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Apache: The Definitive Guide The freeware Apache web server runs over half of the world's existing web sites and continues to dominate the web-server market. Apache: The Definitive Guide, written and reviewed by key members of the Apache Group, describes how to obtain, set up, and secure the Apache server, as well as commonly used extensions for building web applications.
Apache has evolved over the past seven years into a powerful system that can rival (and probably surpass) almost any other HTTP server in terms of functionality, efficiency, and speed, while sup- porting a variety of Unix and Windows environments. This new third edition of Apache: The Definitive Guide fully describes Unix and Windows support and all the other Apache 1.3 and 2.0 features. Contents include:
Obtaining and compiling the server
Configuring and running Apache on Unix and Windows, including topics such as directory structures and virtual hosts
The Apache 1.3 and 2.0 APIs
Expanded coverage of Apache security and large-scale site management
A complete list of configuration directives
Installation and testing information for Perl CGI, mod_perl, PHP, JServ, Tomcat, and Cocoon Using Apache: The Definitive Guide, web administrators new to Apache can get up to speed more quickly than ever by working through the tutorial demo. Experienced web-application program- mers and web administrators working in Unix and Windows will find the reference sections indispensable. Apache: The Definitive Guide is the definitive documentation for the world's most popular web server.
The best book I've seen on getting the most from Apache. This is the owner's manual for the world's most widely used web server. Chuck Murcko, Apache Group member
I can highly recommend this resource to any sysadmin who must set up and run a web site with Apache and to the programmers who must work with it. E. V Bell II, Ed's Internet Book Review

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Now you may think that there are better books out there. And there maybe. However this book is a "five star" book. I bought this book for a beginning apache class. We were able to follow the instructions and down load the Apache server from the Internet. The only problem we had was with the NIS system that was not anticipated in this book. It was a lot more important to use this book to read the flat files and see how they were related to each other. The section on Extra Modules (chapter 12) gave a way to improve the server and go outside the scope of this book. This book covered more details than I was looking for; this ways different people can use the book to target their particular needs. You can safely say:

"This book has everything you need to set up an apache server."
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HASH(0x9fbf2888) étoiles sur 5 Book Review - Apache: The Definitive Guide (3rd Edition) 4 novembre 2003
Par Dan Clough - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
This is a fairly comprehensive, 600-page guide to the Apache web server software. The book begins with an overview of what a web server and browser clients do, how they work, and planning/installing Apache. The book covers versions 1.3.x and 2.0.x, and the differences between them. After installation, the next few chapters explain the initial configuration required to get a working webserver, including the various directives blocks, access control, and setting up virtual hosts.
Chapter 5 discusses how to implement authentication, passwords, and more on access control, such as using .htaccess files. Following chapters describe how to change settings for various web filetypes, indexing, imagemaps, and redirection of web page requests. Chapters 9 and 10 explain using a proxy, and the multitude of logging and status options which can be configured.
One of the longer (and important) chapters, Chapter 11, goes into excellent detail about the security aspects of running a webserver. It includes discussion and examples on signatures, certificates, using SSL, and firewalls. General security precautions, real life scenarios, and even potential legal issues are addressed.
The next section goes over building and administering a large website, and the issues associated with that. Also there is a chapter on adding web applications to your site to allow flexible user interaction, such as forms submission. There are then several chapters regarding add-ons and extensions to get even more from the webserver. These include PHP, CGI, Perl, mod_perl, XML, and Cocoon. There are numerous examples of coding provided, although most of them are somewhat basic in nature. One subject that I thought should have been addressed more was integrating the webserver with a database (such as MySQL), as this is a very common requirement.
The last two chapters go over the Apache Application Programming Interface (API), and how to write Modules for Apache. This may be useful to more serious developers, but is probably too technical and difficult for the average casual user. The book closes with a good Index and there is also a very handy foldout inside the back cover which contains quick-reference data for the most commonly used configurations and commands.
Overall this book seems to "cover all the bases". It was useful to me as a beginner to set up a testing webserver, and yet has extra details and information for those more advanced webmasters. The quick reference section especially, should be very useful to experienced Apache users. I would highly recommend the book for anyone wanting to start or improve their knowledge in running the Apache webserver.
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HASH(0x9fbfd324) étoiles sur 5 Waste of paper 1 décembre 2006
Par M. McAulay - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
Most of the time you can trust O'Reilly technical books. But this dog should be drug out back and shot. It's out of date, it's poorly written, it meanders all over the place. I'm pretty tolerant of technical writing as long as I'm learning what I need to along the way. But at a time when I was highly motivated to get up to speed on Apache I literally gave up and threw this on the floor in frustration. Buy any other book on Apache. This one sucks.
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HASH(0x9fbe9228) étoiles sur 5 Helpful, but questionable... 11 septembre 2008
Par Michael J. Muprhy III - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
This book reads like a journal of somebody who has never configured a web server at all, literally saying things like, "We tried this, and we got this error message". While the author is trying to create a noob friendly book here, it comes off like it was written by noobs (which probably isn't actually the case).

There are also some questionable things, for example, they create a shell script that must run in a particular directory. They actually say "you must cd to the directory first" and then use the shell built-in 'pwd' instead of the dot operator for the current directory -- twice on one line! This comes off as pretty noobish to me. In the old days, this would cause 300,000 lines of kernel code to execute an external program and return, but at least the shell implements pwd as a builtin these days. Still, it was one of those small things that makes you wonder about a book...

Despite this, the book IS useful for a noob to learn some Apache basics and make the conf files more readable. I had a 10 year old Apache Bible with Y2K material in it that in some ways was more helpful. Still, I am still reading the relevant sections and the book is helping me get a task done at work.
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HASH(0x9fbf94f8) étoiles sur 5 Horrible, horrible, horrible 10 octobre 2004
Par Maynard Handley - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
This is a horrible, stunningly horrible, book. It has, sadly, persuaded me

that I cannot simply trust the O'Reilly brand as signifying, if not the

best book in a particular area, at least a worthwhile book.

The central problem is that this book has no idea what it wants to be.

It tries to be a tutorial, a cookbook and a reference, all intermingled.

One paragraph it's trying to talk to newbies, the next it assumes you are

a long time Apache veteran.

One role, however, that it seems to have no interest in playing is that

of giving the big picture, of describing exactly what Apache can (and

can't) do in a given area, and why you might care, before getting into various nitty gritty.

I'm afraid I can't recommend a good book on Apache to buy; I would

however urge you to stay away from this one. The worst shovelware out,

Sams Teach yourself Apache in 24hrs or Apache for Dummies, cannot be

worse than this sad failure.

(This reviews version 3 of the book. I have no idea if versions 1 and 2

were less dreadful.)
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HASH(0x9fbf96a8) étoiles sur 5 Lacks important details 19 janvier 2011
Par bubtub24 - Publié sur Amazon.com
Format: Broché
I read this over the summer. You would be better off saving yourself the money and going to apache.org. This book lacks important details for anyone that is new to apache. She expects to much out of the reader. The way she suggests to implement apache is confusing and useless. I believe this book is outdated as well. I just purchased Web Application Design and Implementation: Apache 2, PHP5, MySQL, JavaScript, and Linux/UNIX (Quantitative Software Engineering Series)by Steven Gabarro. Hopefully it will be better than this train wreck definitive guide.
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