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WEB & APPLICATION SERVER 1
Apache as Web server

Setup:
The Web server is meant for keeping Websites. There are three ways a Website can be stored. They are:
1) default directory hosting
2) virtual directory hosting
3) virtual domain hosting
We have to first configure the DNS. Then configure the following file (redhat 6.2) /etc/httpd/conf/httpd.conf If we use Apache as a Web server whether on Windows platform or Linux, the main file which is used is called /etc/httpd/conf/httpd.conf

Setting Up Your Own Web Server

Having your own Web server goes beyond the need to put your business' information out on the Internet for all to see. While that certainly won't hurt, there are many more ways you can take advantage of such a server.

Whether you are running a department within a large corporation, or your own small business, having access to an HTTP server can quickly improve the way your employees share knowledge.

Overview of new features in Apache 2.0
Unix Threading
On Unix systems with POSIX threads support, Apache can now run in a hybrid multiprocess, multithreaded mode. This improves scalability for many, but not all configurations.
New Build System
The build system has been rewritten from scratch to be based on autoconf and libtool. This makes Apache's configuration system more similar to that of other packages.
Multiprotocol Support
Apache now has some of the infrastructure in place to support serving multiple protocols. mod_echo has been written as an example.
Installing Apache 2 in Debian 3.1 (Sarge) with PHP5 support

By Default apache2 package you will be given the package apache2-mpm-worker, other packages are available:

apache2-mpm-worker

The worker MPM provides a threaded implementation for Apache2. It is considerably faster than the traditional model, and is the recommended MPM.

apache2-mpm-prefork

This Multi-Processing Module (MPM) implements a non-threaded, pre-forking web server that handles requests in a manner similar to Apache 1.3. It is appropriate for sites that need to avoid threading for compatibility with non-thread-safe libraries.

Linux Internet Web Server and Domain Configuration Tutorial
This tutorial covers the Linux server configuration necessary to create a web site. The Apache web server, xinetd/FTP server and DNS configuration are covered. The Apache web server is required to serve the web pages, the xinetd/FTP server is required for users to upload pages and the DNS server is required to resolve the domain names so that a URL entered into a web browser will point to your web server and properly serve the correct pages. The configurations presented will include virtual hosting which will allow a single Linux server to support multiple users and multiple domains.
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