A1 Controls the directory to which Apache httpd attempts to switch before dumping core
Q2 Why is it a problem to have ServerRoot as the core dump directory?
A2 It should not be writable as the user the server runs as
Q3 EnableExceptionHook directive
A3 Enables use of modules that can run diagnostics after a crash (eg. mod_whatkilledus, mod_backtrace)
Q4 ‘listen’ is now a required directive if it’s not is the config file, the server will ____?
A4 fail to start
Q5 IPv6 addresses after the ‘listen’ directive are ___?
A5 enclosed in square
Q6 You only need to use the ‘protocol’ argument for the listen directive when ___?
A6 you are running on non-standard ports
Q7 MaxRequestWorkers Directive
A7 sets the limit on the number of simultaneous requests that will be served.
Q8 Connection attempts over the MaxRequest workers limit will be ___ , up to the # based on the ____ directive
Q9 Why would you send a SIGHUP(kill-1) signal to the process-id listed in PidFile?
A9 So the server closes and reopens its ErrorLog and TransferLog
Q10 Apache HTTP server uses a ____ to communicate between its parent and child processes
Q11 Apache HTTPD first attempts to create the scoreboard entirely ____ and, failing that will attempt to create the file on disk
A11 in memory
Q12 ScoreboardFile directive
A12 causes httpd to always create scoreboard in file and specifies that file
Q13 If a third party application requires direct access to the scoreboard you should…
A13 Specify the ScoreBoardFile directive
Q14 If you use a ScoreBoardFile you may see improved speed by placing it on a ____ disk
Q15 It is often useful to set the TCP send buffer size past the OS’s default on ______, ______ connections
A15 high speed, high latency
Q16 If both ServerLimit and MaxRequestWorkers are set to values higher than the system can handle, Apachehttpd may?
A16 Not start of the system may become unstable.