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From Marc Slemko <m...@hyperreal.org>
Subject cvs commit: apache/htdocs/manual/misc descriptors.html
Date Wed, 02 Jul 1997 18:07:18 GMT
marc        97/07/02 11:07:18

  Modified:    htdocs/manual  vhosts-in-depth.html
               htdocs/manual/misc  descriptors.html
  Log:
  Fix bogus HTML.
  
  Revision  Changes    Path
  1.10      +8 -4      apache/htdocs/manual/vhosts-in-depth.html
  
  Index: vhosts-in-depth.html
  ===================================================================
  RCS file: /export/home/cvs/apache/htdocs/manual/vhosts-in-depth.html,v
  retrieving revision 1.9
  retrieving revision 1.10
  diff -C3 -r1.9 -r1.10
  *** vhosts-in-depth.html	1997/06/04 11:07:52	1.9
  --- vhosts-in-depth.html	1997/07/02 18:07:16	1.10
  ***************
  *** 357,379 ****
    <li>Place all main_server definitions before any VirtualHost definitions.
    (This is to aid the readability of the configuration -- the post-config
    merging process makes it non-obvious that definitions mixed in around
  ! virtualhosts might affect all virtualhosts.)</p>
    
    <li>Arrange your VirtualHosts such
    that all name-based virtual hosts come first, followed by IP-based
  ! virtual hosts, followed by any <SAMP>_default_</SAMP> virtual host</p>
    
    <li>Avoid <code>ServerPaths</code> which are prefixes of other
    <code>ServerPaths</code>.  If you cannot avoid this then you have to
    ensure that the longer (more specific) prefix vhost appears earlier in
    the configuration file than the shorter (less specific) prefix
    (<EM>i.e.</EM>, &quot;ServerPath /abc&quot; should appear after
  ! &quot;ServerPath /abcdef&quot;). </p>
    
    <li>Do not use <i>port-based</i> vhosts in the same server as
    name-based vhosts.  A loose definition for port-based is a vhost which
    is determined by the port on the server (<em>i.e.</em> one server with
  ! ports 8000, 8080, and 80 all of which have different configurations).</p>
    
    </ul>
    
  --- 357,383 ----
    <li>Place all main_server definitions before any VirtualHost definitions.
    (This is to aid the readability of the configuration -- the post-config
    merging process makes it non-obvious that definitions mixed in around
  ! virtualhosts might affect all virtualhosts.)
  ! <p>
    
    <li>Arrange your VirtualHosts such
    that all name-based virtual hosts come first, followed by IP-based
  ! virtual hosts, followed by any <SAMP>_default_</SAMP> virtual host
  ! <p>
    
    <li>Avoid <code>ServerPaths</code> which are prefixes of other
    <code>ServerPaths</code>.  If you cannot avoid this then you have to
    ensure that the longer (more specific) prefix vhost appears earlier in
    the configuration file than the shorter (less specific) prefix
    (<EM>i.e.</EM>, &quot;ServerPath /abc&quot; should appear after
  ! &quot;ServerPath /abcdef&quot;).
  ! <p>
    
    <li>Do not use <i>port-based</i> vhosts in the same server as
    name-based vhosts.  A loose definition for port-based is a vhost which
    is determined by the port on the server (<em>i.e.</em> one server with
  ! ports 8000, 8080, and 80 all of which have different configurations).
  ! <p>
    
    </ul>
    
  
  
  
  1.3       +6 -6      apache/htdocs/manual/misc/descriptors.html
  
  Index: descriptors.html
  ===================================================================
  RCS file: /export/home/cvs/apache/htdocs/manual/misc/descriptors.html,v
  retrieving revision 1.2
  retrieving revision 1.3
  diff -C3 -r1.2 -r1.3
  *** descriptors.html	1997/07/02 03:23:06	1.2
  --- descriptors.html	1997/07/02 18:07:17	1.3
  ***************
  *** 73,85 ****
    	will run into trouble if more than approximately 240 Listen
    	directives are used.  This may be cured by rebuilding your kernel
    	with a higher FD_SETSIZE.
  !     </p>
    
        <dt> <b>FreeBSD 2.2, BSDI 2.1+</b>
        <dd> Similar to the BSDI 2.0 case, you should define
    	<code>FD_SETSIZE</code> and rebuild.  But the extra
    	Listen limitation doesn't exist.
  !     </p>
    
        <dt> <b>Linux</b>
        <dd> By default Linux has a kernel maximum of 256 open descriptors
  --- 73,85 ----
    	will run into trouble if more than approximately 240 Listen
    	directives are used.  This may be cured by rebuilding your kernel
    	with a higher FD_SETSIZE.
  !     <p>
    
        <dt> <b>FreeBSD 2.2, BSDI 2.1+</b>
        <dd> Similar to the BSDI 2.0 case, you should define
    	<code>FD_SETSIZE</code> and rebuild.  But the extra
    	Listen limitation doesn't exist.
  !     <p>
    
        <dt> <b>Linux</b>
        <dd> By default Linux has a kernel maximum of 256 open descriptors
  ***************
  *** 95,101 ****
    	256.  As of this writing the patches available for increasing
    	the number of descriptors do not take this into account.  On a
    	dedicated webserver you probably won't run into trouble.
  !     </p>
    
        <dt> <b>Solaris through 2.5.1</b>
        <dd> Solaris has a kernel hard limit of 1024 (may be lower in earlier
  --- 95,101 ----
    	256.  As of this writing the patches available for increasing
    	the number of descriptors do not take this into account.  On a
    	dedicated webserver you probably won't run into trouble.
  !     <p>
    
        <dt> <b>Solaris through 2.5.1</b>
        <dd> Solaris has a kernel hard limit of 1024 (may be lower in earlier
  ***************
  *** 107,124 ****
    	build Apache with <code>-DHIGH_SLACK_LINE=256</code> added to
    	<code>EXTRA_CFLAGS</code>.  You will be limited to approximately
    	240 error logs if you do this.
  !     </p>
    
        <dt> <b>AIX version ??</b>
        <dd> AIX appears to have a hard limit of 128 descriptors.  End of
    	story.
  !     </p>
    
        <dt> <b>Others</b>
        <dd> If you have details on another operating system, please submit
    	it through our <a href="http://www.apache.org/bug_report.html">Bug
    	Report Page</a>.
  !     </p>
    
    </dl>
    
  --- 107,124 ----
    	build Apache with <code>-DHIGH_SLACK_LINE=256</code> added to
    	<code>EXTRA_CFLAGS</code>.  You will be limited to approximately
    	240 error logs if you do this.
  !     <p>
    
        <dt> <b>AIX version ??</b>
        <dd> AIX appears to have a hard limit of 128 descriptors.  End of
    	story.
  !     <p>
    
        <dt> <b>Others</b>
        <dd> If you have details on another operating system, please submit
    	it through our <a href="http://www.apache.org/bug_report.html">Bug
    	Report Page</a>.
  !     <p>
    
    </dl>
    
  
  
  

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