Red Hat Bugzilla – Bug 76119
HTTP Config Bug
Last modified: 2015-03-04 20:11:31 EST
Description of Problem:
The graphical HTTP Configurator does not include the 'DirectoryIndex' command
nor any of the files listed.
Version-Release number of selected component (if applicable):
Steps to Reproduce:
1. Load the HTTP Configuration
2. Edit the files to look for with the directory
3. save httpd.conf file
4. Files are NOT referenced.
No reference to files
The insertion of DirectoryIndex with files names
Causes an error when referencing site that says cannot access w/ http since
talking to a secured port 443.
This does not seem to be related to RHN at all. Trying to guess the right
component this bug should be filed against.
rob, please feel free to correct my poor choice. Bugs are unlikely to be seen
unless they are filed against the right component.
Just confirming this bug. Basically, you'll get a 403 because DirectoryIndex is
empty and the global option includes -Indexes. The workaround is to reshuffle
the index.* files, but that only works occasionally.
Another interesting bug is that when multiple listening ports are specified, the
tool attempts to put them on the same line, like this:
Listen 80 443
This, of course, won't work in Apache, so httpd won't even start.
All this makes the tool unusable in real life.
Is fixed in latest rawhide build (redhat-config-httpd-1.1.0-5 and later).
Read ya, Phil