Administering Apache by Mark ArnoldAdministering Apache by Mark Arnold

Administering Apache

byMark Arnold

Paperback | May 24, 2000

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Performance, reliability, security, and the fact that it’s free, are just some of the reasons Apache has become one of the most popular Web servers today. And, with over half of all companies that conduct business over the Web using Apache, keeping servers running at peak performance is vital to a company’s success. That’s why administrators need a hands-on, task-oriented guide that deals with Apache on a day-to-day basis. This complete guide offers administrators clear step-by-step instructions on everything from securing and programming the Apache Web server to creating multiple domain sites on one server, and an extensive troubleshooting section. This essential reference belongs on the shelf of every Apache administrator.
Mark Arnold (Dentox, TX) is a general partner with Auxentropic, a firm specializing in the creation of shopping cart packages for web commerce.
Title:Administering ApacheFormat:PaperbackDimensions:600 pages, 9.1 × 7.3 × 1.42 inPublished:May 24, 2000Publisher:McGraw-Hill Osborne MediaLanguage:English

The following ISBNs are associated with this title:

ISBN - 10:0072122919

ISBN - 13:9780072122916


Table of Contents

Planning Ahead.

Creating the Web Server.

Creating the Web Site.

Manipulating Content.

Making Use of Status Reporting and Logging.

Securing the Server, the Content, and the Connection.

Creating Multiple User Web Sites on One Server.

Creating Multiple Domain Web Sites on One Server.

Enabling/Controlling a LAN's Internet Access Through an Apache Proxy Server.


Using Apache on Windows 95/NT.

Programming the Apache Server.

From Our Editors

Apache has become the world`s most popular Web server, hosting more than half of all Web sites. But Apache administrators often complain about the lack of user documentation that is available to them. Following the successful Administering series format, Administering Apache features all the information you need, including extensive coverage of firewalls, CGI, Perl for Apache and proxies, to run Apache successfully. Web expert Mark Arnold focuses on administrators` daily needs as well as related products required to implement and run Apache.