|Subject:||Re: conditional configuration|
|Posted by:||William Gill (firstname.lastname@example.org)|
|Date:||Sat, 07 Aug 2010|
On 7/25/2010 11:51 AM, William Gill wrote:
> Is there a simple way to have httpd.config skip or include directives
> based on some external condition. Specifically, I have development
> servers on my network and on my notebook. When I am working on something
> new I frequently have to copy things back and forth or to a flash drive.
> To make keeping track easier I want to create a virtual host on a flash
> drive and have httpd.config test for the presence of the flash drive to
> determine whether or not to include the <VirtualHost> Directive. Can
> this be done, and if so can it be done simply?
FYI I ended up installing two Apache services, one with -D option and
one w/o, then added an <IfDefine> directive to httpd.conf. I can
control which version is active through Apache Monitor. Not the most
graceful, but it works.
conditional configuration posted by William Gill on Sun, 25 Jul 2010