Enabling and using apache's mod_status on Gentoo

Apache's mod_status module allows it to display a web page containing statistics about the web server's current state, including worker processes and active connections.


Barebones apache install for Gentoo

This article describes how to install an apache web server on Gentoo with no extras. It's intended only for users who are experienced administrators or who just want a basic web server install with no details on including modules like PHP or customizing apache for their site.


Apache Virtual Hosts on Gentoo - part 2

With the base apache virtual host configs in place on your Gentoo server, let's look at other settings you may want to apply to them.


Apache Virtual Hosts on Gentoo - part 1

Now that apache is running and configured on your Gentoo server we can add virtual hosts to let it serve more than one domain.


Apache configuration on Gentoo - part 2

We continue to look at apache configuration options for your Gentoo server.


Apache configuration on Gentoo - part 1

Your Gentoo web server continues to take shape as we delve into the depths of apache's configuration options.


Configuring the Apache MPM on Gentoo

Now that you know where the files are, let's look at how to tell apache to stay within the memory available to your Gentoo server.


Apache configuration files on Gentoo

Let's take a look at where apache's config files wind up when installed with the Gentoo package manager.


Installing PHP on Gentoo

Now that apache is running on your Gentoo server you might want to add PHP support to it. Here's how.


Installing apache on Gentoo

Installing the apache web server on a Gentoo server is as simple as using "emerge".


Enabling and using apache's mod_status on Arch

Apache's mod_status module allows it to display a web page containing statistics about the web server's current state, including worker processes and active connections.


Barebones apache install for Arch

This article describes how to install an apache web server on Arch with no extras. It's intended only for users who are experienced administrators or who just want a basic web server install with no details on including modules like PHP or customizing apache for their site.


Apache Virtual Hosts on Arch - part 2

With the base apache virtual host configs in place on your Arch server, let's look at other settings you may want to apply to them.


Apache Virtual Hosts on Arch - part 1

Now that apache is running and configured on your Arch server we can add virtual hosts to let it serve more than one domain.


Apache configuration on Arch - part 2

We continue to look at apache configuration options for your Arch server.


Apache configuration on Arch - part 1

Your Arch web server continues to take shape as we delve into the depths of apache's configuration options.


Configuring the Apache MPM on Arch

Now that you know where the files are, let's look at how to tell apache to stay within the memory available to your Arch server.


Apache configuration files on Arch

Let's take a look at where apache's config files wind up when installed with the Arch package manager.


Installing PHP on Arch

Now that apache is running on your Arch server you might want to add PHP support to it. Here's how.


Installing apache on Arch

Installing the apache web server on an Arch server is as simple as using the "pacman" package manager.


Scheduling awstats report generation

We've looked at running awstats reports, but only manually. Let's automate report generation so all you need to worry about is looking at those sweet, sweet numbers.


Generating and viewing awstats reports

Now that awstats is installed we take a look at actually running the analysis and viewing the reports.


Installing awstats on Linux

The awstats program is a versatile tool for generating web traffic reports. We'll walk through a simple installation to track stats for your site.


Customizing apache web logs

You can create your own custom formats for apache web logs, to record more information or to make them easier to read. Here's how.


Interpreting common status codes in web logs

The status codes you find in your web logs are useful troubleshooting tools, but only if you know what they mean.


Reading apache web logs

Whether you're dealing with web server difficulties or just want to see what apache is up to, your best bet is to look in its logs.


Installing apache

Learn how to install apache and configure it to fit your needs.


Apache Virtual Hosts on RHEL - part 2

With the base apache virtual host configs in place on your RHEL server, let's look at other settings you may want to apply to them.


Apache Virtual Hosts on RHEL - part 1

Now that apache is running and configured on your RHEL server we can add virtual hosts to let it serve more than one domain.


Apache configuration on RHEL - part 2

We continue to look at apache configuration options for your RHEL server.


Apache configuration on RHEL - part 1

Your RHEL web server continues to take shape as we delve into the depths of apache's configuration options.


Configuring the Apache MPM on RHEL

Now that you know where the files are, let's look at how to tell apache to stay within the memory available to your RHEL server.


Apache configuration files on RHEL

Let's take a look at where apache's config files wind up when installed with the RHEL package manager.


Installing PHP on RHEL

Now that apache is running on your RHEL server you might want to add PHP support to it. Here's how.


Installing apache on RHEL

Installing the apache web server on an RHEL server is as simple using the "yum" package manager.


Apache Virtual Hosts on Fedora - part 2

With the base apache virtual host configs in place on your Fedora server, let's look at other settings you may want to apply to them.


Apache Virtual Hosts on Fedora - part 1

Now that apache is running and configured on your Fedora server we can add virtual hosts to let it serve more than one domain.


Apache configuration on Fedora - part 2

We continue to look at apache configuration options for your Fedora server.


Apache configuration on Fedora - part 1

Your Fedora web server continues to take shape as we delve into the depths of apache's configuration options.


Configuring the Apache MPM on Fedora

Now that you know where the files are, let's look at how to tell apache to stay within the memory available to your Fedora server.


Apache configuration files on Fedora

Let's take a look at where apache's config files wind up when installed with the Fedora package manager.


Installing PHP on Fedora

Now that apache is running on your Fedora server you might want to add PHP support to it. Here's how.


Installing apache on Fedora

Installing the apache web server on an Fedora server is as simple using the "yum" package manager.


Apache Virtual Hosts on Debian - part 2

With the base apache virtual host configs in place on your Debian server, let's look at other settings you may want to apply to them.


Apache Virtual Hosts on Debian - part 1

Now that apache is running and configured on your Debian server we can add virtual hosts to let it serve more than one domain.


Apache configuration on Debian - part 2

We continue to look at apache configuration options for your Debian server.


Apache configuration on Debian - part 1

Your Debian web server continues to take shape as we delve into the depths of apache's configuration options.


Configuring the Apache MPM on Debian

Now that you know where the files are, let's look at how to tell apache to stay within the memory available to your Debian server.


Apache configuration files on Debian

Let's take a look at where apache's config files wind up when installed with the Debian package manager.


Installing PHP on Debian

Now that apache is running on your Debian server you might want to add PHP support to it. Here's how.