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From Monkey Daemon <>
Subject Re: [users@httpd] Zeus Subserver Equivalent in Apache2?
Date Thu, 02 Jul 2009 08:45:55 GMT
2009/7/2 Chandranshu . <>:
> Hi
> Are you running PHP with CGI? If yes, then you can use the
> <Directory></Directory> directive blocks and the Options Directive to
> optionally allow or disallow execution of PHP scripts. For example, your
> basic hosting can have a config:
> <Directory /var/www/basic>
>     Options -ExecCGI <other options>
> </Directory>
> while for your Hosting package, it can read:
> <Directory /var/www/Hosting>
>    Options +ExecCGI
> </Directory>
> You can check out for more
> details. You can further support different versions of PHP for your Legacy
> and Hosting packages using the AddHandler directive in a similar fashion.
> Hope this helps you and all the best!

Thanks, that looks v. interesting and if we can pair it with the
vhost_alias stuff we might be on to a winner!

Kind regards,


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