Re: the wheel of httpd-dev life is surely slowing down, solutions please

2003-11-13 Thread William A. Rowe, Jr.
At 12:47 PM 11/13/2003, [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: If you look at what has REALLY happened in the past 3 years ( yes... going back that far since it's now 4 or 5 years since 2.0 became a real blib on the radar ) there's no question that there was this intense period of development and 'new' things

Apache 2.0 Uptake thoughts

2003-11-14 Thread William A. Rowe, Jr.
For those interested in the question of Apache 2.0 uptake, my favorite resource is http://www.securityspace.com/s_survey/data/index.html - where you get gobs of details. The upgrade/downgrade report helps identify if a release was a winner (mostly upgrading to, or through, that version) - or a

Re: the wheel of httpd-dev life is surely slowing down, solutions please

2003-11-14 Thread William A. Rowe, Jr.
Although it's probably a little late to be responding to innuendo, the bare minimum points that need a response; At 12:36 AM 11/14/2003, [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: There was a lot going down 'offline' and things were just being 'announced' on the forum. That's the way development often happens.

Re: the wheel of httpd-dev life is surely slowing down, solutions please

2003-11-14 Thread William A. Rowe, Jr.
At 12:36 AM 11/14/2003, [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: 'Individual' attempts to contribute are getting IGNORED and the last few words of this message thread's subject line are just asking to hear from the powers that be what they intend to do about that ( solutions please ? ). Yes, I think that's the

Re: the wheel of httpd-dev life is surely slowing down, solutionsplease

2003-11-16 Thread William A. Rowe, Jr.
At 01:45 PM 11/14/2003, Sander Striker wrote: On Thu, 2003-11-13 at 09:06, Jeff Trawick wrote: Aaron Bannert wrote: On Tue, Nov 11, 2003 at 09:55:24AM -0700, Brad Nicholes wrote: Just to point out the obvious fact that hopefully everybody can agree with and consider taking action on:

Re: ap_get_server_state()

2003-11-16 Thread William A. Rowe, Jr.
The Enums look great, can we extend apr_query_mpm instead though? Bill At 05:17 PM 11/16/2003, Jeff Trawick wrote: If Sander hadn't gone awol this wouldn't be so fubar. Any comments? ap_server_state_t { enum {AP_STARTING, AP_STARTED, AP_STOPPING} state; enum {AP_FIRST_START,

Re: consider reopening 1.3

2003-11-17 Thread William A. Rowe, Jr.
At 07:32 PM 11/16/2003, Martin Kraemer wrote: ...only that tomorrow's apr might not be 100% compatible with today's. Think of mod_ssl's and mod_dav's problem (the apache_1.3 version). They must always add the apache_1.3 version number to their own version number to describe the API they require.

Re: Apache + Windows

2003-11-18 Thread William A. Rowe, Jr.
At 02:34 PM 11/18/2003, Bill Stoddard wrote: Peter J. Cranstone wrote: If I am not mistaken, I seem to recall that TransmitFile() is artifically limited to serving no more than 10 TCP connections on non server editions of Windows. I've not actually tried it myself. Not TCP connections. This

Re: cvs commit: httpd-2.0/modules/generators mod_autoindex.c

2003-11-20 Thread William A. Rowe, Jr.
NOOO rofl seriously this option is too overloaded as it is. Let's try to leave boolean flags in IndexOptions, but create new directive names if they are non-trival choices. Bill At 01:47 AM 11/20/2003, André Malo wrote: * Paul Querna [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: On Thu, 20 Nov 2003

[PATCH] NO_USE_SIGACTION - no use undecorated names

2003-11-20 Thread William A. Rowe, Jr.
We need to axe or decorate the symbol NO_USE_SIGACTION in our ongoing effort to prevent namespace clashes. However, this turned out to be a nontrival problem. It doesn't appear that this option was ever a tunable APR option. We do have a flag APR_HAVE_SIGACTION which is tested and configured

Re: [PATCH] 1.3: Add %X as alias for %c in LogFormat

2003-11-20 Thread William A. Rowe, Jr.
+1 for 1.3 - we made this change already for 2.0 when we encountered the problem (as we ship mod_ssl in 2.0, but not in 1.3). I found it interesting that you retained %c - I presume this means that %c continues to work until mod_ssl replaces it's meaning? Bill At 02:16 PM 11/20/2003, you wrote:

Re: [PATCH] NO_USE_SIGACTION - no use undecorated names

2003-11-20 Thread William A. Rowe, Jr.
At 09:00 PM 11/20/2003, Jeff Trawick wrote: William A. Rowe, Jr. wrote: We need to axe or decorate the symbol NO_USE_SIGACTION in our ongoing effort to prevent namespace clashes. sounds good We do have a flag APR_HAVE_SIGACTION which is tested and configured for, and the attached patch

Re: Release Frequency and Testing

2003-11-23 Thread William A. Rowe, Jr.
I hope the response does not diminish your enthusiasm... The [EMAIL PROTECTED] mailing list (you can join up with a mail to [EMAIL PROTECTED]) maintains the mod_specweb and the perl-framework websites. I believe that flood is seperate at this point. Please - subscribe and contribute! The

Re: Where is mod_access??

2003-11-26 Thread William A. Rowe, Jr.
At 01:53 PM 11/26/2003, Christopher Jastram wrote: Okay, I'm really feeling stupid here. Where in the world is mod_access? httpd can't run because it chokes on the Order directive, which comes from mod_access. So where is it? I'm working on a clean (I hope) checkout of httpd-2.1 (cvs co

Re: Where is mod_access??

2003-11-26 Thread William A. Rowe, Jr.
At 02:51 PM 11/26/2003, Christopher Jastram wrote: I checked nagoya, there doesn't seem to be any way to submit bug reports (and patches) for httpd2.1. Do I submit it under 2.0 or post to the list? I've reclassed HEAD as 2.0-HEAD (since we can't know) and added a new category 2.1-HEAD. Hope

Re: new IfThreaded directive (was Re: [patch] adding mpm info to httpd -V)

2003-12-03 Thread William A. Rowe, Jr.
At 02:10 PM 12/3/2003, Geoffrey Young wrote: IfThreaded MaxThreadsPerChild 5 /IfThreaded This rubs me the wrong way FWIW. oops, sorry :) I don't care for that container either... but even horrible new ideas are always good when then generate more ideas :) If somebody really

Re: [PATCH] catching malformed container directives

2003-12-09 Thread William A. Rowe, Jr.
At 09:36 AM 12/9/2003, Geoffrey Young wrote: André Malo wrote: I'd like to keep IfDefine possible. Simply because it's a very efficient way to comment a whole part out (reliably, since one cannot specify an empty -D argument). And it's in use out there. ok, here is a new patch that excludes

Re: cvs commit: httpd-2.0 CHANGES

2003-12-09 Thread William A. Rowe, Jr.
At 12:37 PM 12/9/2003, Stas Bekman wrote: Does this look good? ap_log_rerror(APLOG_MARK, APLOG_WARNING, 0, r, mod_include: Options +Includes (or IncludesNoExec) - wasn't set, passing data unmodified); + wasn't set,

Re: filtering huge request bodies (like 650MB files)

2003-12-10 Thread William A. Rowe, Jr.
At 04:57 PM 12/10/2003, Cliff Woolley wrote: On Wed, 10 Dec 2003, Stas Bekman wrote: Obviously it's not how things work at the moment, as the memory is never freed (which could probably be dealt with), but the real problem is that no data will leave the server out before it was completely read

Re: [PATCH] Create plog pool before pconf

2003-12-11 Thread William A. Rowe, Jr.
So you propose an inversion here? Won't that break as many modules making the (currently) correct assumptions, w.r.t. config data? Logs are created *from* values in the configuration, ergo they should go away *before* the values that created them are also destroyed. E.g., if my module creates a

Re: filtering huge request bodies (like 650MB files)

2003-12-11 Thread William A. Rowe, Jr.
At 07:01 PM 12/10/2003, Bill Stoddard wrote: Aaron Bannert wrote: [slightly off-topic] Actually, I believe that mod_cgi and mod_cgid are currently broken WRT the CGI spec. The spec says that a CGI may read as much of an incoming request body as it wishes and may return data as soon as it wishes

Re: filtering huge request bodies (like 650MB files)

2003-12-11 Thread William A. Rowe, Jr.
at 01:50:46PM -0600, William A. Rowe, Jr. wrote: But the 2.0 architecture is entirely different. We need a poll but it's not entirely obvious where to put one... One suggestion raised in a poll bucket: when a connection level filter cannot read anything more, it passed back a bucket

Re: new ETag supression/weakening API

2003-12-13 Thread William A. Rowe, Jr.
Just a quick tangent on weak ETags let's say I have a transform to convert (charset-any) into utf-8 format... and based on a browser string, conditionally insert that filter. It's a straightforward (predictable) transform so that it retains any strong ETag, but it isn't the identity.

Re: cvs commit: httpd-2.0/modules/experimental mod_charset_lite.c

2003-12-16 Thread William A. Rowe, Jr.
At 03:57 PM 12/15/2003, Bill Stoddard wrote: [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: martin 2003/12/15 06:24:31 Revision ChangesPath 1.67 +70 -0 httpd-2.0/modules/experimental/mod_charset_lite.c +#if #system(bs2000) This syntax causes a compile failure on Windows. Of course - it is

UseCanonicalName Off *surprise*

2003-12-19 Thread William A. Rowe, Jr.
In both Apache 1.3 and 2.0 the UseCanonicalName doesn't work quite as it's documented. The question would be, do we fix it or document it... When requesting a document that results in a redirection (directory not decorated by a trailing backslash, etc) the redirected server name doesn't actually

Re: UseCanonicalName Off *surprise*

2003-12-19 Thread William A. Rowe, Jr.
At 11:16 AM 12/19/2003, Tony Finch wrote: On Fri, Dec 19, 2003 at 10:04:15AM -0600, William A. Rowe, Jr. wrote: UseCanonicalName Off, Host: header provided (HTTP/1.1) The host name header *excluding the host header port suffix * of the request is concatenated to httpd 1.3's Port

Re: why open_logs/post_config hooks are run only for the main server?

2003-12-21 Thread William A. Rowe, Jr.
At 03:36 AM 12/21/2003, Stas Bekman wrote: We have users who want to run different post_config hooks for different vhosts. Any chance httpd-2.0 can be changed to run the open_logs/post_config (or at least post_config) hooks for each vhost as well? Any reason for not doing that in first place?

Re: why open_logs/post_config hooks are run only for the main server?

2003-12-22 Thread William A. Rowe, Jr.
Only question below is should this hook always run before or after the post config hook? My gut says after post config. At 11:19 AM 12/22/2003, Geoff wrote: I had some spare time and thought I could help with the grunt work - my try at a patch attached. +for (s = server_conf; s; s =

Re: why open_logs/post_config hooks are run only for the main server?

2003-12-22 Thread William A. Rowe, Jr.
At 04:47 PM 12/22/2003, Stas Bekman wrote: I'm not sure this is a good idea to run it on the main host. If it was we could just as well run post_config for each vhost as well. No, you missed my earlier point. post_config is a run-once. host_init is the run-each you requested. The problem is

Copyrights

2004-01-03 Thread William A. Rowe, Jr.
At 06:32 AM 1/2/2004, you wrote: [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: update license to 2004. Why? Unless the file changes in 2004, the copyright doesn't. And, in any case, the earliest date applies, so it gets us nowhere. In fairness this has been Roy's practice, so let's not beat on Andre. Roy's logic

Re: FNM_PERIOD, etc...

2004-01-13 Thread William A. Rowe, Jr.
At 02:31 PM 1/8/2004, Jim Jagielski wrote: We're being sloppy with these... Shouldn't all FNM_* in httpd be using the APR versions? Just grepping for FNM_PERIOD... I would think so ... patch on :) ./modules/generators/mod_autoindex.c: FNM_NOESCAPE | FNM_PERIOD)

Re: what about 2.1.0 ?????

2004-01-13 Thread William A. Rowe, Jr.
Günter, Just so that everyone is on the same page, 2.1.0 will be an -alpha. If and when we think we are about done with post 2.0 development, we will finally release a 2.1.x-beta. That will become the codebase (after an iteration or few) of the Apache 2.2 release. We are moving twords the

Re: FD_SETSIZE comparison

2004-01-13 Thread William A. Rowe, Jr.
Perhaps this is none of Apache's business, but should be a very specific result from the various apr_poll setup functions that invoke select()? Bill At 08:53 AM 1/6/2004, Brian Akins wrote: Call me stupid, put why in various places does Apache do things like this: if (csd = FD_SETSIZE) {

Re: a dll section

2004-01-13 Thread William A. Rowe, Jr.
??? Well, I think you are asking a docs question so I'm forwarding there. But this is nothing more than adding an appropriate LoadModule command, so it is likely documented there. Actually causing a loaded module (so, sl, dll or dylib) to actually do anything productive would be the

Re: [Bug?] cvs commit: httpd-2.0/server core.c

2004-01-13 Thread William A. Rowe, Jr.
Woha... At 11:50 AM 1/8/2004, [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: bnicholes2004/01/08 09:50:03 Modified:server core.c Log: If large file support is enabled allow the file to be split into AP_MAX_SENDFILE sized buckets. Otherwise Apache will be unable to send files larger than 2 gig due

Re: what about 2.1.0 ?????

2004-01-13 Thread William A. Rowe, Jr.
At 04:51 PM 1/13/2004, Günter Knauf wrote: do you still expect massive changes with APR 1.0 ? I have the sense that folks want to see: * platform neutral apr_poll() that works on apr_file_t's as well, since so many daemons and other applications will require this. Non trivial - but we may

Re: [Bug?] cvs commit: httpd-2.0/server core.c

2004-01-13 Thread William A. Rowe, Jr.
At 07:05 PM 1/13/2004, Brad Nicholes wrote: I don't think so because the split into multiple bucket code was only enabled if both large_file and send_file was enabled. Which meant that on a non-large_file build the check for ENABLE_SENDFILE_OFF wasn't there anyway. If they have large_file

Re: httpd-2.1 segfaults at startup

2004-01-13 Thread William A. Rowe, Jr.
Someone remarked to me yesterday that their out-of-box 2.0.48 tarball would not build under SuSe... I noticed a brand new change to the libdl detection logic that drops -ldl from the linkage list on unix. Would you please check that the generated LDFLAGS did or did not include the -ldl argument

Re: cvs commit: httpd-2.0/modules/filters mod_deflate.dsp

2004-02-03 Thread William A. Rowe, Jr.
Quick appologies that I hadn't followed up, my 'play' box which handles my list mail had a nifty hard drive failure that took me offline for the rest of the month :) We need a method to determine the library is available and 'enable' the module when this is so. There are some other side effects

Re: cvs commit: httpd-2.0/server core.c

2004-02-03 Thread William A. Rowe, Jr.
Uhmmm, this isn't an MMN bump :) If you were adding this new structure *type* as a member of another structure (say as the last member of the conn_rec) and the structure grew (in such a way that folks could be blindly oblivious to the fact that conn_rec just got a bit bigger), that's an MMN bump.

Re: [2.0.48] ap_log_error slow on win32

2004-02-03 Thread William A. Rowe, Jr.
Stas, we attempt to lock all writes to a file whenever we have a file opened for append, as unix has this behavior naturally while Win32 does not. I'd focus on the speed of obtaining that lock. I'd noticed similar before, myself, and 1/2 suspect that the lock is also flushing the file from

Re: page out of date

2004-02-03 Thread William A. Rowe, Jr.
At 11:32 AM 1/26/2004, Aryeh Katz wrote: http://apache.get-software.com/httpd/binaries/win32/README.html doesn't have the correct version numbers. I see this is fix is committed already, thank you for the observation. As an aside, would it make more sense to use SSI, and get the version number

FileSystem v.s. Other Resources [was configurable Location?]

2004-02-04 Thread William A. Rowe, Jr.
At 03:39 PM 2/4/2004, [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: But then if I play devil's advocate, someone could see the new directive and turn it on when it's not appropriate and cause Bad Things to happen. Mainly I'm looking for comments on whether this should be configurable or not. Yes, I'm one who will

Re: adding output filters in quickhandler

2004-02-04 Thread William A. Rowe, Jr.
Quick handlers are not for filtering content. Quick handlers assume all responsibility for the request, e.g. proxy content servers. In fact this particular hook was debated for quite a while (with some believing it was inherently a bad thing.) I don't believe that redirects have the opportunity

Re: [SECURITY-PATCH] cygwin: Apache 1.3.29 and below directory traversal vulnerability

2004-02-04 Thread William A. Rowe, Jr.
At 05:45 PM 2/4/2004, Roy T. Fielding wrote: -1. Reject the request with a 400 error instead. ++1 to Roy's suggestion. I believe that Win32 may accept the back slash (with the changes proposed for the cygwin port.) However ... here's the trick ... the cygwin httpd port is emulating Unix, so it

Re: Capabilities to provide UDP (not TCP) services with Apache

2004-02-04 Thread William A. Rowe, Jr.
I'm totally confused now :) Do you want Apache to handle the UDP request as an HTTP request? Or do you want a UDP port that does something else? First if you want a pool of UDP listeners, explore the MPM - it's the MPM's job to dispatch requests from TCP, so it would make sense to build upon

Re: FileSystem v.s. Other Resources [was configurable Location?]

2004-02-05 Thread William A. Rowe, Jr.
At 10:43 AM 2/5/2004, Greg Marr wrote: At 10:22 AM 2/5/2004, [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Thanks for the feedback, Will. William A. Rowe, Jr. wrote: At 03:39 PM 2/4/2004, [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: But then if I play devil's advocate, someone could see the new directive and turn it on when it's

Re: FileSystem v.s. Other Resources [was configurable Location?]

2004-02-05 Thread William A. Rowe, Jr.
At 09:22 AM 2/5/2004, [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Effect/Issue 1: Bypassing the filesystem canonicalization would be very bad on certain platforms such as windows, depending on case sensitivity, etc. It would also bypass *user configured* options such as avoiding symlinks. only for Location If

Re: FileSystem v.s. Other Resources [was configurable Location?]

2004-02-05 Thread William A. Rowe, Jr.
At 12:17 PM 2/5/2004, Joshua Slive wrote: I do, however, agree that doing a directory-walk on virtual resources is not nice. But my opinion is that virtualness is a property of the resource, and hence should be designated when selecting the resource. That is why I suggested changing

Re: FileSystem v.s. Other Resources [was configurable Location?]

2004-02-06 Thread William A. Rowe, Jr.
At 09:47 AM 2/6/2004, [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: William A. Rowe, Jr. wrote: At 12:17 PM 2/5/2004, Joshua Slive wrote: I do, however, agree that doing a directory-walk on virtual resources is not nice. But my opinion is that virtualness is a property of the resource, and hence should be designated

Re: frustrating build experience *nix/windows

2004-02-06 Thread William A. Rowe, Jr.
At 09:44 AM 2/6/2004, Aryeh Katz wrote: In the 1.3 environment I was able to use the --shadow configure option to use the same source tree for multiple os's. This was quite valuable, as one source code change was needed for all platforms. However, the --shadow option is gone in 2.0.

Re: frustrating build experience *nix/windows

2004-02-06 Thread William A. Rowe, Jr.
If I grok what you are asking it would be nice if win32, too, would support VPATH builds with a --srcdir like argument - and throw it's generated files in another directory tree. Did I get the point? This seems doable. Bill At 12:44 PM 2/6/2004, you wrote: William A. Rowe, Jr. wrote

Re: FileSystem v.s. Other Resources [was configurable Location?]

2004-02-07 Thread William A. Rowe, Jr.
At 04:34 PM 2/6/2004, [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Joshua Slive wrote: I do, however, agree that doing a directory-walk on virtual resources is not nice. But my opinion is that virtualness is a property of the resource, and hence should be designated when selecting the resource. That is why I

Re: FileSystem v.s. Other Resources [was configurable Location?]

2004-02-09 Thread William A. Rowe, Jr.
to that fix in 2.0 - I'd like to force the hand on that issue in 2.2. Unsetting the r-filename would become unnecessary in this trivial example. Bill At 08:08 AM 2/9/2004, Brian Akins wrote: William A. Rowe, Jr. wrote: At 04:34 PM 2/6/2004, [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: /* this info-handler

Re: frustrating build experience *nix/windows

2004-02-09 Thread William A. Rowe, Jr.
At 07:43 AM 2/9/2004, you wrote: William A. Rowe, Jr. wrote: If I grok what you are asking it would be nice if win32, too, would support VPATH builds with a --srcdir like argument - and throw it's generated files in another directory tree. Did I get the point? This seems doable

Re: FileSystem v.s. Other Resources [was configurable Location?]

2004-02-09 Thread William A. Rowe, Jr.
At 01:37 PM 2/9/2004, André Malo wrote: * William A. Rowe, Jr. [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: You hit the nail on the head - Alias (and mod_rewrite) cause us the greatest grief in fixing this set of issues. *IF* they all are parsed in the translate name phase we are fine, since map_to_storage

Re: [PATCH] configurable Location block speed up

2004-02-09 Thread William A. Rowe, Jr.
At 03:08 PM 2/9/2004, [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Ben Laurie wrote: [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: or Joshua's virtual keyword on Location , which I like better the more I think about it. ooops... s/Joshua/André/ but Joshua has excellent points about virtualness being a property of the handler. Yes,

Re: FileSystem v.s. Other Resources [was configurable Location?]

2004-02-09 Thread William A. Rowe, Jr.
At 02:11 PM 2/9/2004, [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: William A. Rowe, Jr. wrote: At 04:34 PM 2/6/2004, [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: Joshua Slive wrote: And perhaps I'm going way off in left field here, but why should this be user-configurable at all? Shouldn't the (for example) server-status handler know

Nomination, Sander Temme as httpd PMC member

2004-02-12 Thread William A. Rowe, Jr.
Sander has been a committer for over a year to httpd-test/mod_specweb99 with Greg Ames and Andre Malo. Has also been contributing observations and occasional patches to [EMAIL PROTECTED] about both specweb99 and perl-framework for at least as long, as well as less frequent but useful

Re: Nomination, Sander Temme as httpd PMC member

2004-02-12 Thread William A. Rowe, Jr.
Sorry folks, was responding to another post that belongs in pmc. We attempt to keep all code discussions open and transparent on dev@, and individuals on pmc@ - sorry especially to Sander for this mis-posted message. drink beverage=coffee size=24oz Bill At 12:45 PM 2/12/2004, William A. Rowe

Re: Adding support for SO_BINDTODEVICE

2004-02-12 Thread William A. Rowe, Jr.
At 12:50 AM 2/13/2004, Ben Greear wrote: Jeff Trawick wrote: Ben Greear wrote: I have need of a web-server which can bind to a particular device, both by binding to the local IP address and also using the setsockopt(... SO_BINDTODEVICE) call. Would there be any chance that such a patch would be

Re: [PATCH] SSL not sending close alert message

2004-02-23 Thread William A. Rowe, Jr.
At 04:07 PM 2/23/2004, Joe Orton wrote: On Mon, Feb 23, 2004 at 01:22:05PM -0800, Mathihalli, Madhusudan wrote: Hi, I started working on Justin's idea of creating a EOC bucket - to do a SSL shutdown before the socket close(). But since the ap_flush_conn is called just before

Re: [PATCH] Windows IPv6

2004-02-26 Thread William A. Rowe, Jr.
+1, but which warning does 4163 quiet? At 09:46 AM 2/26/2004, you wrote: Here's a patch to enable IPv6 on Windows XP 2003. In addition we'll need to change the setting of APR_HAVE_IPV6 in apr.hw - seems like we'll need some awk magic to do that. Note that enabling IPv6 drags in the need for the

Re: (97)Address family not supported by protocol causes disk ticking?

2004-02-26 Thread William A. Rowe, Jr.
At 03:40 PM 2/25/2004, Alexis Huxley wrote: [Mon Feb 16 23:35:33 2004] [warn] (97)Address family not supported by protocol: get socket to connect to listener the ticking is an unexpected hard flush when APR_APPEND causes win32 to file lock for write. Bill

Re: cvs commit: httpd-2.0 libhttpd.dsp

2004-03-04 Thread William A. Rowe, Jr.
At 09:55 AM 3/4/2004, Greg Marr wrote: /incremental:no is the default, and MSDev will at times remove flags that it finds redundant, even ones that it added itself. It's a bit schizophrenic like that. uh wrong. with /debug incremental yes is the default but you have to pound it into the

Re: cvs commit: httpd-2.0 libhttpd.dsp

2004-03-04 Thread William A. Rowe, Jr.
At 12:04 PM 3/4/2004, Greg Marr wrote: At 12:00 PM 3/4/2004, William A. Rowe, Jr. wrote: At 09:55 AM 3/4/2004, Greg Marr wrote: /incremental:no is the default, and MSDev will at times remove flags that it finds redundant, even ones that it added itself. It's a bit schizophrenic like

Re: win32 on VC++ 5.0

2004-03-05 Thread William A. Rowe, Jr.
At 09:23 AM 3/5/2004, Steve Hay wrote: Geoffrey Young wrote: I'm trying to get 2.0.48 to compile using VC++ 5.0 (sp1) on win2k (sp4) and am having a few issues. yeah, I know it's old, but I happen to have it around and it's all I have :) anyway, since I'm not a windows guy, some of this might be

Re: mod_ssl TLS/SSL upgrade...

2004-03-05 Thread William A. Rowe, Jr.
Brad I'm plus 1, especially if we can cause libwww to instigate this connection mode for httpd-test and prove that it behaves per the RFC convention. But I have a better proposal - let us simply move back the entire mod_ssl 2.1 back to 2.0. Only binary compat issues would need review. But too

Re: mod_ssl TLS/SSL upgrade...

2004-03-05 Thread William A. Rowe, Jr.
At 11:11 AM 3/5/2004, Brad Nicholes wrote: I would really like to get the TLS/SSL upgrade functionality into the 2.0.49 release. If Sander is wanting to start the relase on Monday, I would like to do whatever is easiest to get this patch in. -1 - too big a change too late in the cycle. +1 for

RE: mod_ssl TLS/SSL upgrade...

2004-03-05 Thread William A. Rowe, Jr.
At 11:19 AM 3/5/2004, Mathihalli, Madhusudan wrote: -Original Message- From: Justin Erenkrantz [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] [SNIP] --On Friday, March 5, 2004 12:20 AM -0600 William A. Rowe, Jr. [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: But I have a better proposal - let us simply move back the entire

Re: win32 on VC++ 5.0

2004-03-05 Thread William A. Rowe, Jr.
At 11:32 AM 3/5/2004, Steve Hay wrote: How do you build on the command line from the .dsp/.dsw's? The win_compiling.html document that Geoff referred to explains either using Makefile.win from the command-line (which presumably requires the .mak files), or else using the .dsp/.dsw files from

Re: cvs commit: httpd-2.0 libhttpd.dsp

2004-03-05 Thread William A. Rowe, Jr.
At 12:37 PM 3/5/2004, Allan Edwards wrote: Looks like MSDEV fooness to me. I changed nothing in the project except adding the eoc file but I can't coax MSDEV into including /incremental:no in the dsp even though it *is* there in the Link Project Options box. this is why I always add sources (in

Re: [PROPOSAL] Move httpd to the subversion repository

2004-03-14 Thread William A. Rowe, Jr.
At 03:12 PM 3/13/2004, Sander Striker wrote: On Sat, 2004-03-13 at 21:35, Jeff Trawick wrote: Sander Striker wrote: Hi, I hereby would like to propose that we move the HTTP Server project codebase to the Subversion repository at: http://svn.apache.org/repos/asf/. So when? Can

Fwd: apxs on Win32

2004-03-15 Thread William A. Rowe, Jr.
Something test-dev has kicked around that we should pick back up... Date: Tue, 29 Jul 2003 09:44:45 -0500 (CDT) From: Randy Kobes [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: [EMAIL PROTECTED] I've been looking at getting apxs for Win32 working on Apache 2. There's a number of changes needed due to the current

Re: 2.0.49 (rc2) tarballs available

2004-03-15 Thread William A. Rowe, Jr.
At 03:05 PM 3/15/2004, Sander Striker wrote: On Mon, 2004-03-15 at 22:02, André Malo wrote: * Sander Striker [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: There are 2.0.49-rc2 tarballs available at: Please inform us of any problems you encounter. Thanks, I'm going to backport the enableexceptionhook docs.

Re: [PROPOSAL] Move httpd to the subversion repository

2004-03-16 Thread William A. Rowe, Jr.
At 11:27 AM 3/16/2004, Ben Laurie wrote: Justin Erenkrantz wrote: --On Monday, March 15, 2004 10:52 AM + Ben Laurie [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: It is? How? Unless the committer signs (which ISTR was rejected as an option when I suggested it, so I'm assuming that doesn't happen), then they must

docs-2.0/misc/perf-tuning.html stale?

2004-03-18 Thread William A. Rowe, Jr.
All of the following seems stale... no? Compile-Time Configuration Issues Atomic Operations The --enable-nonportable-atomics option is relevant for the following platforms: Solaris on SPARC By default, APR uses mutex-based atomics on Solaris/SPARC. If you configure with

RE: 2.0.49 rolled

2004-03-18 Thread William A. Rowe, Jr.
Win32 dos line-ended/vc5 makefiles/apr-iconv flavor of the *sources* is now at http://httpd.apache.org/dev/dist/httpd-2.0.49-win32-src.zip Win32 builders please test. Binaries to follow. Bill At 06:39 AM 3/18/2004, Sander Striker wrote: I've put the 2.0.49 tarballs up at:

Re: 2.0.49 rolled

2004-03-18 Thread William A. Rowe, Jr.
At 06:16 PM 3/18/2004, Juanma Barranquero wrote: On Fri, 19 Mar 2004 00:01:23 +0100, Sascha Kersken [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: It builds and runs fine on Win2K using Visual Studio .NET 2002. lurking mode=off I've built 2.0.49: - on Windows XP Professional (Spanish Edition) - with Visual

RE: 2.0.49 rolled - win32 binaries online

2004-03-19 Thread William A. Rowe, Jr.
At 01:42 PM 3/18/2004, William A. Rowe, Jr. wrote: Win32 dos line-ended/vc5 makefiles/apr-iconv flavor of the *sources* is now at http://httpd.apache.org/dev/dist/httpd-2.0.49-win32-src.zip Win32 builders please test. Binaries to follow. are now up on http://www.apache.org/dist/httpd/binaries

Re: AddCharset filename extensions (again)

2004-03-19 Thread William A. Rowe, Jr.
Representing a huge palette of code pages - I'd recommend our docs folk consider this and comment or commit. Bill At 10:59 AM 3/19/2004, Zvi Har'El wrote: Dear Apache developers, I sent the following three months ago, but since I got no response, and now 2.0.49 has been rolled without the

Re: AddCharset filename extensions (again)

2004-03-19 Thread William A. Rowe, Jr.
At 12:06 PM 3/19/2004, André Malo wrote: * Joshua Slive [EMAIL PROTECTED] wrote: +1 for 2.1 and +1 form leaving 2.0 and 1.3 alone as they are (backwards compat etc). If they are out of spec, fix 2.0 / 1.3 also. The risk to .conf files are changes in httpd that *force* the user to update their

Re: SEGV in allocator_free

2004-03-19 Thread William A. Rowe, Jr.
How is this apr? seems you have a pool scope bug causing a double-clear? Bill At 12:08 PM 3/19/2004, Mathihalli, Madhusudan wrote: Hi, I am trying to test a SSL Proxy server using sslswamp, and I'm running into the following segmentation fault ! There appears to be some missing error

RE: SEGV in allocator_free

2004-03-19 Thread William A. Rowe, Jr.
At 01:30 PM 3/19/2004, Mathihalli, Madhusudan wrote: -Original Message- From: Sander Striker [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] [SNIP] allocator = 0x0, that's bad. You didn't do a full httpd rebuild, so there is no way of telling what pool this is. Can you do a full rebuild (with pool debugging

RE: SEGV in allocator_free

2004-03-20 Thread William A. Rowe, Jr.
At 07:47 PM 3/19/2004, Mathihalli, Madhusudan wrote: -Original Message- From: William A. Rowe, Jr. [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] At 01:30 PM 3/19/2004, Mathihalli, Madhusudan wrote: -Original Message- From: Sander Striker [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] [SNIP] allocator = 0x0, that's bad

Re: Win32DisableAcceptex

2004-03-22 Thread William A. Rowe, Jr.
At 08:42 AM 3/22/2004, Bill Stoddard wrote: Shouldn't it instead be Win32DisableAcceptex on|off To be more consistent with EnableSendFile on|off, et. al? Hadn't considered that but it makes sense. or easier to parse and consistant w/ mmap/sendfile; EnableWin32AcceptEx on|off [default: on if

Re: cvs commit: apache-1.3/src/os/win32 mod_rewrite.dsp

2004-03-22 Thread William A. Rowe, Jr.
stoddard2004/03/22 10:51:29 --- mod_rewrite.dsp 23 May 2003 02:47:50 - 1.21 +++ mod_rewrite.dsp 22 Mar 2004 18:51:29 - 1.22 -# ADD LINK32 kernel32.lib /nologo /subsystem:windows /dll /incremental:no /debug /machine:I386 /out:Release/mod_rewrite.so

Re: [PATCH]: emulate_sendfile fix [WAS]: File buckets v. core_output_filter

2004-03-22 Thread William A. Rowe, Jr.
At 03:42 PM 3/22/2004, Bojan Smojver wrote: You are correct, it is probably an expensive operation. The other way would be to know the position within a file and compare it to the one that we should go to. If they are the same, do nothing. I smell future bugs brewing - remember the handle may be

Re: apr_pool_cleanup_register question..

2004-03-29 Thread William A. Rowe, Jr.
At 10:15 AM 3/27/2004, Esteban Pizzini wrote: Hi, I have add this to post_config handler: apr_pool_cleanup_register(p, NULL, module_clean_up, apr_pool_cleanup_null); because I want to know when Apache is shutting down to do some things in my module... It works ok when apache shutdown, but

RE: Win32DisableAcceptex

2004-03-29 Thread William A. Rowe, Jr.
At 05:10 AM 3/29/2004, Tikka, Sami wrote: -Original Message- From: Bill Stoddard [mailto:[EMAIL PROTECTED] Please double check then check again. This sounds a lot like a dynamic ip address issue. The machine is using static IP address but the DHCP service was also running. I disabled

Re: mod_log_forensic?

2004-03-29 Thread William A. Rowe, Jr.
At 06:49 AM 3/29/2004, Jeff Trawick wrote: Ben Laurie wrote: Jeff Trawick wrote: solution 4: add some suitable API to APR 0.9 and implement on all platforms Surely not returning the value from the inc is broken anyway? And a harmless change even if you don't consider it broken? a) agreed Let

OT: FULL INSTALL OF APACHE

2004-04-05 Thread William A. Rowe, Jr.
At 04:10 PM 4/5/2004, dumass wrote: hello. the reason i posted it under that abnoxious title was to be able to see any replies easily. i want to install apache in my Windows 1998 machine. i just waant it for production runs of scripts so that i don't have to ftp them to my site just to see

Re: Internal redirect from an output filter (Apache2.x)

2004-04-07 Thread William A. Rowe, Jr.
Sumeet Singh wrote: I was wondering if invoking an internal-redirect from within an output filter is legal. I need to do that from my output filter but want to make sure that it conforms to apache2.0 API before I go ahead and design/code it. I presume this is not safe, but is tolerated by

Re: Performance of TransmitFile on Windows Servers with 2.0.49

2004-04-12 Thread William A. Rowe, Jr.
At 12:50 PM 4/12/2004, Philip Gladstone wrote: Bill, That patch works when the server is running on XP SP 1. It doesn't help when the server is NT4 SP6. I suspect that the TF_WRITE_BEHIND flag is not supported on that platform. When the server is XP, the data rate jumps up to 11MBytes/sec on a

Re: Any 1.3.30 tarball feeback??

2004-04-12 Thread William A. Rowe, Jr.
At 12:33 PM 4/12/2004, Jim Jagielski wrote: Any comments on the 1.3.30 release candidate tarball? The mod_rewrite.dsw was patched to find the ws2_32.lib required when we modified rewrite. Unfortunately, the .mak file was not updated at the same time. IDE builds (what I tested a week ago) work

Re: [PATCH] Candidate 1: Re: 1.3.3x digest/nonce issue

2004-04-14 Thread William A. Rowe, Jr.
++1 - if we can correct that directive's name on the way in. Bill At 04:09 PM 4/14/2004, you wrote: I'd like to propose that I simply commit the revised patch to CVS for us to poke around with/test/review, etc... My guess is that we'll ship with something similar and this will provide, at

Fwd: Re: 1.3.29 remote root exploit? (fwd)

2004-04-16 Thread William A. Rowe, Jr.
, William A. Rowe, Jr. wrote: Date: Thu, 15 Apr 2004 10:17:26 -0400 From: felix k sheng [EMAIL PROTECTED] To: [EMAIL PROTECTED] Subject: 1.3.29 remote root exploit? Hello, I run several sites using 1.3.29 and came across this page on the net: http://secu.zzu.edu.cn/modules.php?name=Newsfile

Local root exploits? [was: remote root exploit?]

2004-04-16 Thread William A. Rowe, Jr.
A general warning for all [EMAIL PROTECTED] and [EMAIL PROTECTED] subscribers; I run several sites using 1.3.29 and came across this page on the net: http://secu.zzu.edu.cn/modules.php?name=Newsfile=articlesid=413 I want to make clear (after misdirecting the last mail intended to close a

Re: Request for feedback - UseCanonicalPort

2004-05-11 Thread William A. Rowe, Jr.
Jim, would you post a chart of the now-three proposed behaviors, with the various effects broken out? It would help us all understand why we need a third way. Bill At 02:53 PM 5/11/2004, you wrote: IMO, we need more control over the port number that Apache determines to be canonical beyond that

Re: Apache config

2004-04-30 Thread William A. Rowe, Jr.
At 08:21 PM 4/29/2004, C.J. Collier wrote: This project made me think that perhaps Apache should be able to read/write config files that aren't so difficult to parse. :) Many of us agree... Of course, the first example of an easy-to-parse config file format was XML. But I realize that this

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