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From Marc Feist <>
Subject Re: [users@httpd] mod_auth_pgsql and mod_auth_mysql on the same server
Date Mon, 15 Jun 2009 11:20:37 GMT
> In other words, if there exists some configuration directive inside  
> the
> main configuration, then every VirtualHost generally inherits it from
> there, unless it specifically overrides it inside of its own  
> VirtualHost
> section.

That's the problem. There are no options for mod_auth_pgsql in the  
main configuration.
mod_auth_pgsql is only loaded from the mods-enabled diirectory as the  
first module (000_mod_auth_pgsql)

There is no global configuration. It seems to be enabled by default  
for all virtual hosts with no "switch" to disable/enable it anywhere  
except completely disabling it for the whole server.


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