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Disk full issues with apache - need help please...

 
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My Apache is hosted from the D drive.
I need to host more data and my D drive is full.
I have another disk (the F drive) on which I
can host.
If I provide a link to the F:\otherApacheDocs\index.html I know it doesn't work, right ? How do I do it ?
BTW, I am on an NT machine....
Any help is appreciated.
Thanks.
- madhav
 
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Hi Madhav
Did you say Alias (something like below)is not working?
my apache is in c drive on win2k.
 
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Actually, one level of folder alias works.
When you add a subfolder, it pukes and doesn't resolve the path correctly.

/Alias /Pub/ "F:/temp/"
works fine on my system too. But when I add subfolders,
/Alias /Pub/ "F:/temp/abcd/"
or even
/Alias /Pub/ "F:/temp/"
/Alias /Pub/ABCD/ "F:/temp/abcd/"
then it fails to resolve the path.
Any help is greatly appreciated.
Thanks.
- madhav
 
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That should not be a problem at all.
I have a working entry like this.
Alias /icons/ "C:/jalc/ApacheGroup/Apache/icons/"
no matter if its C or F drive.
problem if you have space in the directory names.
and hey is there / before Alias word? that will give a syntax error.
btw I run apache 1.3.20.
whats your apache ver.?
[ January 16, 2003: Message edited by: Ravee Bhat ]
 
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I have a working entry like this.
Alias /icons/ "C:/jalc/ApacheGroup/Apache/icons/"

You probably installed Apache in C:/jalc/ApacheGroup/Apache, din't you?
no matter if its C or F drive.
problem if you have space in the directory names.

Well in ideal situations. On my system when I give the foll. Alias,
Alias /ES/ "F:/scratch/ES"
it is trying to resolve the path to the foll.
[i]F:/scratches[i]
Seems like it is missing the path seperator "/" char for whatever reason.
Any insight into this, please.....
and hey is there / before Alias word? that will give a syntax error.
No there is no / in front of the Alias key word. That was a typo, please ignore it.
Thanks for your efforts.
- madhav
 
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Its a DUH!!! Don't bother. I figured it out.
Alias /ES/ "F:/scratch/ES"
it is trying to resolve the path to the foll.
F:/scratches

I should have the foll. alias instead
Alias /ES/ "F:/scratch/ES/"

Thanks for your help.
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Hmmmm,
Did some apache start/stop. Looks like certain config setup does not seem to work.
viz.
Alias /lxf/ "F:/filer/one/" and
Alias /lxf/ "F:/filer/one"
Will work if you have a / at the end of URL and will not work without a / at the end.
Alias /lxf "F:/filer/one/" and
Alias /lxf "F:/filer/one"
will work no matter if you have a / or not.
This is the situation with apache1.3.20 on win2k all the things may not be true for latest distribs.
btw is not having a / at the end of URL, IIS kind of directive?
 
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