Apache Posts

Website and MySQL Developer Resume - Orlando, Fl
Mar 18, 2013
A resume of my skills and accomplishments.
How to fix a 404 File Not Found causing a 302 redirect
Apr 19, 2010
A few weeks ago, one of our consultants told us that when a file not found was issued on our servers, it was reporting a 302 redirect. To test it, I entered a bogus page for our website in the browserhttp://www.mysite.com/bogus.cfmLooking at the Apache access log, I was quickly able to find the line reporting this. grep bogus.cfm virtual_log192.168.0.x - - [19/Apr/2010:10:05:25 -0400] "GET /bogus.cfm HTTP/1.1" 302 316 "-" "Mozilla/5.0 (Windows; U; Windows NT 5.1; en-US; rv: Gecko/20100401...
Removing Passphrase from SSL key
Oct 31, 2006
To remove a passphrase from an SSL Key, run the following command:openssl rsa -in source.key -out target.keyit will prompt you to enter the passphrase, in order to remove it.Once this is done, you won't have to enter the passphrase each time you restart Apache. Just make sure your ssl key's and certificates are only readable by root or whatever user Apache is running as.