FreeBSD Port: apache-2.2.4_2
brucetwilson at toomuchblue.com
Tue Apr 24 00:20:49 UTC 2007
I was wondering if you can point me to documentation about the
"profiles" feature of apache. I've looked around the docs at
http://httpd.apache.org, put Google to work for me, and asked on a
couple of lists, but it appears this is kind of a secret feature, and
maybe unique to the FreeBSD port.
I've figured out enough to see that adding
to /etc/rc.conf will start the process, and I suppose I could
brute-force my way through figuring out how it should work, but I hoped
you could point me to some kind of documentation on the feature, perhaps
with some examples of how it was intended to be used.
Specifically, I'm thinking this feature may make it easier for me to run
two copies of apache: one hosting Bugzilla sites, another with WebDAV
enabled for Subversion, using different users with mutually exclusive
permissions. (The O'Reilly "Apache Cookbook" suggests running separate
instances is a really good idea with DAV involved.)
Thanks for any pointers you can give me.
Bruce Wilson <brucetwilson at toomuchblue.com>
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