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From Robert Montgomery <>
Subject [users@httpd] rejecting non GET/POST methods
Date Sun, 27 Apr 2008 11:43:17 GMT
Is there a way to tell apache to completely ignore
certain methods, ie, PROPFIND, CCM_POST, CONNECT,
OPTIONS, etc.. (and NOT write those requests to the
log files either!)

I've tried LIMIT & LIMIT EXCEPT directives, but I'm
not sure if they are working (I still see those
requests being logged).

Also, are there any methods other than GET/POST that I
should also consider allowing?  We do nothing fancy,
just typical websites on LAMP platforms, so I know of
no need for any methods other than GET/POST.

Many Thanks,

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