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From Anisha Parveen <anishaparveen2...@gmail.com>
Subject Re: [users@httpd] Httpd Configuration Clarification
Date Tue, 04 May 2010 03:56:40 GMT
Thanks Igor for your support.
I just could not follow this :
      i.galic@prvix ~ % alias uncomment
      uncomment='sed "/^\s*#/d;/^\s*$/d"'
      i.galic@prvix ~ %

Can you just explain me what is it  and where do I provide these ?

Thanks,
Anisha

2010/4/29 Igor Galić <i.galic@brainsware.org>

>
> ----- "Anisha Parveen" <anishaparveen2202@gmail.com> wrote:
>
> > Hi,
> >
> > I am facing a problem with my configuration. Problem basically is that
> > I am able to access the WebServices URL Say
> > https://hostname:443/cns/ser/CTConfigService through the browser.
> >
> > However, the script running on the machine checks an url
> > https://localhost:443/cns/ser/CTConfigService .
>
> That is, to an SSL service especially, not the same.
> The SSL Certificate will be issued to ``hostname'' and that is not the
> same as localhost, so it won't work, it won't be verifiable
> Even locally, you'll have to check against ``hostname'' -- in the worst
> case you'll have to edit your hosts file.
>
> > The webservice url is not accessible through localhost from the same
> > box.
> >
> > I have attached my httpd.conf and mod_jk.conf-cns files.
>
> No you haven't. You have attatched a RAR file.
>
> Here's a great advise up-front:
> i.galic@prvix ~ % alias uncomment
> uncomment='sed "/^\s*#/d;/^\s*$/d"'
> i.galic@prvix ~ %
>
> This will greatly help you to ``optimize'' your configuration, making
> it smaller thus guaranteeing that people will actually look at it and
> see something from it -- you included.
> Next, you're loading *ALL* modules. You probably don't need *ALL*.
>
>
> mod_jk.conf-cns defines <VirtualHost localhost:*>
>
> If anything in that config works out, this is the one that would catch your
> request from above.
>
> All in all, this configuration is greatly confusing. Needlessly so.
> If you do not rely on any special features of mod_jk, I would advise
> the use of mod_proxy_ajp in httpd 2.2
>
> > Any pointers or tutorials on configuration would be hihgly useful.
> >
> > Thanks in advance,
> >
> > Anisha
>
> So long,
> --
> Igor Galić
>
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