Chapter TWENTY TWO. Web Servers to Manage HP-UX

Chapter Syllabus

  • 22.1 HP ObAM-Apache Web Server

  • 22.2 The Apache Web Server

Many tools to manage HP-UX now come with a Web-based interface. Managing Web servers is a task normally associated with a Web administrator. The reality of the situation is that a significant number of administrative applications come with either cut-down Web server software built in to the application, or the necessary configuration files to allow the application to be hosted under an existing Web server daemon. The daemon process associated with the majority of Web servers is a process called httpd. This daemon will be listening on multiple network ports for incoming requests to display and manipulate Web pages. At its heart, ...

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