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Changeset 880981 is being indexed.

tweak r823613/PR 47951 change to avoid /usr/sbin/install on

Solaris

(not compatible with BSD install)

Backport proposals

This isn't Apache 2.0 any more.

Logging in to bugzilla gives me the bug reporter's details

to record correctly in CHANGES.

Build: fix --with-module to work as documented

PR 43881

Submitted: Gez Saunders

Reviewed: Nick Kew

fix VPATH builds, broken by the support for --enable-mpms-shared

Not sure this is actually a useful recipe, but it belongs in the access

file.

support --enable-mpms-shared (without argument) and --disable-mpms-shared

the former builds just the default MPM (or --with-mpm argument)

fix bad doc for an argument to APACHE_MPM_MODULE()

axe the anonymous union support to resolve warnings or fatal

errors with different levels of Sun Studio

use the extra storage to simplify access

bring over r836253 from mod_fcgid:

use httpd's (AC_PROG_AWK) choice of awk instead of choosing one here

/usr/xpg4/bin/awk isn't part of httpd's selection, but it isn't

needed with current awk language use

allow override with AWK envvar

hint by wrowe, research by rjung

PR: 48067

use httpd's (AC_PROG_AWK) choice of awk instead of choosing one here

/usr/xpg4/bin/awk isn't part of httpd's selection, but it isn't

needed with current awk language use

allow override with AWK envvar

hint by wrowe, research by rjung

PR: 48067

Update.

Improve hack to "determine" if APR supports thread-safe pollsets by hiding the

presence of kqueue() on Leopard, matching APR's configuration.

Event and Simple no longer report that they are supported on Leopard, resolving

a broken default config file with --enable-mpms-shared=all on that platform.

(Event was loaded by default in httpd.conf, and it failed at startup when it

failed to obtain a thread-safe pollset.)

Removes another bogus example. Use <Proxy> blocks instead, and standard

access control methods. Also, the note about loading mod_rewrite before

mod_proxy isn't actually relevant any more.

This is a really cool example, and I don't want to lose it. However, I'm

reasonably sure that there's easier ways to do this, and I'm not yet

sure that the example given actually works. Need to revisit this soon.

Removes an inscrutable recipe - I don't know what problem it's trying to

solve, and the solution appears to be a completely useless use of

RewriteMap to solve a trivial problem that could be better done with

Alias. Am I missing something?

update generated html and metadata

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update MPM doc to cover new MPM defaults and MPMs as DSO modules

Adds a couple of seealso's.

add CHANGES entry for mod_fcgid output in server-status page

style improvements for r835406

fix gcc warnings from r835406

pick up r834900 and r834923 from mod_fcgid

Follow up the awk compatibility fix in r834729 by selecting the most

suitable awk, following the AC_PROG_AWK order (gawk, mawk, nawk, awk).

As with AC_PROG_AWK, AWK=foo overrides.

After r834729 a working conf was generated on Solaris when using

/usr/bin/awk, but only by some fluke of command-line processing

(-v was sort-of ignored; see PR for discussion). Also, the LoadModule

wasn't added in the right spot due to awk engine differences.

PR: 48067

Helped by: rjung, Hans Werner Strube <strube physik3.gwdg.de>

/usr/xpg4/bin/awk is a better choice than nawk on Solaris

(one issue: nawk on some Solaris levels is missing toupper/tolower,

breaking addloadmodule.awk)

Submitted by: Hans Werner Strube <strube physik3.gwdg.de>

Add fcgid extension to mod_status

Ignore more.

  1. /test/framework/trunk/t/htdocs/modules/cgi
Corrects the page title.

Removes a lengthy and unnecessary discussion of the various methods of

load balancing. Removes a RewriteMap prg load balancing script, and

replaces it with a RewriteMap rnd example of the same, as well as an

admonition to use mod_proxy_balancer instead.

Corrects links to the reference documentation.

Move the 'vhost per user' rule, and add commentary.