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ashttpd.conf

DESCRIPTION

ashttpd.conf is the default configuration file used by the ashttpd Web Server for its runtime settings. The format is an INI-style file and all the runtime settings are key-value pairs in the settings section.

Syntax

The syntax of the configuration file is fairly simple. Any lines starting with the “#” or ”;” character are regarded as comments and ignored. The file is divided up into sections, each section begins with the section name enclosed in square brackets. Keys-value pairs are placed below, separated by the “=” character, e.g. for a section named settings:

[settings]
key1 = value1
key2 = value2

Currently ALL settings live in one section called settings, no other section names are used.

Settings

All runtime settings should be placed in a settings section. The valid settings to be used as keys are all described in the ashttpd (8) manual page or the Abilisoft Reef Administrator’s Guide.

FILES

$AS_HOME/etc/ashttpd.conf
The default runtime configuration file on UNIX.

SEE ALSO

ashttpd (8), Abilisoft Reef Administrator’s Guide

BUGS

Please contact support@abilisoft.com with any issues you might have.