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Web Techniques: Customer Number One

Web Techniques: Customer Number One

By ServerWatch Staff (Send Email)
Posted Nov 30, 2001


"Whether you're administering a single, dedicated Web server, or one serving hundreds of hosts, each site's client expects and deserves a certain level of support and service. ..." This article covers mod_throttle, having each site operate under its own user ID, and running several instances of Apache.

"... Thus, if virtual host www.foo.com has a script that writes information to a specific file, it would be fairly easy for a virtual host on the same shared server to read or overwrite the data in that file as well, because all of the hosts run as the same user ID." Whether you're administering a single, dedicated Web server, or one serving hundreds of hosts, each site's client expects and deserves a certain level of support and service. ... This article covers mod_throttle, having each site operate under its own user ID, and running several instances of Apache.

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