to dms 6.0 they both broke.
Trying to find info on how to configure httpd is difficult since there seems to be no discussion in the release notes.
I had to do a system wide search for httpd.conf ( httpd-user.conf does not seem to exist any more). It turns out that the configuration directory is located in /use/local/etc/httpd.
I tacked two includes to the bottom of httpd.conf and put the files in the extra directory.
I restarted httpd and viola, stuff started working again. I went to bed...
I auto shutdown/startup and when I got up this morning the apps no longer worked.
It turns out that rebooting regenerates httpd so the two include statements got wiped.
I noticed there was a line in httpd :
Code: Select all
Near the bottom of httpd.conf..
I moved my two configuration files to this directory and rebooted
This time the configuration files were read and the apps came back to life.
It seems to me that there should have been some kind of README that told admins
How to get root ( login as an administrator and 'sudo -i') and how to deal with the
new layout of httpd and probably even more stuff as admins dive into the details.
What I just described actually took about ten hours of my life yesterday.