|Subject:||Set a Environment Variable in Config File|
|Posted by:||zggame (zgga…@gmail.com)|
|Date:||Fri, 4 Sep 2009|
I am helping 20 students using something with Apache 1. Every student
has an account and home directory in a linux server, and his/her own
httpd.conf with different port setting. They run their own server by
"apache -f httpd.conf". In the config file, there is setting for an
alias/scriptalias/log/lock files all setting from their own homepath.
Previously, these are hard-coded. This year, we have more students
and it will be very nice if I can use some kind of variable and write
it such as $MY_PATH/log/error.log, and I do not need to correct long
home path probably 10 times in each config files. "setEnv" seems not
for this purpose. I tried export $MY_PATH in shell and it does not
work either. Does Apache have such ability? How can I do it?