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From "Aram W. Mirzadeh" <>
Subject Re: apache
Date Wed, 01 Nov 1995 21:18:47 GMT

I thought I would share this with the group.  It's from the author of 
"Many Servers, One Machine" from Magazine Web Developer Feb, 1996.

The article is a semi-technical overview on how to setup multiple www
sites on the same machine using CERN, NCSA, and SunOS.   My letter
to the author was on how Apache should have been inlcuded or at least
mentioned in the article.... god knows everything else was.   The article 
included, both DNS, www filesetup,. as well as CERN setup changes. 

At least in his reply, it sounds like he knows about Apache. 

>I'm kind of amazed that you say you are "very displeased." The article was
>a general purpose piece on how to accomplish a variety of tasks related to
>doing specific IP web servers, and included many details related just to
>CERN httpd and SunOS. The article certainly has applicability to Apache,
>NetSite, and other UNIX-based servers.
>In any case, CERN has been kicking around for a long time, several other
>servers use its codebase as their starting point, and it's a very reliable
>and highly modifiable piece of code in my experience.

His Name, is Glenn Fleishman,, seems like a nice
enough guy, very quick responce.  As well as a good knowlege of www


P.S. No ack sent as of yet... I may do one.
P.S.S. I did include that the letter was "IMHO" and did not in anyway 
           speak for the apache group.... <<<-- Is this our official name?
Aram W. Mirzadeh, MIS Manager, Qosina Corporation,
Apache httpd server team

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