[Nelug] Apache Webserver

Richard Mortimer - Volume Systems Products Richard.Mortimer at sun.com
Thu Aug 21 11:15:01 UTC 2003

Perhaps your browser is caching the document or maybe you have a
webcache (i.e. squid) running.  For the browser you can generally force
a reload by using shift+reload or flushing the cache. Don't know what to
do about a webcache.


On Wed, 2003-08-20 at 20:50, Steven wrote:
> ServerRoot is the dir where Apache stores its config and log files.
> DocumentRoot is the option you mean!
> DocumentRoot = "/home/httpd/html" and the index.html is located in this dir.
> locate and find don't find any other files named index.html other than in
> /usr/share/doc/
> and they releate to installed apps.
> and Yes I have checked that the original file was overwritten by the new
> file and that the new file(s) have r/w/x for all users and groups.
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