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From C...@PROCESS.COM (Rodent of Unusual Size)
Subject [BUG] AllowOverride not allowed in VirtualHost..???
Date Thu, 01 Jan 1970 00:00:00 GMT
    I just rebuilt my server from the latest CVS tree and restarted it,
    and got this:

Syntax error on line 788 of /usr/local/web/server/conf/httpd.conf:
AllowOverride cannot occur within <VirtualHost> section

    The statement in question is inside a <Directory> container within
    a <VirtualHost> container, and it certainly *should* be allowed..

    #ken    P-(}
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>
>Available:
>
>    * Ken's [PATCH] ReadmeName and !FancyIndexing (PR#1373)
>	<009BD24FB302B536.9A12@PROCESS.COM>
>	Status: Ken +1, 

    Committed.

>Needs patch:

    * Config parsing incorrectly gritching about AllowOverrides inside
      a <Directory> inside a <VirtualHost> (doesn't like it being inside a
      <VirtualHost>).
       <msgid not yet available>
        Fallout from Martin's directive-location-validity patch; I think
    	the NOT_IN_VIRTUALHOST flag needs to be removed from its check.

>Open issues:

    * Ken suggests that new check_cmd_context() and related defines
      should be non-static and in util_* so modules can use 'em.  (He
      didn't notice this flaw during the review.)

    #ken    P-)}
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From: Dean Gaudet <dgaudet@arctic.org>
To: Apache List <new-httpd@apache.org>
Subject: Re: Win32 16k problem nailed!
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On a similar topic ... I seem to recall someone here saying listen() 
limits you to a backlog of 5 under win32 including NT... and that the only
way around this was to use completion ports, which requires a complete
revamp of how you do I/O.  Which also happens to fix the below problem. 

But definately isn't an easy thing to do for someone just wanting to port
a unix app. 

Dean

On Wed, 12 Nov 1997, Ben Laurie wrote:

> OK, I've now traced the cause of the problem, and fixed it.
> 
> Executive summary: Win32 select() is broken.
> 
> Full story: Because there's no such thing as alarm() on Windoze, doing
> timeouts on read()s and write()s must be simulated. The strategy
> employed is as follows (this may not be the best way of doing, but its
> what we've got at the moment):
> 
> 1. put socket in non-blocking mode.
> 2. attempt the write
> 3. if the write succeeds, we're done.
> 4. select on the socket, with timeout set to remaining time
> 5. write again
> 
> What happens is that sometimes, on some machines, the select returns
> with write available, _but_ the write (at step 5) still says it will
> block. Now, I thought at first that this could be correct - all select
> is saying is that it can write a single byte to the socket, but we are
> (typically) attempting to write 8k. So, I wrapped the write in a loop
> that tried successively smaller amounts. I thought this should have
> fixed the problem, but didn't - it gets all the way down to 1 byte and
> _still_ fails. So, I added another loop - if we get down to 1 byte,
> sleep for 100 milliseconds, and try again. This works.
> 
> Further thought, and manual reading, says that the "step down the size"
> strategy should not be needed - if there is insufficient space for the
> whole buffer, a partial write should occur. So, I'll eliminate that,
> leave in the retry loop, go for one more test, and commit. I'll leave a
> logging message warning that Windoze is broken.
> 
> Cheers,
> 
> Ben.
> 
> 
> -- 
> Ben Laurie            |Phone: +44 (181) 735 0686|Apache Group member
> Freelance Consultant  |Fax:   +44 (181) 735 0689|http://www.apache.org
> and Technical Director|Email: ben@algroup.co.uk |Apache-SSL author
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> London, England.      |"Apache: TDG" http://www.ora.com/catalog/apache
> 
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From: Dean Gaudet <dgaudet@arctic.org>
To: new-httpd@apache.org
Subject: Re: protocol/1399: MISE 4.0 POST, then 401 Unauth, then second POST with good uname/pwd,
garbage data in logs and (sometimes) garbled request (fwd) 
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On Wed, 12 Nov 1997, Roy T. Fielding wrote:

> >> See discard_request_body in http_protocol.c. ... unfortunately it looks to
> >> only be called by default_handler() and not die(). 
> 
> Yep, I mentioned this when I made the original patch -- mod_cgi fails
> to do the right thing.  However, I didn't think about using die() to
> do it for us.  All it would require is the addition of
> 
>    dummy = discard_request_body(r);
> 
> which is safe to call even if there is no body or it has already been read.

Jim can you put this in "Open issues"?  We need to ensure all of our
content handlers do it.

> >I thought that Apache doesn't keep alive any error messages that came
> >from a request with an entity, for this reason. Maybe I'm remembering
> >incorrectly.
> 
> That changed around 1.2b8 or so.

Right, mea culpa.  That was when I was studying the performance for the
w3c pipelining paper ... and noticed that we dealt atrociously with a
pipeline full of GET If-Modified-Since requests.  Or something like that. 

Dean

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From: Dean Gaudet <dgaudet@arctic.org>
To: new-httpd@apache.org
Subject: Re: SunOS build
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This looks right to me ... +1, but I have no way of testing it.  I figured
SUNOS_LIB_PROTOTYPES was always defined... I guess the only time it
shouldn't be defined is if you have a gnu libc system.  Perhaps it should
be a true/false define so glibc folks can disable it. 

Dean

On Wed, 12 Nov 1997, Ben Hyde wrote:

> With Martin's additions to the SUNOS_LIB_PROTOTYPES section
> in conf.h.  I can now tame the SunOS build (at least for
> my version of SunOS).  Diff shown below
> 
> Meanwhile the problem with long filenames reported in 
> general/1404 apparently has two manifestations.  On SunOS
> is causes these warnings.
> 
>   ar: filename mod_log_config.o truncated to mod_log_config.
>   ar: filename mod_negotiation.o truncated to mod_negotiation
> 
> But it doesn't prevent the link from succeeding.
> 
>  - ben
> 
> ---
> 
> Always enable SUNOS_LIB_PROTOTYPES since it's now needed.
> Add a few const declarations there in to eliminate warnings
> that it's arrival would otherwise trigger.
> 
> 
> > cvs diff -c conf.h
> Index: conf.h
> ===================================================================
> RCS file: /cvs/apachen/src/main/conf.h,v
> retrieving revision 1.157
> diff -c -r1.157 conf.h
> *** conf.h	1997/11/11 23:04:15	1.157
> --- conf.h	1997/11/12 21:20:21
> ***************
> *** 117,122 ****
> --- 117,123 ----
>   #define USE_FLOCK_SERIALIZED_ACCEPT
>   #define NEED_DIFFTIME
>   #define HAVE_SYSLOG
> + #define SUNOS_LIB_PROTOTYPES
>   
>   #elif defined(SOLARIS2)
>   #undef HAVE_GMTOFF
> ***************
> *** 923,930 ****
>   
>   int getopt(int, char **, char *);
>   
> ! int strcasecmp(char *, char *);
> ! int strncasecmp(char *, char *, int);
>   int toupper(int);
>   int tolower(int);
>   
> --- 924,931 ----
>   
>   int getopt(int, char **, char *);
>   
> ! int strcasecmp(const char *, const char *);
> ! int strncasecmp(const char *, const char *, int);
>   int toupper(int);
>   int tolower(int);
>   
> ***************
> *** 945,951 ****
>   void perror(char *);
>   
>   time_t time(time_t *);
> ! int strftime(char *, int, char *, struct tm *);
>   
>   int initgroups(char *, int);
>   int wait3(int *, int, void *);	/* Close enough for us... */
> --- 946,952 ----
>   void perror(char *);
>   
>   time_t time(time_t *);
> ! int strftime(char *, int, const char *, struct tm *);
>   
>   int initgroups(char *, int);
>   int wait3(int *, int, void *);	/* Close enough for us... */
> ***************
> *** 969,975 ****
>   void syslog(int, char *,...);
>   char *mktemp(char *);
>   
> ! long vfprintf(FILE *, char *, va_list);
>   
>   #endif /* SUNOS_LIB_PROTOTYPES */
>   
> --- 970,976 ----
>   void syslog(int, char *,...);
>   char *mktemp(char *);
>   
> ! long vfprintf(FILE *, const char *, va_list);
>   
>   #endif /* SUNOS_LIB_PROTOTYPES */
>   
> >
> 
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From: Marc Slemko <marcs@worldgate.com>
To: new-httpd@apache.org
Subject: Re: general/1404: doesnt build due to BSD file name length restri ctions (fwd)
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On Wed, 12 Nov 1997, Martin Kraemer wrote:

> On Wed, Nov 12, 1997 at 12:03:29PM -0500, Ben Hyde wrote:
> > I believe this is only a warning, the server still links fine.  
> > Sunos gets these too, but not today (1.3b3-dev) since it get's stuck at
> > the fgetc isn't declared in stdio problem. - ben
> 
> There's a set of prototypes in conf.h which are meant to be used on SUNOS
> (and SUNOS only): they declare the missing prototypes iff the #define
> SUNOS_LIB_PROTOTYPES is set. I added prototypes for fgets() and fgetc()
> to this set of prototypes yesterday. My question now is: did anything
> change, or is possibly the #define SUNOS_LIB_PROTOTYPES not set on your
> platform? Can you please re-check and report either to the list
> (preferred) or to my personnally? I would like to eliminate this compile
> failure before the official distribution of 1.3b3.
> 

SUNOS_LIB_PROTOTYPES is never set.  I am of the opinion that prototyping
two million functions like we would have to do for SunOS 4.x by default is
bad karma.

It works fine if you move the declaration outside to an ifdefed SUNOS
section after stdio.h is included.  I would suggest that these two should
be seperated from the others in SUNOS_LIB_PROTOTYPES.
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From: Marc Slemko <marcs@worldgate.com>
To: "'new-httpd@apache.org'" <new-httpd@apache.org>
Subject: RE: general/1404: doesnt build due to BSD file name length restri ctions (fwd)
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On Wed, 12 Nov 1997, Ben Hyde wrote:

> I believe this is only a warning, the server still links fine.  

Not according to the reporter.

> Sunos gets these too, but not today (1.3b3-dev) since it get's stuck at
> the 
> fgetc isn't declared in stdio problem. - ben

I don't get them on:

	SunOS gsb009 4.1.4 1 sun4c unknown

Anyone have a BSD/OS box?


> 
> > -----Original Message-----
> > From:	Marc Slemko [SMTP:marcs@znep.com]
> > Sent:	Wednesday, November 12, 1997 11:36 AM
> > To:	TLOSAP
> > Subject:	general/1404: doesnt build due to BSD file name length
> > restrictions (fwd)
> > 
> > I don't beleive it.  I just don't.  They can't be that dumb.
> > mod_negotiation.o has been there since... since... 1.1.1.  Oh.  It
> > wasn't
> > in a library before.  Damn.
> > 
> > 
> > 
> > ---------- Forwarded message ----------
> > Date: 12 Nov 1997 15:36:57 -0000
> > From: Aaron Wohl <n3liw+@cmu.edu>
> > To: apbugs@hyperreal.org
> > Subject: general/1404: doesnt build due to BSD file name length
> > restrictions
> > 
> > 
> > >Number:         1404
> > >Category:       general
> > >Synopsis:       doesnt build due to BSD file name length restrictions
> > >Confidential:   no
> > >Severity:       critical
> > >Priority:       medium
> > >Responsible:    apache
> > >State:          open
> > >Class:          sw-bug
> > >Submitter-Id:   apache
> > >Arrival-Date:   Wed Nov 12 07:40:01 PST 1997
> > >Last-Modified:
> > >Originator:     n3liw+@cmu.edu
> > >Organization:
> > apache
> > >Release:        1.3b2
> > >Environment:
> > BSD/OS karnov.nac.net 3.0 BSDI BSD/OS 3.0 Kernel #1: Fri Jul 18
> > 10:10:27 EDT 1997     root@:/usr/src/sys/compile/CHESS  i386
> > >Description:
> > Gets the following errors:
> > 
> > ar: warning: mod_log_config.o truncated to mod_log_config.
> > ar: warning: mod_negotiation.o truncated to mod_negotiation
> > 
> > This is due to the file names being too long.
> > >How-To-Repeat:
> > Let me know if you need BSDI 3.1 system to test on
> > >Fix:
> > Yes, rename the two source files and two lines in Configuration and it
> > works fine
> > >Audit-Trail:
> > >Unformatted:
> 
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To: new-httpd@apache.org
Subject: Re: SunOS build
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On Wed, 12 Nov 1997, Ben Hyde wrote:

> With Martin's additions to the SUNOS_LIB_PROTOTYPES section
> in conf.h.  I can now tame the SunOS build (at least for
> my version of SunOS).  Diff shown below

I'm not sure I like enabling all those declarations.  I am worried it is
likely to cause more problems than it will fix.

> 
> Meanwhile the problem with long filenames reported in 
> general/1404 apparently has two manifestations.  On SunOS
> is causes these warnings.
> 
>   ar: filename mod_log_config.o truncated to mod_log_config.
>   ar: filename mod_negotiation.o truncated to mod_negotiation

What ar are you using?

> 
> But it doesn't prevent the link from succeeding.
> 
>  - ben
> 
> ---
> 
> Always enable SUNOS_LIB_PROTOTYPES since it's now needed.
> Add a few const declarations there in to eliminate warnings
> that it's arrival would otherwise trigger.
> 
> 
> > cvs diff -c conf.h
> Index: conf.h
> ===================================================================
> RCS file: /cvs/apachen/src/main/conf.h,v
> retrieving revision 1.157
> diff -c -r1.157 conf.h
> *** conf.h	1997/11/11 23:04:15	1.157
> --- conf.h	1997/11/12 21:20:21
> ***************
> *** 117,122 ****
> --- 117,123 ----
>   #define USE_FLOCK_SERIALIZED_ACCEPT
>   #define NEED_DIFFTIME
>   #define HAVE_SYSLOG
> + #define SUNOS_LIB_PROTOTYPES
>   
>   #elif defined(SOLARIS2)
>   #undef HAVE_GMTOFF
> ***************
> *** 923,930 ****
>   
>   int getopt(int, char **, char *);
>   
> ! int strcasecmp(char *, char *);
> ! int strncasecmp(char *, char *, int);
>   int toupper(int);
>   int tolower(int);
>   
> --- 924,931 ----
>   
>   int getopt(int, char **, char *);
>   
> ! int strcasecmp(const char *, const char *);
> ! int strncasecmp(const char *, const char *, int);
>   int toupper(int);
>   int tolower(int);
>   
> ***************
> *** 945,951 ****
>   void perror(char *);
>   
>   time_t time(time_t *);
> ! int strftime(char *, int, char *, struct tm *);
>   
>   int initgroups(char *, int);
>   int wait3(int *, int, void *);	/* Close enough for us... */
> --- 946,952 ----
>   void perror(char *);
>   
>   time_t time(time_t *);
> ! int strftime(char *, int, const char *, struct tm *);
>   
>   int initgroups(char *, int);
>   int wait3(int *, int, void *);	/* Close enough for us... */
> ***************
> *** 969,975 ****
>   void syslog(int, char *,...);
>   char *mktemp(char *);
>   
> ! long vfprintf(FILE *, char *, va_list);
>   
>   #endif /* SUNOS_LIB_PROTOTYPES */
>   
> --- 970,976 ----
>   void syslog(int, char *,...);
>   char *mktemp(char *);
>   
> ! long vfprintf(FILE *, const char *, va_list);
>   
>   #endif /* SUNOS_LIB_PROTOTYPES */
>   
> >
> 
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To: Apache - BYOC <new-httpd@apache.org>
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strtoul should be fixed

Hmm.  BSD is easy enough to steal and reasonably clean, but I don't like
the copyright issues.  

fnmatch.c has the same things I guess.  I'm not sure we comply with the
licensing terms though.  And any third party product (eg. Stronghold)
would certainly need to include:

 *      This product includes software developed by the University of
 *      California, Berkeley and its contributors.

even if we could sneak by without it.
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Subject: [PATCH] fix buildmark
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Index: Makefile.tmpl
===================================================================
RCS file: /export/home/cvs/apachen/src/Makefile.tmpl,v
retrieving revision 1.70
diff -u -r1.70 Makefile.tmpl
--- Makefile.tmpl       1997/11/05 12:48:13     1.70
+++ Makefile.tmpl       1997/11/12 22:29:02
@@ -27,8 +27,6 @@
        @false
 
 $(TARGET):  subdirs modules.o
-       rm -f buildmark.c
-       echo 'const char SERVER_BUILT[] = "'`date`'";' > buildmark.c
        $(CC) -c $(CFLAGS) buildmark.c
        $(CC) $(CFLAGS) $(LDFLAGS)  -o $(TARGET) buildmark.o $(OBJS)
$(REGLIB) $(LIBS)
 

and create a buildmark.c of:

#if defined(__DATE__) && defined(__TIME__)
const char SERVER_BUILT[] = __DATE__ " " __TIME__;
#else
const char SERVER_BUILT[] = "unknown";
#endif

The NT makefiles still would need to be modified to include buildmark.c,
but that should be easy...

Date: 12 Nov 1997 18:11:18 -0000
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In article <Pine.LNX.3.95dg3.971110142328.13009F-100000@twinlark.arctic.org> you wrote:

> FWIW, CVSup is publicly available from taz now... we just need to document
> how you use it.  Ralf, wanna open up that doc of yours? 

Yes, Brian already said some time ago that CVSup is ready for public
consumption, so I now made the document public.  The URL is:

http://www.engelschall.com/pw/private/apacherepos/

I'll add some infos about CVSup'ing only the HEAD in the next days, too.

Greetings,
                                       Ralf S. Engelschall
                                       rse@engelschall.com
                                       www.engelschall.com

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