On Feb 20, 2009, at 11:47 AM, Dan Morrow wrote:

> Where are the settings stored for logging and authentication?

My experience has been that you have to restart apache after making  
configuration changes, or else not all the mod_python instances seem  
to notice.

> Here's my problem. If I go to the "Logging" setting, I turn on the
> "Enable Logging" checkbox, and type in a path, which I know that
> Apache can write to. Then I hit the "Save" button, and the "Log
> directory" box is blank. If I refresh the page, it stays blank. It
> appears that this settings isn't actually sticking.
> And I've had problems setting up the Advanced Authentication settings
> (I'd really like to use either AD authentication, or through LDAP).
> But the settings don't seem to stick, even though I get the green
> checkbox with "Settings have been saved".
> Aren't these settings just written to the database? If not, which
> directories are being written to, so I can make sure that apache can
> write to them?
> Thanks for any help,
> -Dan.
> >

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