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From Jesse Guardiani <>
Subject Re: [users@httpd] disable virtual host
Date Fri, 17 Jan 2003 23:26:46 GMT
Hey, is that "virtual host directory" thing a feature new
in 2.x, or was it available in 1.3 too?

I wouldn't mind taking the time to implement that on my own
server if it's available on httpd 1.3. I just don't want to
upgrade to 2.x yet, since the only thing I really like about
it is threading, and I run FreeBSD, so threading isn't an



On Friday 17 January 2003 17:06, Chris Meadors wrote:
> Jesse Guardiani wrote:
> > Hmm... Out of all the replies I've gotten, I think I like
> > this one the best. Why?
> >
> > It's scriptable.
> That's the reason I do it.
> > I'd love to actually redirect visitors of said un-paid site
> > to a pretty page explaining the situation, but in the end,
> > I want to click a button and have 600 users cut off in a
> > half second.
> You could create a custom Forbidden error doc that does what ever you want.
> > Granted, I COULD parse the virtual host file and insert a
> > redirect or something when a user hasn't paid, but it's so
> > much easier to just check and set directory permissions.
> On my new server I may go about it differently.  My current machine is
> probably a lot like your's, one flat file for all the Virtual hosts.
> I've since discovered you can include a directory.  I plan on placing a
> separate file for each Virtual host in an included directory.  Then I
> can have these files modified by scripts when I add/delete an account,
> or just turn them off for non-payment, I can also have scripts that turn
> on and off available options for the hosting accounts.
> I don't plan on parsing the files, I'll just write a new one with the
> appropriate settings.  I'll store the current settings in a separate
> file (or as comments at the start of the included file) in a format that
> is easier for me to parse in a shell script.

Jesse Guardiani, Systems Administrator
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