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From "Vagelis Papadogiannakis" <>
Subject Re: [users@httpd] quite tricky, I need some serious help here.
Date Fri, 04 Aug 2006 13:36:45 GMT
Actually, my dear friend using the core file, vi, and perltook me no more
than 15 minutes to restore each and every one virtualhost (count: 123, some
of them with more than 1 subdomain)

It was quite easy.

about mod_info now, I am not really sure if it could help me out with this
On every vhost.conf file, there were a lot of directives about php, python,
ruby, safe modes, auth sections, password files etc etc etc...

Many many thanks to Laurent Blume.
He is absolutelly my hero.


On 8/3/06, Sean Conner <> wrote:
> It was thus said that the Great Vagelis Papadogiannakis once stated:
> > Any Ideas, are more than welcome, actually u will save me if you can
> find a
> > way around this. I will be your slave forever.
> > As you may have noticed, I am desparate.
>   For next time you might want to enable mod_info:
>         LoadModule info_module modules/
>         <Location /server-info>
>             SetHandler server-info
>             Order deny,allow
>             Deny from all
>             Allow from
>         </Location>
>   Obivously, you'll want to change the "Allow from" line.  But having this
> module installed and going to
>   will give you not only the modules currently installed, but the
> configuration as well (which you'll have to piece together but it's better
> than slogging through a core dump).
>   -spc (I initially installed it to make sure I was getting the correct
>         modules installed ... )
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