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Subject Re: [users@httpd] Upgrading Apache 2.0 and httpd.conf file
Date Sun, 13 Apr 2003 21:14:31 GMT

Thanks for this.  My problem is that the apache I'm upgrading from is their
Secure Server v.2, and I don't know which version of regular apache (the one I
would look for in CVS) to look at.  What d'ya think?


At 22:35 (UTC-0500) on Sun, 6 Apr 2003 William A. Rowe, Jr. said:

= For an absolute answer, viewcvs is your friend.
= is the default stock input file.  Win32's is supposed to be in sync so
= you can use this example (though line numbers change.)
= You aren't interested in all the gory details, just the changes, so 
= down to an APACHE_2_0_XX version you are upgrading to, click on
= "[select for diffs]", then scroll to the version you are upgrading from
= and click on the "Diffs to .... _selected_ n.n.n.n_ (_colored_)".  If you
= click on the version, you get a unified diff like this;
= (that's one long uri) - or you can compare them in color for legibility;
= Those links above illustrate all changes between APACHE_2_0_41
= release, and APACHE_2_0_45.  We are striving to avoid forcing you
= to change your configs again after .41, until the next major release
= (which will be numbered 2.2.0 - The Apache 2.1's are development
= builds that won't be official 'releases').
= Bill
= At 06:42 PM 4/5/2003, B.J. Ash wrote:
= >Hey list,
= >        When upgrading from Apache httpd 2.0.x to 2.0.x, are there any big
= > changes that should be made in the httpd.conf file or can I just keep my old one?
= > ...

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