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Servers : Apache

The most widely used web server on the Internet.

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^Web Servers

* Apache Home Page
The home page for the Apache HTTP Server Project
* ApacheWeek
Information and advice on using the Apache HTTP Server.
* HTTP version 1.1
A brief overview of HTTP version 1.1 as supported in the 1.2 release of the Apache server.
* SSL module for Apache
An Apache module to support SSL (Secure Sockets Layer) available under a free licence for commercial or non-commercial purposes, so long as the copyright notices are retained (- fair enough!)
* Introduction to Programming for the Apache API
* Apache module API notes
by Rob Thau.
* Design considerations for the Apache Server API
by Rob Thau.
* Design considerations for the Apache Server API - Slides
Slides for Rob Thau's talk on Apache module design.
* nph-publish for Apache
Allows Apache to "publish" files created with Netscape Navigator Gold or one of the other HTML editors that use HTTP PUT.
* Apache on Linux
Some information on how to configure and run Apache on Linux, including how to set up proper Virtual hosts and domains.
* The Java-Apache Project
Home Page for some experimental work developing an Apache module mod_jserv which runs Java servlets via Sun/JavaSoft's Java Servlet Development Kit (JSDK).
* Apache Quick Reference Card
A quick reference card for the Apache web server. A compact, tri-fold double-sided page listing all the major directives, HTTP status codes, CGI variables, and some pointers to on-line Apache resources.
Check the refcards.com website for an ever expanding collection of other useful reference cards.
* mod_perl Quick Reference Card
A quick reference card for the Apache web server mod_perl system.
Check the refcards.com website for an ever expanding collection of other useful reference cards.
* cronolog
An improved log file rotation program for the Apache web server.
* Hints on Running a High-Performance Web Server
Running Apache on a heavily loaded web server, one often encounters problems related to the machine and OS configuration. In general the suggestions involve how to tune your kernel for the heavier TCP load, hardware/software conflicts that arise, etc.
* Load Balancing Your Web Site
An article in WebTechniques magazine that explains how to use Apache to load balance an active site transparently across serveral different servers. One method is via a round-robin DNS, and another by using Apache as a front-end ("reverse proxy") to the actual servers. The latter method makes use of some advanced features in the rewrite and proxy modules.
* The Apache/Perl Integration Project
Home page for The Apache/Perl integration project (aka mod_perl) This project brings together the full power of the Perl programming language and the Apache HTTP server. With mod_perl it is possible to write Apache modules entirely in Perl. In addition, the persistent interpreter embedded in the server avoids the overhead of starting an external interpreter and the penalty of Perl start-up time.
A must for high performance CGI's.
* Intro to Mod_Perl
A rundown on how to get started with mod_perl for running "embedded" Perl scripts with the Apache server.
* Apache Server Survival Guide
On-line copy of the now rather old (Oct-1996) book "Apache Server Survival Guide", covering installation and configuration of the Apache web server. Also covers how to set up Apache and SendMail to handle virtual domains.
* The mod_perl FAQ
This is a list of answers to Frequently Asked Questions concerning mod_perl, maintained by Patrick Michael Kane.
* mod_dav: a DAV module for Apache
mod_dav is an Apache module to provide DAV capabilities for your Apache web server. This page serves as a distribution point, as documentation, and as a FAQ for mod_dav.
* Element Construction Set
The Element Construction Set is a Java API from the Apache Project for generating elements for various markup languages it directly supports HTML 4.0 and XML, but can easily be extended to create tags for any markup language.
* Load balancing Apache JServ
This paper by Jean-Luc Rochat covers the integrated load balancing features of Apache JServ, being able to load balance not only stateless requests but also stated requests without performance overhead. This allows Apache JServ to scale almost linearly and to grow with your request needs.
* Apache Jakarta Project
The Jakarta Project is an Apache working group dedicated to providing a high quality Java based Servlet and JavaServer Pages implementation for the Apache Web Server.
The Jakarta Project was announced by the Apache developer community and Sun Microsystems, Inc. on the 15th of June, 1999 at JavaOne. It will be composed of members from the current Apache JServ Project, Sun, IBM, and other corporations as well as all interested developers.
* Comanche
Comanche is an open-source GUI for configuring the Apache Web server. It is distributed under the normal Apache license.

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