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Sat Jul 24 17:35:37 2004 UTC (17 years, 4 months ago) by nmav
Branch: MAIN
CVS Tags: hydra_0_1_6_without_hic, hydra_0_1_7, hydra_0_1_6
Changes since 1.21: +4 -4 lines
* Some changes to support the new PHP REQUEST_STATUS environment
  variable.
* Some fixes for gnutls.

1 # Hydra v0.0.2 configuration file
2 # File format has is similar but no identical to the format of Boa v0.94
3 # version changes are noted in the comments
4 #
5 # The Hydra configuration file is parsed with a lex/yacc or flex/bison
6 # generated parser. If it reports an error, the line number will be
7 # provided; it should be easy to spot. The syntax of each of these
8 # rules is very simple, and they can occur in any order. Where possible
9 # these directives mimic those of NCSA httpd 1.3; I saw no reason to
10 # introduce gratuitous differences.
11
12 # $Id: hydra.conf,v 1.21 2003/01/22 07:51:49 nmav Exp $
13
14 # ServerRoot: The directory the .html (and related) files are placed.
15 ServerRoot /var/www
16
17 # number of threads to spawn
18 # One thread might be ok for a single CPU system, but in some systems,
19 # performance may be increased by using a pool of 4-5 threads.
20 Threads 4
21
22 # Maximum number of concurent connections. If connections arrive after
23 # the given limit has been reached, then they will not be served, until
24 # some established connections close. If you do not set it, or set it to
25 # 0, then the default behaviour takes effect, which is to try to serve
26 # as much connections as possible (depends on system limits).
27 #MaxConnections 0
28 #MaxSSLConnections 0
29
30 # Port: The port Hydra runs on. The default port for http servers is 80.
31 # If it is less than 1024, the server must be started as root.
32
33 Port 80
34
35 # Listen: the Internet address to bind(2) to. If you leave it out,
36 # it takes the behavior before 0.93.17.2, which is to bind to all
37 # addresses (INADDR_ANY). You only get one "Listen" directive,
38 # if you want service on multiple IP addresses, you have three choices:
39 # 1. Run hydra without a "Listen" directive
40 # a. All addresses are treated the same; makes sense if the addresses
41 # are localhost, ppp, and eth0.
42 # b. Use the VirtualHost directive below to point requests to different
43 # files. Should be good for a very large number of addresses (web
44 # hosting clients).
45 # 2. Run one copy of hydra per IP address, each has its own configuration
46 # with a "Listen" directive. No big deal up to a few tens of addresses.
47 # Nice separation between clients.
48 # The name you provide gets run through inet_aton(3), so you have to use dotted
49 # quad notation. This configuration is too important to trust some DNS.
50
51 #Listen 192.68.0.5
52
53 # User: The name or UID the server should run as.
54 # Group: The group name or GID the server should run as.
55
56 User nobody
57 Group nogroup
58
59 # ServerAdmin: The email address where server problems should be sent.
60 # Note: this is not currently used, except as an environment variable
61 # for CGIs.
62
63 #ServerAdmin root@localhost
64
65 # PidFile: where to put the pid of the process.
66 # Comment out to write no pid file.
67 # Note: Because Boa drops priviledges at startup, and the
68 # pid file is written by the UID/GID before doing so, Boa
69 # does not attempt removal of the pid file.
70 # PidFile /var/run/hydra.pid
71
72 # ErrorLog: The location of the error log file. If this does not start
73 # with /, it is considered relative to the server root.
74 # Set to /dev/null if you don't want errors logged.
75 # If unset, defaults to /dev/stderr
76
77 ErrorLog /var/log/hydra/error_log
78 # Please NOTE: Sending the logs to a pipe ('|'), as shown below,
79 # is somewhat experimental and might fail under heavy load.
80 # "Usual libc implementations of printf will stall the whole
81 # process if the receiving end of a pipe stops reading."
82 #ErrorLog "|/usr/sbin/cronolog --symlink=/var/log/hydra/error_log /var/log/hydra/error-%Y%m%d.log"
83
84 # AccessLog: The location of the access log file. If this does not
85 # start with /, it is considered relative to the server root.
86 # Comment out or set to /dev/null (less effective) to disable
87 # Access logging.
88
89 AccessLog /var/log/hydra/access_log
90 # Please NOTE: Sending the logs to a pipe ('|'), as shown below,
91 # is somewhat experimental and might fail under heavy load.
92 # "Usual libc implementations of printf will stall the whole
93 # process if the receiving end of a pipe stops reading."
94 #AccessLog "|/usr/sbin/cronolog --symlink=/var/log/hydra/access_log /var/log/hydra/access-%Y%m%d.log"
95
96 # CGILog /var/log/hydra/cgi_log
97 # CGILog: The location of the CGI stderr log file. If this does not
98 # start with /, it is considered relative to the server root.
99 # The log file would contain any contents send to /dev/stderr
100 # by the CGI. If this is commented out, it defaults to whatever
101 # ErrorLog points. Set to /dev/null to disable CGI stderr logging.
102 # Please NOTE: Sending the logs to a pipe ('|'), as shown below,
103 # is somewhat experimental and might fail under heavy load.
104 # "Usual libc implementations of printf will stall the whole
105 # process if the receiving end of a pipe stops reading."
106 #CGILog "|/usr/sbin/cronolog --symlink=/var/log/hydra/cgi_log /var/log/hydra/cgi-%Y%m%d.log"
107
108 # CGIumask 027 (no mask for user, read-only for group, and nothing for user)
109 # CGIumask 027
110 # The CGIumask is set immediately before execution of the CGI.
111
112 # UseLocaltime: Logical switch. Uncomment to use localtime
113 # instead of UTC time
114 #UseLocaltime
115
116 # VerboseCGILogs: this is just a logical switch.
117 # It simply notes the start and stop times of cgis in the error log
118 # Comment out to disable.
119
120 #VerboseCGILogs
121
122 # ServerName: the name of this server that should be sent back to
123 # clients if different than that returned by gethostname + gethostbyname
124
125 #ServerName www.your.org.here
126
127 # VirtualHost: Setup any virtual hosts (host based)
128 # Comment out to disable.
129 # It needs to specify the HostName, the IP (use '*' if all),
130 # the DocumentRoot and the UserDir (if any).
131 # UserDir is the name of the directory which is appended onto a user's home
132 # directory if a ~user request is received.
133 #
134 # Example:
135 # VirtualHost www.dot.com * /var/www public_html
136 # VirtualHost www.dot.com 127.0.0.1 /var/www ""
137 #
138
139 #VirtualHost www.dot.com * /var/www ""
140
141 # DocumentRoot: The root directory of the HTML documents.
142 # Comment out to disable server non user files.
143 #
144 # Note that if VirtualHost is enabled, this will be the fallback
145 # for the clients that did not supply any host.
146
147 DocumentRoot /var/www
148
149 # DirectoryIndex: Name of the file to use as a pre-written HTML
150 # directory index. Please MAKE AND USE THESE FILES. On the
151 # fly creation of directory indexes can be _slow_.
152 # You can use more than one directory index by adding this
153 # directive several times.
154 # Comment out to always use DirectoryMaker
155
156 DirectoryIndex index.html
157
158 # DirectoryMaker: Name of program used to create a directory listing.
159 # Comment out to disable directory listings. If both this and
160 # DirectoryIndex are commented out, accessing a directory will give
161 # an error (though accessing files in the directory are still ok).
162
163 DirectoryMaker /usr/lib/hydra/boa_indexer
164
165 # DirectoryCache: If DirectoryIndex doesn't exist, and DirectoryMaker
166 # has been commented out, the the on-the-fly indexing of Hydra can be used
167 # to generate indexes of directories. Be warned that the output is
168 # extremely minimal and can cause delays when slow disks are used.
169 # Note: The DirectoryCache must be writable by the same user/group that
170 # Hydra runs as.
171
172 # DirectoryCache /var/spool/hydra/dircache
173
174 # MaxFilesCache: Number of files to keep in file cache memory
175 # Set to 0 to disable file caching.
176
177 MaxFilesCache 256
178
179 # MaxFileSizeCache: The maximum size that a file should have in order to
180 # be added to the file cache.
181 # Comment out, to use the default value.
182
183 MaxFileSizeCache 131072
184
185 # KeepAliveMax: Number of KeepAlive requests to allow per connection
186 # Comment out, or set to 0 to disable keepalive processing
187
188 KeepAliveMax 1000
189
190 # KeepAliveTimeout: seconds to wait before keepalive connection times out
191
192 KeepAliveTimeout 10
193
194 # MimeTypes: This is the file that is used to generate mime type pairs
195 # and Content-Type fields for hydra.
196 # Set to /dev/null if you do not want to load a mime types file.
197 # Do *not* comment out (better use AddType!)
198
199 MimeTypes /etc/mime.types
200
201 # DefaultType: MIME type used if the file extension is unknown, or there
202 # is no file extension.
203
204 DefaultType text/plain
205
206 # DefaultCharset: The default character set used in text MIME types.
207
208 DefaultCharset ISO-8859-1
209
210 # CGIPath: The value of the $PATH environment variable given to CGI progs.
211
212 CGIPath /bin:/usr/bin:/usr/local/bin
213
214 # SinglePostLimit: The maximum allowable number of bytes in
215 # a single POST. Default is normally 1MB.
216
217 # AddType: adds types without editing mime.types
218 # Example: AddType type extension [extension ...]
219
220 # Uncomment the next line if you want .cgi files to execute from anywhere
221 #AddType application/x-httpd-cgi cgi
222
223
224 # Uncomment the following lines if you want .php files to execute from
225 # anywhere, using the HIC (internally handled CGI). This is much faster
226 # than CGIs, since it is handled internally by the server (no fork).
227
228 # Use this if you have enabled HIC support, and you have compiled
229 # PHP as a Hydra (HIC) module.
230 #HICModule /usr/lib/libphp4.so "_php" "application/x-httpd-php"
231
232
233 # Use this if you want CGIs to execute from anywhere, using the CGIAction.
234 # This will not try to execute the given scripts, but will associate the
235 # content type with the given executable.
236 #CGIAction "/usr/bin/php4" "application/x-httpd-php"
237
238
239 # You may also need these:
240 #AddType application/x-httpd-php php
241 #AddType application/x-httpd-php phtml
242
243 # number of HIC threads to spawn
244 # A HIC thread handles requests one after the other. Having several HIC threads
245 # increases performance in servers that serve a lot of dynamic content.
246 HICThreads 3
247
248 # Redirect, Alias, and ScriptAlias all have the same semantics -- they
249 # match the beginning of a request and take appropriate action. Use
250 # Redirect for other servers, Alias for the same server, and ScriptAlias
251 # to enable directories for script execution.
252
253 # The first argument of Redirect and friends is the virtual server hostname,
254 # and the directive only applies to the given virtual server. If the directive
255 # equals "" then the default server is assumed.
256
257 # Redirect allows you to tell clients about documents which used to exist in
258 # your server's namespace, but do not anymore. This allows you to tell the
259 # clients where to look for the relocated document.
260 # Example: Redirect www.ourhost.com /bar http://elsewhere/feh/bar
261
262 # Aliases: Aliases one path to another.
263 # Example: Alias www.ourhost.com /path1/bar /absolute/path2/foo
264
265 #Alias www.localhost.com /doc /usr/doc
266
267 # ScriptAlias: Maps a virtual path to a directory for serving scripts
268 # Example: ScriptAlias www.ourhost.com /htbin/ /www/htbin/
269
270 #ScriptAlias www.localhost.com /cgi-bin/ /usr/lib/cgi-bin/
271
272 # An interval, that hydra will be entered in maintenance mode. This
273 # includes an SSL parameter regeneration, and closing of unused
274 # open files. This does not involve any downtime. Set to 0 to disable.
275 MaintenanceInterval 172800 #two days
276
277 # Access Control lists per virtual host
278 # These two directives (Allow/Deny), allow you to specify file
279 # patterns that will be denied or allowed access. The first argument
280 # of these directives is a virtual host.
281
282 # deny all files that start with a dot in the default host
283 #Deny "" */.*
284
285 # deny all the files that finish with '.inc' in www.localhost.com virtual
286 # host, but allow access to the public.inc.
287 #Deny "www.localhost.com" */*.inc
288 #Allow "www.localhost.com" */public.inc
289
290 # non zero enables SSL support
291 # 0: no SSL support
292 # 1: only SSL support
293 # 2: both SSL and non SSL ports
294 SSL 0
295
296 # The port where the SSL server will listen on
297 SSLPort 4443
298
299 # read the certificate from
300 SSLCertificate cert.pem
301
302 # read the private key from
303 SSLKey key.pem
304
305 # read the trusted CA list from
306 SSLCAList ca.pem
307
308 # Whether to verify client. Use 0, or comment out to disable.
309 # 1 means request a certificate, and verify if a certificate is sent.
310 # 2 means require a certificate and verify.
311 # 3 means request a certificate and try to verify. Do not fail if the verification
312 # function failed. This is may be useful in CGIs that want to print some error message.
313 SSLVerifyClient 3
314
315 # Number of sessions to cache. This is to support session resuming.
316 # Set to 0 to disable.
317 SSLSessionCache 40
318
319 # After this time (in seconds) has passed, the stored SSL sessions
320 # will be expired, and will not be resumed.
321 SSLSessionTimeout 3600 #one hour
322
323 # Set the prime bits used in Diffie Hellman authentication. The parameters
324 # are only generated if the DHE ciphersuites are enabled.
325 # Value should be one of 768, 1024, 2048, 4096
326 SSLDHBits 768
327
328
329 # A comma separated list of the SSL ciphers. Valid selections are:
330 # ARCFOUR-128, ARCFOUR-40, 3DES, AES
331 # Note that ARCFOUR-40 is a weak algorithm.
332 SSLCiphers "AES, 3DES, ARCFOUR-128, ARCFOUR-40"
333
334 # A comma separated list of the SSL key exchange methods. Valid selections
335 # are: RSA, DHE-RSA, DHE-DSS, RSA-EXPORT
336 # DHE-DSS can only be used with certificates that hold DSA parameters.
337 # Note that RSA-EXPORT is a weak algorithm.
338 SSLKeyExchangeAlgorithms "RSA, RSA-EXPORT"
339
340 # This one is by default more secure (offers forward secrecy),
341 # but more expensive in CPU time.
342 #SSLKeyExchangeAlgorithms "DHE-RSA, DHE-DSS, RSA, RSA-EXPORT"
343
344 # A comma separated list of the SSL MAC algorithms. Valid selections
345 # are: MD5, SHA1, RMD160
346 SSLMACAlgorithms "SHA1, MD5"
347
348 # A comma separated list of the SSL compression methods. Valid selections
349 # are: NULL
350 SSLCompressionMethods "NULL"
351
352 # A comma separated list of the SSL protocol versions. Valid selections
353 # are: TLS1.1, TLS1.0 and SSL3.0
354 SSLProtocols "TLS 1.1, TLS1.0, SSL3.0"

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