making sure that -L points to wherever you've put libsocks.a.
    
    # [Some other former Apache compile-time options are now treated differently;
    #  the virtual host code is always present; DBM auth is an optional module, and
  ***************
  *** 103,109 ****
    #AUX_LIBS= -lPW -lsocket -lmalloc -lcrypt_i
    # For SCO OpenServer Release 5
    # -K noinline is needed to work around an optimiser bug which appears in
  ! # mod_bprintf.c
    #AUX_CFLAGS= -DSCO5
    #AUX_LIBS=-lsocket -lmalloc -lprot
    #BROKEN_BPRINTF_FLAGS=-K noinline
  --- 114,120 ----
    #AUX_LIBS= -lPW -lsocket -lmalloc -lcrypt_i
    # For SCO OpenServer Release 5
    # -K noinline is needed to work around an optimiser bug which appears in
  ! # http_bprintf.c
    #AUX_CFLAGS= -DSCO5
    #AUX_LIBS=-lsocket -lmalloc -lprot
    #BROKEN_BPRINTF_FLAGS=-K noinline
  ***************
  *** 150,156 ****
    # can have visible effects; for instance, if UserDir followed Alias,
    # you couldn't alias out a particular user's home directory.
    
  ! # Basic modules (i.e., generally useful stuff that works everyplace):
    
    Module mime_module         mod_mime.o
    Module access_module       mod_access.o
  --- 161,176 ----
    # can have visible effects; for instance, if UserDir followed Alias,
    # you couldn't alias out a particular user's home directory.
    
  ! # The configuration below is what we consider a decent default 
  ! # configuration.  If you want the functionality provided by a particular
  ! # module, remove the "#" sign at the beginning of the line. But remember, 
  ! # the more modules you compile into the server, the larger the executable
  ! # is and the more memory it will take, so if you are unlikely to use the
  ! # functionality of a particular module you might wish to leave it out.
  ! 
  ! ## Basic modules (i.e., generally useful stuff that works everyplace):
  ! ## You should probably not comment out any of these unless you know what it
  ! ## does and you know you won't need it.
    
    Module mime_module         mod_mime.o
    Module access_module       mod_access.o
  ***************
  *** 163,226 ****
    Module alias_module        mod_alias.o
    Module common_log_module   mod_log_common.o
    
  ! # Modules which implement Apache extensions:
  ! # These can be commented out if you don't want them
    
    Module asis_module        mod_asis.o
    Module imap_module        mod_imap.o
    Module action_module      mod_actions.o
  - Module cern_meta_module   mod_cern_meta.o
  - Module env_module         mod_env.o
  - Module anon_auth_module   mod_auth_anon.o
  - Module digest_module      mod_digest.o
  - 
  - # The status module allows the server to display current details about 
  - # how well it is performing and what it is doing.  Consider also enabling 
  - # -DSTATUS (see the CFLAGS section near the start of the file) to allow
  - # full status information.  Check conf/access.conf on how to enable this.
  - 
  - Module status_module	mod_status.o
  - 
  - # Optional authentication modules, which should only be
  - # uncommented out if you have the neccessary system support.
  - # (if you don't have the decade-old "new" DBM libs, for example)
  - 
  - # Module dbm_auth_module  mod_auth_dbm.o
  - # Module db_auth_module   mod_auth_db.o
  - # Module msql_auth_module mod_auth_msql.o
    
  ! # Optional modules for *full* NCSA compatibility --- we think these log
  ! # files are a bad idea, but reasonable people seem to disagree:
    
    # Module agent_log_module    mod_log_agent.o
    # Module referer_log_module  mod_log_referer.o
    
  ! # Finally, outright experiments --- mod_dld defines commands which
  ! # allows other modules to be loaded in at runtime, and mod_cookies
  ! # uses Netscape cookies to automatically construct and log accurate
  ! # click-trails from Netscape cookies, for Netscape-using clients who
  ! # aren't coming in via proxy.   
    
    # Module dld_module     mod_dld.o
    # Module cookies_module mod_cookies.o
    
  ! # Even more finally, the proxy module. Incomplete, buggy and possibly dangerous
  ! # Use it at your own risk.
    
    # Module proxy_module       mod_proxy.o
    
  - # Finally, this is a *replacement* for mod_log_common which 
  - # supports a LogFormat directive which allows you to specify what
  - # goes into the TransferLog (if you want Referer, etc.) --- see the
  - # source code for docs.  It is likely that something like this will
  - # be the default logger in a future release, but this is very much
  - # an experimental piece of code, and the syntax, etc., are still
  - # up for grabs.
  - #
  - # If you play with this, remember to drop the standard
  - # mod_log_common --- a server with both will work, but you'll get
  - # very confused trying to figure out what's going on...
  - 
  - # Module config_log_module mod_log_config.o
    
    
  --- 183,262 ----
    Module alias_module        mod_alias.o
    Module common_log_module   mod_log_common.o
    
  ! ## The asis module implemented ".asis" file types, which allow the embedding
  ! ## of HTTP headers at the beginning of the document.  mod_imap handles internal 
  ! ## imagemaps (no more cgi-bin/imagemap/!).  mod_actions is used to specify 
  ! ## CGI scripts which act as "handlers" for particular files, for example to
  ! ## automatically convert every GIF to another file type.
    
    Module asis_module        mod_asis.o
    Module imap_module        mod_imap.o
    Module action_module      mod_actions.o
    
  ! ## Optional modules for NCSA user-agent/referer logging compatibility
  ! ## We recommend, however, that you migrate to the configurable logging
  ! ## module, below.
    
    # Module agent_log_module    mod_log_agent.o
    # Module referer_log_module  mod_log_referer.o
    
  ! ## This is a *replacement* for mod_log_common which supports a
  ! ## LogFormat directive which allows you to specify what goes into 
  ! ## the TransferLog (if you want Referer, etc.)  source code for docs.
  ! ##
  ! ## If you play with this, remember to drop the standard
  ! ## mod_log_common --- a server with both will work, but you'll get
  ! ## very confused trying to figure out what's going on...
  ! 
  ! # Module config_log_module mod_log_config.o
  ! 
  ! ## cern_meta mimicks the behavior of the CERN web server with regards to 
  ! ## metainformation files.  mod_env allows the setting of extra CGI environment
  ! ## variables.  The anon_auth module allows for anonymous-FTP-style username/
  ! ## password authentication.
  ! 
  ! # Module cern_meta_module   mod_cern_meta.o
  ! # Module env_module         mod_env.o
  ! # Module anon_auth_module   mod_auth_anon.o
  ! 
  ! ## The status module allows the server to display current details about 
  ! ## how well it is performing and what it is doing.  Consider also enabling 
  ! ## -DSTATUS (see the CFLAGS section near the start of the file) to allow
  ! ## full status information.  Check conf/access.conf on how to enable this.
  ! 
  ! # Module status_module	mod_status.o
  ! 
  ! ## The Info module displays configuration information for the server and 
  ! ## all included modules. It's very useful for debugging.
  ! 
  ! # Module info_module    mod_info.o
  ! 
  ! ## Optional authentication modules, which should only be
  ! ## uncommented out if you have the neccessary system support.
  ! ## (if you don't have the decade-old "new" DBM libs, for example)
  ! ## db_auth works with Berkeley DB files, and msql_auth checks 
  ! ## against an MSQL database.  Finally, mod_digest implements HTTP 
  ! ## Digest Authentication rather than the less secure Basic Auth
  ! ## used by the other modules.
  ! 
  ! # Module dbm_auth_module  mod_auth_dbm.o
  ! # Module db_auth_module   mod_auth_db.o
  ! # Module msql_auth_module mod_auth_msql.o
  ! # Module digest_module    mod_digest.o
  ! 
  ! ## Outright experiments --- mod_dld defines commands which
  ! ## allows other modules to be loaded in at runtime, and mod_cookies
  ! ## uses Netscape cookies to automatically construct and log accurate
  ! ## click-trails from Netscape cookies, for Netscape-using clients who
  ! ## aren't coming in via proxy.   
    
    # Module dld_module     mod_dld.o
    # Module cookies_module mod_cookies.o
    
  ! ## Finally, the proxy module.  It's not as complete as it could
  ! ## be yet, so use at your own risk.
    
    # Module proxy_module       mod_proxy.o
    
    
    
  
  
  

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