Hi there admins, Today I spend an hour figuring out why the “Order” directive in apache 2.2.19 resulted in errors. Knowing that “Order” was previously provided by “mod_access.so” i started my quest in figuring out why that module was missing. What did i find? Mod_access was renamed or recompiled to “mod_authz_host.so”. as described here… http://httpd.apache.org/docs/2.2/mod/mod_authz_host.html […]Read More mod_access.so missing in apache 2.2.19? Check This!
I have written an init script for Tomcat Catalina running in RHEL version 5. I have tested this script using Oracle Enterprise Linux 5.5 Carthage. The script should comply to the init standards defined for RedHat Enterprise Linux using the INIT Functions lib. The script also alows the use of chkconfig eventhough you might want to […]Read More RHEL5 init script for tomcat catalina
When opening the Monitoring > Hosts > Hosts view to view all the available and configured hosts in Centreon 2.1.4 you will get a blank result. This happens because there is a coding error in the following file. /usr/local/centreon/www/include/monitoring/status/Hosts/xml/hostXML.php on line 249 To correct it you need to add a else statement to the if, […]Read More Fixing the monitoring hosts > hosts view in centreon 2.1.4
some might allready know the mod_security for apache and some might have never heard of it. Well mod_security is in effect an application firewall running on apache, able to protect the applications running on that apache server. In this example I will guide you through the process of enabling mod_security on an windows apache 2.x […]Read More Enabling mod_security under Apache 2.x for windows.