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Package: apache-common
Version: 1.3.26-1.1
Severity: wishlist

When HARD_SERVER_LIMIT is reached, apache explain how to change it,
but it mentions the upstream way, that is, to change

Rebuilding a custom Debian package, I noticed that my modification was
not used.  Then I saw that HARD_SERVER_LIMIT is set with apaci.  I
suggest that apache could mention this way to set HARD_SERVER_LIMIT,
since this is confusing.  What do you think ?


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Versions of the packages apache-common depends on:
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ii  libdb2      The Berkeley database routines (run-time =
ii  libexpat1      1.95.2-6       XML parsing C library - runtime library
ii  perl           5.8.0-13       Larry Wall's Practical Extraction and Rep=
ii  perl           5.8.0-13       Larry Wall's Practical Extraction and Rep=
	^^^ (Provides virtual package perl5)

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From: fabbione@fabbione.net (Fabio M. Di Nitto)
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Subject: Bug#171408: fixed in apache
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Source: apache

We believe that the bug you reported is fixed in the latest version of
apache, which is due to be installed in the Debian FTP archive:

  to pool/main/a/apache/apache-common_1.
  to pool/main/a/apache/apache-dbg_1.
  to pool/main/a/apache/apache-dev_1.
  to pool/main/a/apache/apache-doc_1.
  to pool/main/a/apache/apache-perl_1.
  to pool/main/a/apache/apache-ssl_1.
  to pool/main/a/apache/apache-utils_1.
  to pool/main/a/apache/apache_1.
  to pool/main/a/apache/apache_1.
  to pool/main/a/apache/apache_1.
  to pool/main/a/apache/apache_1.
  to pool/main/a/apache/libapache-mod-perl_1.28.0.1-1_i386.deb

A summary of the changes between this version and the previous one is

Thank you for reporting the bug, which will now be closed.  If you
have further comments please address them to 171408@bugs.debian.org,
and the maintainer will reopen the bug report if appropriate.

Debian distribution maintenance software
Fabio M. Di Nitto <fabbione@fabbione.net> (supplier of updated apache package)

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Format: 1.7
Date: Tue, 28 Oct 2003 18:15:21 +0100
Source: apache
Binary: apache-dev apache-common apache-doc apache-utils apache apache-dbg apache-perl libapache-mod-perl apache-ssl
Architecture: source i386 all
Distribution: unstable
Urgency: low
Maintainer: Debian Apache Maintainers <debian-apache@lists.debian.org>
Changed-By: Fabio M. Di Nitto <fabbione@fabbione.net>
 apache     - Versatile, high-performance HTTP server
 apache-common - Support files for all Apache webservers
 apache-dbg - Apache webservers (debugging versions)
 apache-dev - Apache webserver development kit
 apache-doc - Apache webserver docs
 apache-perl - Versatile, high-performance HTTP server with Perl support
 apache-ssl - Versatile, high-performance HTTP server with SSL support
 apache-utils - Utility programs for webservers
 libapache-mod-perl - Integration of perl with the Apache web server
Closes: 87193 146049 148300 151703 158993 160974 171408 179448 184445 185157 192157 211296 214381 215768 215826 215890 216202 216213 216242 216402 216468 216479 216592 216887 217001 217035 217109 217718 217784 217914
 apache ( unstable; urgency=low
   * (Fabio M. Di Nitto)
     - New apache-ssl upstream (Closes: #217001, #216202)
     - Remove ssl/005_tls1_aes_support.patch
       (it has been accepted upstream)
     - Added ssl/006_passcb.patch - check README.Debian for details
       (Closes #69122, #136052)
     - Blacklisted mod_perl (DSO) from apache-perl (Closes #215748)
     - Rewritten modules handling code in modules-config to be more
       friendly during upgrades avoiding useless questions and to
       avoid resorting of modules.conf
       (Closes: #215826, #216242, #216468, #215890, #217109, #217784, #217718)
     - Update fr.po from Christian Perrier (Closes: #215768)
     - Update pt_BR.po from Andre Luis Lopes (Closes: #216592)
     - apache-dev ships also apache-perl.dbg and apache-ssl.dbg
     - Fixed creation of mod-bandwidth dirs (Closes: #216402)
     - Fixed .postrm scripts to remove apache* files from /etc/default
     - Mentioned -F switch in apache* man pages (Closes: #211296)
     - postinst.common now uses httpd.conf to build config files list
       (Closes: #216887)
   * (Matthew Wilcox)
     - Amend intro.html as discussed in #199045.  Bug not closed, but
       demoted to wishlist (pending action on other issues).
     - Add patch 505_limit_my_servers_hard to point users to src/apaci
       which is where they find the real definition of HARD_SERVER_LIMIT
       (Closes: #171408)
     - Update pt.po from Bruno Rodrigues (Closes: #216213)
     - Update ru.po from Ilgiz Kalmetev (Closes: #214381)
     - Update ja.po from Kenshi Muto (Closes: #216479)
     - mod_proxy now honours ContentBase by Ard van Breemen (Closes: #148300)
     - Various changes to apache.init, apache-perl.init and apache-ssl.init:
       + Convert from bash to POSIX sh.
       + Delete the SUEXEC variable because it wasn't used.
       + Add a comment to the inetd check.
       + Check that apache & apachectl are executable, not just present
         (Closes: #146049)
       + Pass LANG=C only to apachectl, not to apache.
       + Only restrict the PATH setting for apachectl too.
       + Don't use --exec to stop the daemon, rely on the --pidfile.
       + Use $NAME throughout to make the differences between the scripts
         as small as possible.
       + Add a comment to indicate that users shouldn't mess with the
         variables at the start of the script.  (Closes: #151703, #160974)
       + Make force-reload do the same thing as reload.
       + Send a HUP for restart, then attempt to start the daemon if
         that fails.  (Closes: #158993)
     - Split logresolve, ab, htpasswd, htdigest and dbmmanage from
       apache-common into the new package apache-utils.
       (Closes: #179448, #87193)
     - Don't install logrotate any more since we don't use it.
     - Take ab from the -ssl build so it supports https.  (Closes: #185157)
     - Convert all the .gif files to .png and change intro.html to use them.
       (Closes: #192157)
     - Move .dbg binaries for apache, apache-ssl and apache-perl to new
       package apache-dbg.
     - If the "Please don't remove this" line is removed, assume the user
       does not need our help configuring modules.  (Closes: #217035, #217914)
     - Tweak build system to not mess around with build-tree symlinks.
     - Repack logos.tar.gz / logos.uue to remove the old Debian 2.1 banners.
       (Closes: #184445)
   * (Thom May)
     - Change rc.d startup time from the default to 91, in the name of
 faea1e81d903b03e21203d79a177c677 1055 web optional apache_1.
 4f0c29d345e915a0f89e8f2d4e746040 3018153 web optional apache_1.
 fb1cda413dcb85981cf120c3bab7f97d 382844 web optional apache_1.
 dad95ee3d68da9d715872d6bfb8bc2fe 1101356 doc optional apache-doc_1.
 808eec9c842c96e27333f50bdae872ba 362144 web optional apache_1.
 010e813301b9703a2442a62fa30a7be4 411002 web optional apache-ssl_1.
 47066cbb60dcc563db10c391479bbab5 475746 web extra apache-perl_1.
 653fc785aadba28e65442fbb01e6a261 299470 devel extra apache-dev_1.
 44bd64396c496a035a571c780d3fbd50 9029876 devel extra apache-dbg_1.
 6734bd74bad33e64fb20f01df5bcc1f3 760052 web optional apache-common_1.
 c6db89e2e030ba3d397b922371c2e82c 244892 web optional apache-utils_1.
 6211ae8a4328f2e91d5efd8ca9594468 471520 web optional libapache-mod-perl_1.28.0.1-1_i386.deb

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