[quote:7163823e8d][i:7163823e8d]Originally posted by gemby[/i:7163823e8d]
Ok, that's nice, choose right items. Question is, what the right items are? There is no help, no documentation, no howto-s. Apache should be stable, this is allmost unusuble server. I have 500 clients on mine, i could not afford to experiment. Problem is that it dyes every few hours, do not know why, i did all things that i always do: wait for a few days after new buildapache.sea is issued, read forum, and upgrade it with ASP, frontpage, mod_gzip, Tomcat...offcourse i comented out mod_perl, that's it. What is wrong?
BTW, is there gonna be buildIIS.sea port to linux out soon? It seems it's more stable than Apache
IIS is a terrible, a disaster; tons of exploits & vulnerabilities are available for it, if you want to put yourself in trouble or want headaches you can choose it.
Remove mod-asp & mod-perl modules from httpd.conf then reinstall Apache by using buildapache.sea then select Beginner these options should be installed there would be no problem after that .
Apache/1.3.26 (Unix) mod_log_bytes/0.3 mod_bwlimited/1.0 mod_gzip/126.96.36.199a PHP/4.2.1 FrontPage/188.8.131.520 mod_ssl/2.8.9 OpenSSL/0.9.6b
*mod-gzip should be installed manually but if you had it before
* use advanced to install mod_bwprotect
it’s not necessary to reinstall mod-gzip
If you still unsuccessful send me your root password I can do it as all of our other servers.