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Date:  Wed, 15 Dec 2004 19:14:30 +0000
From:  Raul Carvalho <raulcarvalho (at mark) redirect.pt>
Subject:  [coba-e:01696] Re: Stable?
To:  coba-e (at mark) bluequartz.org
Message-Id:  <41C08D16.3060001 (at mark) redirect.pt>
In-Reply-To:  <20041214202521.636FEFF13 (at mark) smtp.bulldogdsl.com>
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Hello Leigh,

No, I usually run only PHP - it is very rare to use any perl or CGI scripts.
Thank you for the thread link.

Raul



Leigh Blackwell wrote:

>Hi Raul,
>
>The ssl port fix is detailed here...
>http://bluequartz.org/ml/archive/coba-e/1200/1226.html
>
>have you tried using perl/cgi scripts on over ssl on your install?
>
>Regards
>
>Leigh 
>
>-----Original Message-----
>From: Raul Carvalho [mailto:raulcarvalho (at mark) redirect.pt] 
>Sent: 14 December 2004 16:05
>To: coba-e (at mark) bluequartz.org
>Subject: [coba-e:01679] Re: Stable?
>
>Hello Leigh,
>
>I have to say that I had Zero problems with my fresh install of BQ + FC1 
>Reference Kit.
>I only ran into troubles when I had to install some other stuff like 
>MySQL, but I managed to do all the upgrades necessary and the box now is 
>running smoothly.
>Enough of my experience :)
>I would like you to please detail on your "Ssl_perl reference to port 
>removed" since I am interested in having more than one SSL site per box!
>
>Thank you for your input,
>Raul
>
>  
>
>>Hi All,
>>
>>It's got to the point that my cobalt lx50 based on FC1 and BQ is up and
>>running without any issues and I have started to use it for hosting
>>customer's sites. I see strings on here with ppl having issues with fresh
>>installations; fortunately I didn't really have any of these as I stuck to
>>the reference kit (not saying that other didn't :) 
>>
>>I have done some work to try and make this machine a suitable replacement
>>for my leased xtr. Unfortunately I haven't taken notes on all the issues
>>that I have come across but I thought it would be good idea to cover a
>>couple of points, and see if I indeed have a stable machine in the eyes of
>>others on the list.
>>
>>Split_log.patch
>>Logrotate fixed
>>Ssl_perl reference to port removed (restricted you to a single ssl site per
>>box)
>>
>>Removed cgi-bin directory and replaced it with /  in httpd.conf 
>>	Allowing cgi's to be executed in anywhere in the site (like the
>>raq), 	I havent clarified if the site settings for CGI is working
>>correctly.
>>
>>Ssl cgi (very bad hack) Added.. to the vhost file of site"**" to enable cgi
>>on ssl
>>	AddHandler cgi-script .cgi
>>	<Directory "/home/.sites/48/site**/web/">
>>   	AllowOverride None
>>   	Order allow,deny
>>   	Allow from all
>>   	Options +ExecCGI
>>   	SSLOptions +StdEnvVars
>>	</Directory>
>>
>>Changed httpd.conf
>>DirectoryIndex index.cgi index.pl index.wml index.html index.htm
>>
>>In addition to the above fixes and mods, I have installed a couple of extra
>>things.. 
>>
>>Mysql 4.1.7
>>Php-mysql on admserv
>>Modified version of perl DBD-mysql 2.1028 (to over come connection timeout
>>issues with php and permit a v4 mysql)
>>Mailscanner
>>Mailwatch (v. good tool when integrated in gui)
>>http://mailwatch.sourceforge.net/index.html
>>ClamAV
>>Webalizer
>>Pkg, openwebmail
>>Pkg, dev-tools
>>
>>
>>I think my main worry is with apache and the small differences between v1*
>>and v2 which I believe are causing the ssl and cgi issues. 
>>
>>I have seen talk of db versions 3 and 4 in relation to passwords etc, but
>>this is out of my depth and I am uncertain to whether this affects me, if
>>someone could advise???
>>
>>I haven't used any of the ruby project as I assumed that was for redhat9
>>installs.
>>
>>I really hope I have covered all the main fixes/mods (I'm not importing any
>>sites so I have left those issues out). Has anyone any suggestions on ones
>>that I should have in place? 
>>
>>Hopefully we can see if we can get a definitive list for the next release.
>>
>>Cheers
>>
>>LEigh
>>    
>>