- Taschenbuch: 370 Seiten
- Verlag: O'Reilly & Associates; Auflage: 2 (Januar 1999)
- Sprache: Englisch
- ISBN-10: 1565925289
- ISBN-13: 978-1565925281
- Größe und/oder Gewicht: 17,8 x 2,2 x 23,3 cm
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With distributions for both Unix and 32-bit Windows environments, the Apache Web server boasts reliability, security, and scalability--and it's free. Apache: The Definitive Guide shows Apache administrators how to perform their jobs, detailing the server through version 1.3.
The authors--one of them a member of the Apache development team--begin with an academic discussion of what Web servers do before walking the reader through the process of installing Apache. Installation gets much attention--readers find out, step by step, how to set up a Web site (or several) under Apache, and how to set up Web site security and other preferences properly. The book also provides in-depth discussions of particular aspects of Apache operation, including MIME handling, the Common Gateway Interface (CGI), and security features such as authentication and caching.
For the programmers in the crowd, this book documents the Apache API with discussions of resource pools and their allocation, plus a full API reference. A tutorial explains how to write Apache extension modules in C. In all matters, Apache: The Definitive Guide covers both Unix and Win32 machines, but it places more emphasis on the Unix port. The complete source code of Apache 1.3 appears on the CD-ROM that ships with the book. --David Wall
'Co-authored by Ben Laurie, one of the elite of programmers who code Apache, this really is the definitive text on how to get and use the Apache Web Server.... This is a clear road map for anyone considering setting up an Apache web server and an indispensable reference for all Apache users.' - Pat Crawford, Computer Bulletin, May 2000 'I have no reason to doubt its claim as the definitive guide and the 2nd edition is probably justified. If your intention is to use Apache, then Lauries' book is probably not just definitive, but essential. It takes the reader through from the design of the simplest possible 'hello world' site to a complex application involving on-line forms etc.' - Joe McCool, Cvu, January 2000Alle Produktbeschreibungen
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"This book has everything you need to set up an apache server."
I'd recommend this excellent book, written by Greg Holden (Copywrite 1999, ISBN1-57610-391-9). This book presented the steps (with great explanations) that I needed to easily set up the Apache Server. It has breath enough for more expert users, too; and its content was equal or greater than the O'Reilly press's "Definitive Guide". Bottom line: buy the APACHE SERVER FOR WINDOWS: LITTLE BLACK BOOK. If your really want to read the "Definitive Guide", borrow a copy form a friend or the library. But don't buy it.
All in all, a must read for all Apache people out there!
I was shocked at the bad reviews. I found this book to be a great read and organized as should be.
The only reason I think someone would not like this book is if they are use to GUI tools in the Windows world. If you know UNIX/LINUX and aren't scared of OS command lines, this book is great.
If you are a Windows geek, this book may not be that great, but let's face it, Apache and TCP/IP is UNIX at it's best.
I found this book a good training source and reference manual.
A far better book is Wrox's 'Professional Apache' which covers everything the O'Reilly book does and much more.
If asked to recommend a first book on apache, this would be it.
I've said that I'd never run Microsoft anything software on a UNIX server, or UNIX on Microsoft... But, gee-whiz, I couldn't resist installing the NT port to my personal NT server <Grin>
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