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  • Apache Tutorial: .htaccess files - Apache HTTP Server
    is requested Further note that Apache must look for htaccess files in all higher level directories in order to have a full complement of directives that it must apply See section on how directives are applied Thus if a file is requested out of a directory www htdocs example Apache must look for the following files htaccess www htaccess www htdocs htaccess www htdocs example htaccess And so for each file access out of that directory there are 4 additional file system accesses even if none of those files are present Note that this would only be the case if htaccess files were enabled for which is not usually the case The second consideration is one of security You are permitting users to modify server configuration which may result in changes over which you have no control Carefully consider whether you want to give your users this privilege Note also that giving users less privileges than they need will lead to additional technical support requests Make sure you clearly tell your users what level of privileges you have given them Specifying exactly what you have set AllowOverride to and pointing them to the relevant documentation will save yourself a lot of confusion later Note that it is completely equivalent to put a htaccess file in a directory www htdocs example containing a directive and to put that same directive in a Directory section Directory www htdocs example in your main server configuration htaccess file in www htdocs example Contents of htaccess file in www htdocs example AddType text example exm Section from your httpd conf file Directory www htdocs example AddType text example exm Directory However putting this configuration in your server configuration file will result in less of a performance hit as the configuration is loaded once when Apache starts rather than every time a file is requested The use of htaccess files can be disabled completely by setting the AllowOverride directive to none AllowOverride None How directives are applied The configuration directives found in a htaccess file are applied to the directory in which the htaccess file is found and to all subdirectories thereof However it is important to also remember that there may have been htaccess files in directories higher up Directives are applied in the order that they are found Therefore a htaccess file in a particular directory may override directives found in htaccess files found higher up in the directory tree And those in turn may have overridden directives found yet higher up or in the main server configuration file itself Example In the directory www htdocs example1 we have a htaccess file containing the following Options ExecCGI Note you must have AllowOverride Options in effect to permit the use of the Options directive in htaccess files In the directory www htdocs example1 example2 we have a htaccess file containing Options Includes Because of this second htaccess file in the directory www htdocs example1 example2 CGI execution is not permitted as only Options Includes is

    Original URL path: http://bc.capitalsafety.com/manual/howto/htaccess.html (2016-02-16)
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  • mod_mime - Apache HTTP Server

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    Original URL path: /manual/mod/mod_mime.html (2016-02-16)


  • mod_filter - Apache HTTP Server

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    Original URL path: /manual/mod/mod_filter.html (2016-02-16)


  • mod_deflate - Apache HTTP Server

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    Original URL path: /manual/mod/mod_deflate.html (2016-02-16)


  • mod_authn_dbm - Apache HTTP Server

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    Original URL path: /manual/mod/mod_authn_dbm.html (2016-02-16)


  • mod_authz_groupfile - Apache HTTP Server

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    Original URL path: /manual/mod/mod_authz_groupfile.html (2016-02-16)


  • mod_authn_file - Apache HTTP Server

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    Original URL path: /manual/mod/mod_authn_file.html (2016-02-16)


  • mod_negotiation - Apache HTTP Server

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    Original URL path: /manual/mod/mod_negotiation.html (2016-02-16)




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