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Subject svn commit: r106825 - httpd/httpd/branches/2.0.x/docs/manual
Date Sun, 28 Nov 2004 18:34:15 GMT
Author: nd
Date: Sun Nov 28 10:34:14 2004
New Revision: 106825

URL: http://svn.apache.org/viewcvs?view=rev&rev=106825
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--- httpd/httpd/branches/2.0.x/docs/manual/glossary.html.en	(original)
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@@ -23,331 +23,417 @@
 <a href="./ko/glossary.html" hreflang="ko" rel="alternate" title="Korean">&nbsp;ko&nbsp;</a></p>
 </div>
 
-<p>This glossary defines some of the common terminology related to
-Apache in particular, and web serving in general.  More information
-on each concept is provided in the links.</p>
-</div>
+    <p>This glossary defines some of the common terminology related to Apache in
+      particular, and web serving in general.  More information on each concept
+      is provided in the links.</p>
+  </div>
 <div class="top"><a href="#page-header"><img alt="top" src="./images/up.gif" /></a></div>
 <div class="section">
 <h2><a name="definitions" id="definitions">Definitions</a></h2>
 
-<dl>
-<dt><a name="accesscontrol">Access Control</a></dt>
-<dd>The restriction of access to network realms. In an Apache context
-    usually the restriction of access to certain <em>URLs</em>.<br />
-See:  <a href="howto/auth.html">Authentication, Authorization, and Access
-Control</a></dd>
-
-<dt><a name="algorithm">Algorithm</a></dt>
-<dd>An unambiguous formula or set of rules for solving a problem in
-a finite number of steps. Algorithms for encryption are usually called
-<dfn>Ciphers</dfn>.</dd>
-
-<dt><a name="apacheextensiontool">APache eXtension Tool</a> <a name="apxs">(apxs)</a></dt> <dd>A perl script that aids in compiling <a href="#module">module</a> sources into Dynamic Shared Objects (<a href="#dso">DSO</a>s) and helps install them in the Apache Web
-server.<br /> See: <a href="programs/apxs.html">Manual Page: apxs</a></dd>
-
-<dt><a name="authentication">Authentication</a></dt>
-<dd>The positive identification of a network entity such as a server, a
-client, or a user.<br /> See: <a href="howto/auth.html">Authentication, Authorization, and Access
-Control</a></dd>
-
-<dt><a name="certificate">Certificate</a></dt>
-<dd>A data record used for authenticating network entities such
-    as a server or a client. A certificate contains X.509 information pieces
-    about its owner (called the subject) and the signing <a href="#certificationauthority">Certification Authority</a> (called the
-    issuer), plus the owner's <a href="#publickey">public key</a> and the
-    signature made by the CA. Network entities verify these signatures
-    using CA certificates.<br />
-See: <a href="ssl/">SSL/TLS Encryption</a></dd>
-
-<dt><a name="certificatsigningrequest">Certificate Signing Request</a>
-<a name="csr">(CSR)</a></dt> <dd>An unsigned <a href="#certificate">certificate</a> for submission to a <a href="#certificationauthority">Certification Authority</a>, which signs it
-with the <a href="#privatekey">Private Key</a> of their CA
-<em>Certificate</em>. Once the CSR is signed, it becomes a real
-certificate.<br />
-See: <a href="ssl/">SSL/TLS Encryption</a></dd>
-
-<dt><a name="certificationauthority">Certification Authority</a> <a name="ca">(CA)</a></dt> <dd>A trusted third party whose purpose is to
-sign certificates for network entities it has authenticated using
-secure means. Other network entities can check the signature to verify
-that a CA has authenticated the bearer of a certificate.<br />
-See: <a href="ssl/">SSL/TLS Encryption</a></dd>
-
-<dt><a name="cipher">Cipher</a></dt> <dd>An algorithm or system for
-data encryption. Examples are DES, IDEA, RC4, etc.<br />
-See: <a href="ssl/">SSL/TLS Encryption</a></dd>
-
-<dt><a name="ciphertext">Ciphertext</a></dt> <dd>The result after <a href="#plaintext">Plaintext</a> is passed through a <a href="#cipher">Cipher</a>.<br /> See: <a href="ssl/">SSL/TLS
-Encryption</a></dd>
-
-<dt><a name="commongatewayinterface">Common Gateway Interface</a> <a name="cgi">(CGI)</a></dt> <dd>A standard definition for an interface
-between a web server and an external program that allows the external
-program to service requests.  The interface was originally defined by
-<a href="http://hoohoo.ncsa.uiuc.edu/cgi/overview.html">NCSA</a> but
-there is also an <a href="http://cgi-spec.golux.com/">RFC
-project</a>.<br />
-See: <a href="howto/cgi.html">Dynamic Content with CGI</a></dd>
-
-
-<dt><a name="configurationdirective">Configuration Directive</a></dt>
-<dd>See: <a href="#directive">Directive</a></dd>
-
-<dt><a name="configurationfile">Configuration File</a></dt>
-<dd>A text file containing <a href="#directive">Directives</a>
-that control the configuration of Apache.<br />
-See: <a href="configuring.html">Configuration Files</a></dd>
-
-<dt><a name="connect">CONNECT</a></dt>
-<dd>An HTTP <a href="#method">method</a> for proxying raw data channels
-over HTTP. It can be used to encapsulate other protocols, such as the SSL
-protocol.</dd>
-
-<dt><a name="context">Context</a></dt> <dd>An area in the <a href="#configurationfile">configuration files</a> where certain types
-of <a href="#directive">directives</a> are allowed.<br /> See: <a href="mod/directive-dict.html#Context">Terms
-Used to Describe Apache Directives</a></dd>
-
-<dt><a name="digitalsignature">Digital Signature</a></dt>
-<dd>An encrypted text block that validates a certificate or other file. A
-    <a href="#certificationauthority">Certification Authority</a> creates a
-    signature by generating a hash of the <em>Public Key</em> embedded in a
-    <em>Certificate</em>, then encrypting the hash with its own <em>Private
-    Key</em>. Only the CA's public key can decrypt the signature, verifying
-    that the CA has authenticated the network entity that owns the
-    <em>Certificate</em>.<br />
-See: <a href="ssl/">SSL/TLS Encryption</a></dd>
-
-<dt><a name="directive">Directive</a></dt> <dd>A configuration command
-that controls one or more aspects of Apache's behavior.  Directives
-are placed in the <a href="#configurationfile">Configuration
-File</a><br /> See: <a href="mod/directives.html">Directive
-Index</a></dd>
-
-<dt><a name="dynamicsharedobject">Dynamic Shared Object</a> <a name="dso">(DSO)</a></dt> <dd><a href="#module">Modules</a> compiled
-separately from the Apache httpd binary that can be loaded on-demand.<br />
-See: <a href="dso.html">Dynamic Shared Object Support</a></dd>
-
-<dt><a name="environmentvariable">Environment Variable</a> <a name="env-variable">(env-variable)</a></dt>
-<dd>Named variables managed by the operating system shell
-and used to store information and communicate between programs.  Apache also
-contains internal variables that are referred to as environment variables,
-but are stored in internal Apache structures, rather than in the 
-shell environment.<br />
-See: <a href="env.html">Environment Variables in Apache</a></dd>
-
-<dt><a name="export-crippled">Export-Crippled</a></dt>
-<dd>Diminished in cryptographic strength (and security) in order to comply
-    with the United States' Export Administration Regulations (EAR).
-    Export-crippled cryptographic software is limited to a small key size,
-    resulting in <em>Ciphertext</em> which usually can be decrypted by brute
-    force.<br />
-See: <a href="ssl/">SSL/TLS Encryption</a></dd>
-
-<dt><a name="filter">Filter</a></dt>
-<dd>A process that is applied to data that is sent or received by the
-server.  Input filters process
-data sent by the client to the server, while output filters process
-documents on the server before they are sent to the client.  For
-example, the <code>INCLUDES</code> output filter processes documents
-for <a href="#ssi">Server Side Includes</a>.<br /> See: <a href="filter.html">Filters</a></dd>
-
-<dt><a name="fully-qualifieddomain-name">Fully-Qualified
-Domain-Name</a> <a name="fqdn">(FQDN)</a></dt> <dd>The unique name of
-a network entity, consisting of a hostname and a domain name that can
-resolve to an IP address. For example, <code>www</code> is a hostname,
-<code>example.com</code> is a domain name, and
-<code>www.example.com</code> is a fully-qualified domain name.</dd>
-
-<dt><a name="handler">Handler</a></dt>
-<dd>An internal Apache representation of the action to be performed when
-a file is called. Generally, files have implicit handlers, based on the file
-type. Normally, all files are simply served by the server, but certain
-file types are "handled" separately.  For example, the
-<code>cgi-script</code> handler designates files to be processed as <a href="#cgi">CGIs</a>.<br />
-See: <a href="handler.html">Apache's Handler Use</a></dd>
-
-<dt><a name="header">Header</a></dt>
-<dd>The part of the <a href="#http">HTTP</a> request and response that
-is sent before the actual content, and that contains meta-information
-describing the content.</dd>
-
-<dt><a name=".htaccess">.htaccess</a></dt> <dd>A <a href="#configurationfile">configuration file</a> that is placed inside
-the web tree and applies configuration <a href="#directive">directives</a> to the directory where it is placed
-and all sub-directories.  Despite its name, this file can hold almost
-any type of directive, not just access-control directives.<br />
-See: <a href="configuring.html">Configuration Files</a></dd>
-
-<dt><a name="httpd.conf">httpd.conf</a></dt>
-<dd>The main Apache <a href="#configurationfile">configuration file</a>.
-The default location is <code>/usr/local/apache2/conf/httpd.conf</code>,
-but it may be moved using run-time or compile-time configuration.<br />
-See: <a href="configuring.html">Configuration Files</a></dd>
-
-<dt><a name="hypertexttransferprotocol">HyperText Transfer
-Protocol</a> <a name="http">(HTTP)</a></dt>
-<dd>The standard transmission protocol used on the World Wide Web.
-Apache implements version 1.1 of the protocol, referred to as HTTP/1.1
-and defined by <a href="http://ietf.org/rfc/rfc2616.txt">RFC 2616</a>.</dd>
-
-<dt><a name="https">HTTPS</a></dt>
-<dd>The HyperText Transfer Protocol (Secure), the standard encrypted
-    communication mechanism on the World Wide Web. This is actually just HTTP
-    over <a href="#ssl">SSL</a>.<br />
-See: <a href="ssl/">SSL/TLS Encryption</a></dd>
-
-<dt><a name="method">Method</a></dt> <dd>In the context of <a href="#http">HTTP</a>, an action to perform on a resource, specified
-on the request line by the client.  Some of the methods available in
-HTTP are <code>GET</code>, <code>POST</code>, and <code>PUT</code>.</dd>
-
-<dt><a name="messagedigest">Message Digest</a></dt>
-<dd>A hash of a message, which can be used to verify that the contents of
-    the message have not been altered in transit.<br />
-See: <a href="ssl/">SSL/TLS Encryption</a></dd>
-
-<dt><a name="mime-type">MIME-type</a></dt> <dd>A way to describe the
-kind of document being transmitted.  Its name comes from that fact
-that its format is borrowed from the Multipurpose Internet Mail
-Extensions.  It consists of a major type and a minor type, separated
-by a slash.  Some examples are <code>text/html</code>,
-<code>image/gif</code>, and <code>application/octet-stream</code>.  In
-HTTP, the MIME-type is transmitted in the <code>Content-Type</code> <a href="#header">header</a>.<br /> See: <a href="mod/mod_mime.html">mod_mime</a></dd>
-
-<dt><a name="module">Module</a></dt> <dd>An independent part of a
-program.  Much of Apache's functionality is contained in modules that
-you can choose to include or exclude.  Modules that are compiled into
-the Apache httpd binary are called <em>static modules</em>, while
-modules that are stored separately and can be optionally loaded at
-run-time are called <em>dynamic modules</em> or <a href="#dso">DSOs</a>.  Modules that are included by default are called
-<em>base modules</em>.  Many modules are available for Apache that are
-not distributed as part of the Apache HTTP Server <a href="#tarball">tarball</a>.  These are referred to as <em>third-party
-modules</em>.<br />
-See: <a href="mod/">Module Index</a></dd>
-
-<dt><a name="modulemagicnumber">Module Magic Number</a> (<a name="mmn">MMN</a>)</dt>
-<dd>
-Module Magic Number is a constant defined in the Apache source code
-that is associated with binary compatibility of modules. It is changed
-when internal Apache structures, function calls and other significant
-parts of API change in such a way that binary compatibility cannot be
-guaranteed any more. On MMN change, all third party modules have to be
-at least recompiled, sometimes even slightly changed in order to work
-with the new version of Apache.
-</dd>
-
-<dt><a name="openssl">OpenSSL</a></dt>
-<dd>The Open Source toolkit for SSL/TLS<br />
-    see <a href="http://www.openssl.org/">http://www.openssl.org/</a></dd>
-
-<dt><a name="passphrase">Pass Phrase</a></dt>
-<dd>The word or phrase that protects private key files.
-It prevents unauthorized users from encrypting them. Usually it's just
-the secret encryption/decryption
-key used for <a name="cipher">Ciphers</a>.<br /> See: <a href="ssl/">SSL/TLS Encryption</a></dd>
-
-<dt><a name="plaintext">Plaintext</a></dt>
-<dd>The unencrypted text.</dd>
-
-<dt><a name="privatekey">Private Key</a></dt> <dd>The secret key in a
-<a href="#publickeycryptography">Public Key Cryptography</a> system,
-used to decrypt incoming messages and sign outgoing ones.<br />
-See: <a href="ssl/">SSL/TLS Encryption</a></dd>
-
-<dt><a name="proxy">Proxy</a></dt> <dd>An intermediate server that
-sits between the client and the <em>origin server</em>.  It accepts
-requests from clients, transmits those requests on to the origin
-server, and then returns the response from the origin server to the
-client.  If several clients request the same content, the proxy
-can deliver that content from its cache, rather than requesting it
-from the origin server each time, thereby reducing response time.<br />
-See: <a href="mod/mod_proxy.html">mod_proxy</a></dd>
-
-<dt><a name="publickey">Public Key</a></dt> <dd>The publicly
-available key in a <a href="#publickeycryptography">Public Key
-Cryptography</a> system, used to encrypt messages bound for its owner
-and to decrypt signatures made by its owner.<br />
-See: <a href="ssl/">SSL/TLS Encryption</a></dd>
-
-<dt><a name="publickeycryptography">Public Key Cryptography</a></dt>
-<dd>The study and application of asymmetric encryption systems, which
-use one key for encryption and another for decryption. A corresponding
-pair of such keys constitutes a key pair. Also called Asymmetric
-Cryptography.<br /> See: <a href="ssl/">SSL/TLS Encryption</a></dd>
-
-<dt><a name="regularexpresion">Regular Expression</a> <a name="regex">(Regex)</a></dt> <dd>A way of
-describing a pattern in text - for example, "all the words that begin with the
-letter A" or "every 10-digit phone number" or even "Every sentence
-with two commas in it, and no capital letter Q". Regular expressions
-are useful in Apache because they let you apply certain
-attributes against collections of files or resources in very flexible
-ways - for example, all .gif and .jpg files under any "images"
-directory could be written as "<code>/images/.*(jpg|gif)$</code>".
-Apache uses Perl Compatible Regular Expressions provided by the
-<a href="http://www.pcre.org/">PCRE</a> library.</dd>
-
-<dt><a name="reverseproxy">Reverse Proxy</a></dt> <dd>A <a href="#proxy">proxy</a> server that appears to the client as if it is
-an <em>origin server</em>.  This is useful to hide the real origin
-server from the client for security reasons, or to load balance.</dd>
-
-<dt><a name="securesocketslayer">Secure Sockets Layer</a> <a name="ssl">(SSL)</a></dt> <dd>A protocol created by Netscape
-Communications Corporation for general communication authentication
-and encryption over TCP/IP networks.  The most popular usage is
-<em>HTTPS</em>, i.e. the HyperText Transfer Protocol (HTTP) over SSL.<br />
-See: <a href="ssl/">SSL/TLS Encryption</a></dd>
-
-<dt><a name="serversideincludes">Server Side Includes</a> <a name="ssi">(SSI)</a></dt> <dd>A technique for embedding processing
-directives inside HTML files.<br /> See: <a href="howto/ssi.html">Introduction to Server Side Includes</a></dd>
-
-<dt><a name="session">Session</a></dt>
-<dd>The context information of a communication in general.</dd>
-
-<dt><a name="ssleay">SSLeay</a></dt>
-<dd>The original SSL/TLS implementation library developed by
-    Eric A. Young</dd>
-
-<dt><a name="symmetriccryptophraphy">Symmetric Cryptography</a></dt>
-<dd>The study and application of <em>Ciphers</em> that use a single secret key
+  <dl>
+    <dt><a name="accesscontrol" id="accesscontrol">Access Control</a></dt>
+    <dd>The restriction of access to network realms. In an Apache context
+      usually the restriction of access to certain <em>URLs</em>.<br /> See:  <a href="howto/auth.html">Authentication, Authorization, and Access
+      Control</a>
+    </dd>
+    
+    <dt><a name="algorithm" id="algorithm">Algorithm</a></dt>
+    
+    <dd>An unambiguous formula or set of rules for solving a problem in a finite
+      number of steps. Algorithms for encryption are usually called
+      <dfn>Ciphers</dfn>.
+    </dd>
+    
+    <dt><a name="apacheextensiontool" id="apacheextensiontool">APache
+        eXtension Tool</a> <a name="apxs" id="apxs">(apxs)</a></dt>
+    <dd>A perl script that aids in compiling <span title="see glossary">&#8594;</span>&nbsp;<a href="./glossary.html#module">module</a> sources into Dynamic Shared Objects
+      (<span title="see glossary">&#8594;</span>&nbsp;<a href="./glossary.html#dso">DSO</a>s) and helps install them in the
+      Apache Web server.<br />
+      See: <a href="programs/apxs.html">Manual Page: apxs</a>
+    </dd>
+
+    <dt><a name="authentication" id="authentication">Authentication</a></dt>
+    <dd>The positive identification of a network entity such as a server, a
+      client, or a user.<br />
+      See: <a href="howto/auth.html">Authentication, Authorization, and Access
+      Control</a>
+    </dd>
+
+    <dt><a name="certificate" id="certificate">Certificate</a></dt>
+    <dd>A data record used for authenticating network entities such
+      as a server or a client. A certificate contains X.509 information pieces
+      about its owner (called the subject) and the signing <span title="see glossary">&#8594;</span>&nbsp;<a href="./glossary.html#certificationauthority">Certification Authority</a> (called
+      the issuer), plus the owner's <span title="see glossary">&#8594;</span>&nbsp;<a href="./glossary.html#publickey">public
+      key</a> and the
+      signature made by the CA. Network entities verify these signatures
+      using CA certificates.<br />
+      See: <a href="ssl/">SSL/TLS Encryption</a>
+    </dd>
+
+    <dt><a name="certificatsigningrequest" id="certificatsigningrequest">Certificate Signing Request</a>
+      <a name="csr" id="csr">(CSR)</a></dt>
+    <dd>An unsigned <span title="see glossary">&#8594;</span>&nbsp;<a href="./glossary.html#certificate">certificate</a> for
+      submission to a <span title="see glossary">&#8594;</span>&nbsp;<a href="./glossary.html#certificationauthority">Certification
+      Authority</a>, which signs it with the <span title="see glossary">&#8594;</span>&nbsp;<a href="./glossary.html#privatekey">Private Key</a> of their CA
+      <em>Certificate</em>. Once the CSR is signed, it becomes a real
+      certificate.<br />
+      See: <a href="ssl/">SSL/TLS Encryption</a>
+    </dd>
+
+    <dt><a name="certificationauthority" id="certificationauthority">Certification Authority</a>
+      <a name="ca" id="ca">(CA)</a></dt>
+    <dd>A trusted third party whose purpose is to sign certificates for network
+      entities it has authenticated using secure means. Other network entities
+      can check the signature to verify that a CA has authenticated the bearer
+      of a certificate.<br />
+      See: <a href="ssl/">SSL/TLS Encryption</a>
+    </dd>
+
+    <dt><a name="cipher" id="cipher">Cipher</a></dt>
+    <dd>An algorithm or system for data encryption. Examples are DES, IDEA, RC4,
+      etc.<br />
+      See: <a href="ssl/">SSL/TLS Encryption</a>
+    </dd>
+
+    <dt><a name="ciphertext" id="ciphertext">Ciphertext</a></dt>
+    <dd>The result after <span title="see glossary">&#8594;</span>&nbsp;<a href="./glossary.html#plaintext">Plaintext</a> is
+      passed through a <span title="see glossary">&#8594;</span>&nbsp;<a href="./glossary.html#cipher">Cipher</a>.<br /> See: <a href="ssl/">SSL/TLS Encryption</a>
+    </dd>
+
+    <dt><a name="commongatewayinterface" id="commongatewayinterface">Common
+        Gateway Interface</a> <a name="cgi" id="cgi">(CGI)</a></dt>
+    <dd>A standard definition for an interface between a web server and an
+      external program that allows the external program to service requests.
+      The interface was originally defined by <a href="http://hoohoo.ncsa.uiuc.edu/cgi/overview.html">NCSA</a> but there
+      is also an <a href="http://cgi-spec.golux.com/">RFC project</a>.<br />
+      See: <a href="howto/cgi.html">Dynamic Content with CGI</a>
+    </dd>
+
+    <dt><a name="configurationdirective" id="configurationdirective">Configuration Directive</a></dt>
+    <dd>See: <span title="see glossary">&#8594;</span>&nbsp;<a href="./glossary.html#directive">Directive</a></dd>
+
+    <dt><a name="configurationfile" id="configurationfile">Configuration
+        File</a></dt>
+    <dd>A text file containing <span title="see glossary">&#8594;</span>&nbsp;<a href="./glossary.html#directive">Directives</a>
+      that control the configuration of Apache.<br />
+      See: <a href="configuring.html">Configuration Files</a>
+    </dd>
+
+    <dt><a name="connect" id="connect">CONNECT</a></dt>
+    <dd>An HTTP <span title="see glossary">&#8594;</span>&nbsp;<a href="./glossary.html#method">method</a> for proxying raw data
+      channels over HTTP. It can be used to encapsulate other protocols, such as
+      the SSL protocol.
+    </dd>
+    
+    <dt><a name="context" id="context">Context</a></dt>
+    <dd>An area in the <span title="see glossary">&#8594;</span>&nbsp;<a href="./glossary.html#configurationfile">configuration
+      files</a> where certain types of <span title="see glossary">&#8594;</span>&nbsp;<a href="./glossary.html#directive">directives</a> are allowed.<br />
+      See: <a href="mod/directive-dict.html#Context">Terms Used to Describe
+      Apache Directives</a>
+    </dd>
+
+    <dt><a name="digitalsignature" id="digitalsignature">Digital
+        Signature</a></dt>
+    <dd>An encrypted text block that validates a certificate or other file. A
+      <span title="see glossary">&#8594;</span>&nbsp;<a href="./glossary.html#certificationauthority">Certification Authority</a>
+      creates a signature by generating a hash of the <em>Public Key</em>
+      embedded in a <em>Certificate</em>, then encrypting the hash with its own
+      <em>Private Key</em>. Only the CA's public key can decrypt the signature,
+      verifying that the CA has authenticated the network entity that owns the
+      <em>Certificate</em>.<br />
+      See: <a href="ssl/">SSL/TLS Encryption</a>
+    </dd>
+    
+    <dt><a name="directive" id="directive">Directive</a></dt>
+    <dd>A configuration command that controls one or more aspects of Apache's
+      behavior.  Directives are placed in the <span title="see glossary">&#8594;</span>&nbsp;<a href="./glossary.html#configurationfile">Configuration File</a><br />
+    See: <a href="mod/directives.html">Directive Index</a>
+    </dd>
+
+    <dt><a name="dynamicsharedobject" id="dynamicsharedobject">Dynamic
+        Shared Object</a> <a name="dso" id="dso">(DSO)</a></dt>
+    <dd><span title="see glossary">&#8594;</span>&nbsp;<a href="./glossary.html#module">Modules</a> compiled separately from the
+      Apache httpd binary that can be loaded on-demand.<br />
+      See: <a href="dso.html">Dynamic Shared Object Support</a>
+    </dd>
+
+    <dt><a name="environmentvariable" id="environmentvariable">Environment
+        Variable</a> <a name="env-variable" id="env-variable">(env-variable)</a></dt>
+    <dd>Named variables managed by the operating system shell and used to store
+      information and communicate between programs.  Apache also contains
+      internal variables that are referred to as environment variables, but are
+      stored in internal Apache structures, rather than in the shell
+      environment.<br />
+      See: <a href="env.html">Environment Variables in Apache</a>
+    </dd>
+
+    <dt><a name="export-crippled" id="export-crippled">Export-Crippled</a></dt>
+    <dd>Diminished in cryptographic strength (and security) in order to comply
+      with the United States' Export Administration Regulations (EAR).
+      Export-crippled cryptographic software is limited to a small key size,
+      resulting in <em>Ciphertext</em> which usually can be decrypted by brute
+      force.<br />
+      See: <a href="ssl/">SSL/TLS Encryption</a>
+    </dd>
+
+    <dt><a name="filter" id="filter">Filter</a></dt>
+    <dd>A process that is applied to data that is sent or received by the
+      server.  Input filters process data sent by the client to the server,
+      while output filters process documents on the server before they are sent
+      to the client.  For example, the <code>INCLUDES</code> output filter
+      processes documents for <span title="see glossary">&#8594;</span>&nbsp;<a href="./glossary.html#ssi">Server Side
+      Includes</a>.<br />
+      See: <a href="filter.html">Filters</a>
+    </dd>
+
+    <dt><a name="fully-qualifieddomain-name" id="fully-qualifieddomain-name">Fully-Qualified Domain-Name</a>
+      <a name="fqdn" id="fqdn">(FQDN)</a></dt>
+    <dd>The unique name of a network entity, consisting of a hostname and a
+      domain name that can resolve to an IP address. For example,
+      <code>www</code> is a hostname, <code>example.com</code> is a domain name,
+      and <code>www.example.com</code> is a fully-qualified domain name.
+    </dd> 
+    
+    <dt><a name="handler" id="handler">Handler</a></dt>
+    <dd>An internal Apache representation of the action to be performed when a
+      file is called. Generally, files have implicit handlers, based on the file
+      type. Normally, all files are simply served by the server, but certain
+      file types are "handled" separately.  For example, the
+      <code>cgi-script</code> handler designates files to be processed as
+      <span title="see glossary">&#8594;</span>&nbsp;<a href="./glossary.html#cgi">CGIs</a>.<br />
+      See: <a href="handler.html">Apache's Handler Use</a>
+    </dd>
+
+    <dt><a name="hash" id="hash">Hash</a></dt>
+    <dd>A mathematical one-way, irreversable algorithm generating a string with
+       fixed-length from another string of any length. Different input strings
+       will usually produce different hashes (depending on the hash function).
+    </dd>
+
+    <dt><a name="header" id="header">Header</a></dt>
+    <dd>The part of the <span title="see glossary">&#8594;</span>&nbsp;<a href="./glossary.html#http">HTTP</a> request and
+      response that is sent before the actual content, and that contains
+      meta-information describing the content.
+    </dd> 
+    
+    <dt><a name="htaccess" id="htaccess">.htaccess</a></dt> 
+    <dd>A <span title="see glossary">&#8594;</span>&nbsp;<a href="./glossary.html#configurationfile">configuration file</a> that
+      is placed inside the web tree and applies configuration <span title="see glossary">&#8594;</span>&nbsp;<a href="./glossary.html#directive">directives</a> to the directory where it is
+      placed and all sub-directories.  Despite its name, this file can hold
+      almost any type of directive, not just access-control directives.<br />
+      See: <a href="configuring.html">Configuration Files</a>
+    </dd>
+
+    <dt><a name="httpd.conf" id="httpd.conf">httpd.conf</a></dt>
+    <dd>The main Apache <span title="see glossary">&#8594;</span>&nbsp;<a href="./glossary.html#configurationfile">configuration
+      file</a>.  The default location is
+      <code>/usr/local/apache2/conf/httpd.conf</code>, but it may be moved using
+      run-time or compile-time configuration.<br />
+      See: <a href="configuring.html">Configuration Files</a>
+    </dd>
+
+    <dt><a name="hypertexttransferprotocol" id="hypertexttransferprotocol">HyperText Transfer Protocol</a>
+      <a name="http" id="hhtp">(HTTP)</a></dt>
+    <dd>The standard transmission protocol used on the World Wide Web.  Apache
+      implements version 1.1 of the protocol, referred to as HTTP/1.1 and
+      defined by <a href="http://ietf.org/rfc/rfc2616.txt">RFC 2616</a>.
+    </dd>
+
+    <dt><a name="https" id="https">HTTPS</a></dt>
+    <dd>The HyperText Transfer Protocol (Secure), the standard encrypted
+      communication mechanism on the World Wide Web. This is actually just HTTP
+      over <span title="see glossary">&#8594;</span>&nbsp;<a href="./glossary.html#ssl">SSL</a>.<br />
+      See: <a href="ssl/">SSL/TLS Encryption</a>
+    </dd> 
+
+    <dt><a name="method" id="method">Method</a></dt>
+    <dd>In the context of <span title="see glossary">&#8594;</span>&nbsp;<a href="./glossary.html#http">HTTP</a>, an action to
+      perform on a resource, specified on the request line by the client.  Some
+      of the methods available in HTTP are <code>GET</code>, <code>POST</code>,
+      and <code>PUT</code>.
+    </dd> 
+    
+    <dt><a name="messagedigest" id="messagedigest">Message Digest</a></dt>
+    <dd>A hash of a message, which can be used to verify that the contents of
+      the message have not been altered in transit.<br />
+      See: <a href="ssl/">SSL/TLS Encryption</a>
+    </dd>
+
+    <dt><a name="mime-type" id="mime-type">MIME-type</a></dt>
+    <dd>A way to describe the kind of document being transmitted.  Its name
+      comes from that fact that its format is borrowed from the Multipurpose
+      Internet Mail Extensions.  It consists of a major type and a minor type,
+      separated by a slash.  Some examples are <code>text/html</code>,
+      <code>image/gif</code>, and <code>application/octet-stream</code>.  In
+      HTTP, the MIME-type is transmitted in the <code>Content-Type</code>
+      <span title="see glossary">&#8594;</span>&nbsp;<a href="./glossary.html#header">header</a>.<br />
+      See: <a href="mod/mod_mime.html">mod_mime</a>
+    </dd>
+
+    <dt><a name="module" id="module">Module</a></dt>
+    <dd>An independent part of a program.  Much of Apache's functionality is
+      contained in modules that you can choose to include or exclude.  Modules
+      that are compiled into the Apache httpd binary are
+      called <dfn>static modules</dfn>, while modules that are stored
+      separately and can be optionally loaded at run-time are called
+      <dfn>dynamic modules</dfn> or <span title="see glossary">&#8594;</span>&nbsp;<a href="./glossary.html#dso">DSOs</a>.
+      Modules that are included by default
+      are called <dfn>base modules</dfn>. Many modules are available for Apache
+      that are not distributed as part of the Apache HTTP Server <span title="see glossary">&#8594;</span>&nbsp;<a href="./glossary.html#tarball">tarball</a>.  These are referred to as
+      <dfn>third-party modules</dfn>.<br />
+      See: <a href="mod/">Module Index</a>
+    </dd>
+
+    <dt><a name="modulemagicnumber" id="modulemagicnumber">Module Magic
+      Number</a> (<a name="mmn" id="mmn">MMN</a>)</dt>
+    <dd>Module Magic Number is a constant defined in the Apache source code that
+      is associated with binary compatibility of modules. It is changed when
+      internal Apache structures, function calls and other significant parts of
+      API change in such a way that binary compatibility cannot be guaranteed
+      any more. On MMN change, all third party modules have to be at least
+      recompiled, sometimes even slightly changed in order to work with the new
+      version of Apache.
+    </dd>
+
+    <dt><a name="openssl" id="openssl">OpenSSL</a></dt>
+    <dd>The Open Source toolkit for SSL/TLS<br />
+      See <a href="http://www.openssl.org/">http://www.openssl.org/</a>#
+    </dd>
+
+    <dt><a name="passphrase" id="passphrase">Pass Phrase</a></dt>
+    <dd>The word or phrase that protects private key files. It prevents
+      unauthorized users from encrypting them. Usually it's just the secret
+      encryption/decryption key used for <span title="see glossary">&#8594;</span>&nbsp;<a href="./glossary.html#cipher">Ciphers</a>.<br />
+      See: <a href="ssl/">SSL/TLS Encryption</a>
+    </dd>
+
+    <dt><a name="plaintext" id="plaintext">Plaintext</a></dt>
+    <dd>The unencrypted text.</dd>
+
+    <dt><a name="privatekey" id="privatekey">Private Key</a></dt>
+    <dd>The secret key in a <span title="see glossary">&#8594;</span>&nbsp;<a href="./glossary.html#publickeycryptography">Public Key
+      Cryptography</a> system, used to decrypt incoming messages and
+      sign outgoing ones.<br />
+      See: <a href="ssl/">SSL/TLS Encryption</a>
+    </dd>
+    
+    <dt><a name="proxy" id="proxy">Proxy</a></dt>
+    <dd>An intermediate server that sits between the client and the <em>origin
+        server</em>.  It accepts requests from clients, transmits those requests
+      on to the origin server, and then returns the response from the origin
+      server to the client.  If several clients request the same content, the
+      proxy can deliver that content from its cache, rather than requesting it
+      from the origin server each time, thereby reducing response time.<br />
+      See: <a href="mod/mod_proxy.html">mod_proxy</a>
+    </dd>
+
+    <dt><a name="publickey" id="publickey">Public Key</a></dt>
+    <dd>The publicly available key in a <span title="see glossary">&#8594;</span>&nbsp;<a href="./glossary.html#publickeycryptography">Public Key Cryptography</a> system,
+      used to encrypt messages bound for its owner and to decrypt signatures
+      made by its owner.<br />
+      See: <a href="ssl/">SSL/TLS Encryption</a>
+    </dd>
+
+    <dt><a name="publickeycryptography" id="publickeycryptography">Public Key Cryptography</a></dt>
+    <dd>The study and application of asymmetric encryption systems, which use
+      one key for encryption and another for decryption. A corresponding pair of
+      such keys constitutes a key pair. Also called Asymmetric Cryptography.
+      <br />
+      See: <a href="ssl/">SSL/TLS Encryption</a>
+    </dd> 
+
+    <dt><a name="regularexpresion" id="regularexpresion">Regular Expression</a>
+      <a name="regex" id="regex">(Regex)</a></dt>
+    <dd>A way of describing a pattern in text - for example, "all the words that
+      begin with the letter A" or "every 10-digit phone number" or even "Every
+      sentence with two commas in it, and no capital letter Q". Regular
+      expressions are useful in Apache because they let you apply certain
+      attributes against collections of files or resources in very flexible ways
+      - for example, all .gif and .jpg files under any "images" directory could
+      be written as "<code>/images/.*(jpg|gif)$</code>".  Apache uses Perl
+      Compatible Regular Expressions provided by the <a href="http://www.pcre.org/">PCRE</a> library.
+  </dd> 
+
+  <dt><a name="reverseproxy" id="reverseproxy">Reverse Proxy</a></dt>
+  <dd>A <span title="see glossary">&#8594;</span>&nbsp;<a href="./glossary.html#proxy">proxy</a> server that appears to the client
+    as if it is an <em>origin server</em>.  This is useful to hide the real
+    origin server from the client for security reasons, or to load balance.
+  </dd>
+  
+  <dt><a name="securesocketslayer" id="securesocketslayer">Secure Sockets
+      Layer</a> <a name="ssl" id="ssl">(SSL)</a></dt>
+  <dd>A protocol created by Netscape Communications Corporation for general
+    communication authentication and encryption over TCP/IP networks.  The most
+    popular usage is <em>HTTPS</em>, i.e. the HyperText Transfer Protocol (HTTP)
+    over SSL.<br />
+    See: <a href="ssl/">SSL/TLS Encryption</a>
+  </dd> 
+
+  <dt><a name="serversideincludes" id="serversideincludes">Server Side
+      Includes</a> <a name="ssi" id="ssi">(SSI)</a></dt>
+  <dd>A technique for embedding processing directives inside HTML files.<br />
+    See: <a href="howto/ssi.html">Introduction to Server Side Includes</a>
+  </dd>
+  
+  <dt><a name="session" id="session">Session</a></dt>
+  <dd>The context information of a communication in general.</dd>
+
+  <dt><a name="ssleay" id="ssleay">SSLeay</a></dt>
+  <dd>The original SSL/TLS implementation library developed by Eric A.
+    Young
+  </dd> 
+
+  <dt><a name="symmetriccryptophraphy" id="symmetriccryptophraphy">Symmetric
+      Cryptography</a></dt>
+  <dd>The study and application of <em>Ciphers</em> that use a single secret key
     for both encryption and decryption operations.<br />
-See: <a href="ssl/">SSL/TLS Encryption</a></dd>
+    See: <a href="ssl/">SSL/TLS Encryption</a>
+  </dd>
 
-<dt><a name="tarball">Tarball</a></dt>
-<dd>A package of files gathered together using the <code>tar</code>
-utility.  Apache distributions are stored in compressed tar archives
-or using pkzip.</dd>
-
-<dt><a name="transportlayersecurity">Transport Layer Security</a> <a name="tls">(TLS)</a></dt>
-<dd>The successor protocol to SSL, created
-by the Internet Engineering Task Force (IETF) for general
-communication authentication and encryption over TCP/IP networks. TLS
-version 1 and is nearly identical with SSL version 3.<br />
-See: <a href="ssl/">SSL/TLS Encryption</a></dd>
-
-<dt><a name="uniformresourcelocator">Uniform Resource Locator</a> <a name="url">(URL)</a></dt>
-<dd>The name/address of a resource on the
-Internet.  This is the common informal term for what is formally
-called a <a href="#uniformresourceidentifier">Uniform Resource
-Identifier</a>.  URLs are usually made up of a scheme, like
-<code>http</code> or <code>https</code>, a hostname, and a path.  A
-URL for this page is
-<code>http://httpd.apache.org/docs-2.0/glossary.html</code>.</dd>
-
-<dt><a name="uniformresourceidentifier">Uniform Resource Identifier</a> <a name="URI">(URI)</a></dt>
-<dd>A compact string of characters for
-identifying an abstract or physical resource.  It is formally defined
-by <a href="http://www.ietf.org/rfc/rfc2396.txt">RFC 2396</a>.
-URIs used on the world-wide web are commonly referred to
-as <a href="#url">URLs</a>.</dd>
-
-<dt><a name="virtualhosting">Virtual Hosting</a></dt>
-<dd>Serving multiple websites using a single instance of Apache.
-<em>IP virtual hosting</em> differentiates between websites based on their IP
-address, while <em>name-based virtual hosting</em> uses only the name
-of the host and can therefore host many sites on the same IP
-address.<br /> See: <a href="vhosts/">Apache Virtual Host
-documentation</a></dd>
-
-<dt><a name="x.509">X.509</a></dt>
-<dd>An authentication certificate scheme recommended by the International
-Telecommunication Union (ITU-T) which is used for SSL/TLS
-authentication.<br /> See: <a href="ssl/">SSL/TLS Encryption</a></dd>
+  <dt><a name="tarball" id="tarball">Tarball</a></dt>
+  <dd>A package of files gathered together using the <code>tar</code> utility.
+    Apache distributions are stored in compressed tar archives or using
+    pkzip.
+  </dd> 
+
+  <dt><a name="transportlayersecurity" id="transportlayersecurity">Transport
+      Layer Security</a> <a name="tls" id="tls">(TLS)</a></dt>
+  <dd>The successor protocol to SSL, created by the Internet Engineering Task
+    Force (IETF) for general communication authentication and encryption over
+    TCP/IP networks. TLS version 1 and is nearly identical with SSL version
+    3.<br />
+    See: <a href="ssl/">SSL/TLS Encryption</a>
+  </dd>
+
+  <dt><a name="uniformresourcelocator" id="uniformresourcelocator">Uniform
+      Resource Locator</a> <a name="url" id="url">(URL)</a></dt>
+  <dd>The name/address of a resource on the Internet.  This is the common
+    informal term for what is formally called a <span title="see glossary">&#8594;</span>&nbsp;<a href="./glossary.html#uniformresourceidentifier">Uniform Resource Identifier</a>.
+    URLs are usually made up of a scheme, like <code>http</code> or
+    <code>https</code>, a hostname, and a path.  A URL for this page is
+    <code>http://httpd.apache.org/docs-2.1/glossary.html</code>.
+  </dd> 
+
+  <dt><a name="uniformresourceidentifier" id="uniformresourceidentifier">Uniform Resource Identifier</a>
+    <a name="URI" id="URI">(URI)</a></dt>
+  <dd>A compact string of characters for identifying an abstract or physical
+    resource.  It is formally defined by <a href="http://www.ietf.org/rfc/rfc2396.txt">RFC 2396</a>.  URIs used on the
+    world-wide web are commonly referred to as <span title="see glossary">&#8594;</span>&nbsp;<a href="./glossary.html#url">URLs</a>.
+  </dd> 
+
+  <dt><a name="virtualhosting" id="virtualhosting">Virtual Hosting</a></dt>
+  <dd>Serving multiple websites using a single instance of Apache.  <em>IP
+      virtual hosting</em> differentiates between websites based on their IP
+    address, while <em>name-based virtual hosting</em> uses only the name of the
+    host and can therefore host many sites on the same IP address.<br />
+    See: <a href="vhosts/">Apache Virtual Host documentation</a>
+  </dd>
+
+  <dt><a name="x.509" id="x.509">X.509</a></dt>
+  <dd>An authentication certificate scheme recommended by the International
+    Telecommunication Union (ITU-T) which is used for SSL/TLS authentication.<br /> See: <a href="ssl/">SSL/TLS Encryption</a>
+  </dd>
 </dl>
 </div></div>
 <div class="bottomlang">

Modified: httpd/httpd/branches/2.0.x/docs/manual/glossary.html.es
Url: http://svn.apache.org/viewcvs/httpd/httpd/branches/2.0.x/docs/manual/glossary.html.es?view=diff&rev=106825&p1=httpd/httpd/branches/2.0.x/docs/manual/glossary.html.es&r1=106824&p2=httpd/httpd/branches/2.0.x/docs/manual/glossary.html.es&r2=106825
==============================================================================
--- httpd/httpd/branches/2.0.x/docs/manual/glossary.html.es	(original)
+++ httpd/httpd/branches/2.0.x/docs/manual/glossary.html.es	Sun Nov 28 10:34:14 2004
@@ -189,7 +189,7 @@
 enva antes del contenido propiamente dicho, y que contiene
 meta-informacin describiendo el contenido.</dd>
 
-<dt><a name=".htaccess">.htaccess</a></dt> <dd>Un <a href="#configurationfile">fichero de configuracin</a> que se
+<dt><a name="htaccess">.htaccess</a></dt> <dd>Un <a href="#configurationfile">fichero de configuracin</a> que se
 pone dentro de la estructura de directorios del sitio web y aplica <a href="#directive">directivas</a> de configuracin al directorio
 en el que est y a sus subdirectorios. A pesar de su nombre, este
 fichero puede contener cualquier tipo de directivas, no solo

Modified: httpd/httpd/branches/2.0.x/docs/manual/glossary.html.ko.euc-kr
Url: http://svn.apache.org/viewcvs/httpd/httpd/branches/2.0.x/docs/manual/glossary.html.ko.euc-kr?view=diff&rev=106825&p1=httpd/httpd/branches/2.0.x/docs/manual/glossary.html.ko.euc-kr&r1=106824&p2=httpd/httpd/branches/2.0.x/docs/manual/glossary.html.ko.euc-kr&r2=106825
==============================================================================
--- httpd/httpd/branches/2.0.x/docs/manual/glossary.html.ko.euc-kr	(original)
+++ httpd/httpd/branches/2.0.x/docs/manual/glossary.html.ko.euc-kr	Sun Nov 28 10:34:14 2004
@@ -22,6 +22,8 @@
 <a href="./es/glossary.html" hreflang="es" rel="alternate" title="Espa&#241;ol">&nbsp;es&nbsp;</a> |
 <a href="./ko/glossary.html" title="Korean">&nbsp;ko&nbsp;</a></p>
 </div>
+<div class="outofdate">  ֽ  ƴմϴ.
+            ֱٿ     ϼ.</div>
 
 <p>    Ϲݿ , Ư ġ õ, 
 Ѵ.  信  ڼ  ũ ϶.
@@ -173,7 +175,7 @@
 <dd><a href="#http">HTTP</a> û 信   
  κ  ϴ  ִ.</dd>
 
-<dt><a name=".htaccess">.htaccess</a></dt> <dd> ȿ ִ
+<dt><a name="htaccess">.htaccess</a></dt> <dd> ȿ ִ
 <a href="#configurationfile"> (configuration file)</a>,
  <a href="#directive">þ (directive)</a> ڽ ġ
 丮  丮 Ѵ. ̸ ޸ 

Modified: httpd/httpd/branches/2.0.x/docs/manual/glossary.xml.es
Url: http://svn.apache.org/viewcvs/httpd/httpd/branches/2.0.x/docs/manual/glossary.xml.es?view=diff&rev=106825&p1=httpd/httpd/branches/2.0.x/docs/manual/glossary.xml.es&r1=106824&p2=httpd/httpd/branches/2.0.x/docs/manual/glossary.xml.es&r2=106825
==============================================================================
--- httpd/httpd/branches/2.0.x/docs/manual/glossary.xml.es	(original)
+++ httpd/httpd/branches/2.0.x/docs/manual/glossary.xml.es	Sun Nov 28 10:34:14 2004
@@ -1,7 +1,7 @@
 <?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8" ?>
 <!DOCTYPE manualpage SYSTEM "./style/manualpage.dtd">
 <?xml-stylesheet type="text/xsl" href="./style/manual.es.xsl"?>
-<!-- English Revision: 105092 (outdated: 106090) -->
+<!-- English Revision: 105092 (outdated: 106821) -->
 
 <!--
  Copyright 2004 The Apache Software Foundation

Modified: httpd/httpd/branches/2.0.x/docs/manual/glossary.xml.ko
Url: http://svn.apache.org/viewcvs/httpd/httpd/branches/2.0.x/docs/manual/glossary.xml.ko?view=diff&rev=106825&p1=httpd/httpd/branches/2.0.x/docs/manual/glossary.xml.ko&r1=106824&p2=httpd/httpd/branches/2.0.x/docs/manual/glossary.xml.ko&r2=106825
==============================================================================
--- httpd/httpd/branches/2.0.x/docs/manual/glossary.xml.ko	(original)
+++ httpd/httpd/branches/2.0.x/docs/manual/glossary.xml.ko	Sun Nov 28 10:34:14 2004
@@ -1,7 +1,7 @@
 <?xml version="1.0" encoding="EUC-KR" ?>
 <!DOCTYPE manualpage SYSTEM "./style/manualpage.dtd">
 <?xml-stylesheet type="text/xsl" href="./style/manual.ko.xsl"?>
-<!-- English Revision: 106090 -->
+<!-- English Revision: 106090 (outdated: 106821) -->
 
 <!--
  Copyright 2003-2004 The Apache Software Foundation

Modified: httpd/httpd/branches/2.0.x/docs/manual/glossary.xml.meta
Url: http://svn.apache.org/viewcvs/httpd/httpd/branches/2.0.x/docs/manual/glossary.xml.meta?view=diff&rev=106825&p1=httpd/httpd/branches/2.0.x/docs/manual/glossary.xml.meta&r1=106824&p2=httpd/httpd/branches/2.0.x/docs/manual/glossary.xml.meta&r2=106825
==============================================================================
--- httpd/httpd/branches/2.0.x/docs/manual/glossary.xml.meta	(original)
+++ httpd/httpd/branches/2.0.x/docs/manual/glossary.xml.meta	Sun Nov 28 10:34:14 2004
@@ -8,6 +8,6 @@
   <variants>
     <variant>en</variant>
     <variant outdated="yes">es</variant>
-    <variant>ko</variant>
+    <variant outdated="yes">ko</variant>
   </variants>
 </metafile>

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