Odyssey 3 Apache Configuration

This page explains the contents of /software/odyssey-3_apache/config.

  • RCS — All the config files still use RCS. Switching to Subversion is a “wishlist” item at the moment.
  • conf.d — (regional)
  • default — (share) Intended to be the default Apache config files from a fresh install.
  • httpd-admin.conf — (admin) Admin-level server configuration.
  • httpd-regional.conf — (regional) Regional-level server configuration.
  • httpd-shared.conf — (share) Share-level server configuration.
  • httpd.conf (share) Simply includes the above three httpd-*.conf files, as well as the sites-enabled directory.
  • mods-available — (regional) Directory containing configuration files for modules installed on the server. Note that this package is not expected to contain the modules themselves; they could be distributed through XHier but in practice it is anticipated that they will live in /usr/lib/apache2/modules as they do in our initial Linux Apache installations. This will typically consist mostly of symlinks into default/mods-available.
  • mods-enabled — (regional) Directory containing symlinks into mods-available for all configuration files for modules meant to be enabled on the server.
  • ports.conf — (regional) Typically a symlink to default/ports.conf.
  • sites-available — (regional) Directory containing virtual-host-specific configuration files. See OdysseyApplications3VirtualHosts.
  • sites-enabled — (regional) Directory containing symlinks into sites-available for all virtual hosts meant to be enabled on the server.
  • ssl — (regional) Directory containing SSL certificates and private keys for SSL virtual hosts.

-- IsaacMorland - 12 Nov 2008

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