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Kyle D. Harris
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apache

In RH 9.0, what directory is the default apache version put into? Also is any type of oracle installed? Thanks

Kyle
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John Poff
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Re: apache

Hi,

My RH9 box has Apache 2.0.40-21 installed. Do this:

rpm -qf httpd

to see all the files with the httpd package.

Oracle does not come with RH9. You'll have to get it and load it separately.

JP
Steven E. Protter
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Re: apache

Apache is an open source web server that is freely downloadable to anyone.

Oracle builds an apache web server into recent database releases. The function of this additional server, besides consuming resources is to have a web based method of monitoring the database and perhaps integrating OEM, Oracle Enterprise Manager into the mix.

Oracle is available at http://otn.oracle.com for non production use. It includes this modififed version of Apache.

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Stuart Browne
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Re: apache

By default, Apache gets installed into 3-4 locations on RH9.

'rpm -ql httpd' is the command John Poff was thinking of I beleive, and will list files in these structures:

/etc/httpd/
/var/www/
/usr/lib/httpd/

It also throws a few binaries, man pages, libraries and documentation around, but those are the core directories.

The 'root' directory for the website by default is '/var/www/html/'.
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