OpenVMS with Apache, Wasd, and Osu: The Nonstop Webserver
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BeschreibungLearn how to successfully run a web server on an OpenVMS system, using any one of the three currently supported servers" OSU, WASD, and Compaq Secure Web Server (based on Apache). The book explains the suitability of VMS clusters for 24x7 operation, covers the various TCP/IP products, and discusses cluster aliases and load-balancing techniques. The chapters are organized by function, answering the question How do I do X for each of the servers. Winston evaluates many relevant freeware and some commercial products. OpenVMS with Apache, OSU and WASD also discusses specific tasks, such as how to port CGI programs from other operating systems, and gives working examples in PERL, Python, and DCL. One chapter also covers database connectivity for VMS-based CGI programs. Use OpenVMS to provide reliable, full-featured web service for your businessOffers information not available anywhere else for OpenVMS, whose unbeatable reliability makes it the web server of choice for institutions that can t afford downtime for their websitesNumerous examples and step-by-step procedures show how to do the same task in different servers
InhaltsverzeichnisIntroduction; Why Run a Web Server on VMS?; VMS and the Web; Web Options; Installation Issues; Basic Configuration and Server Control; Encrypted/Secure Communications: HTTPS Protocol Support; Managing Access to your Server Resources; Providing User Personal Web Directories; Multihosting and Multihoming; Indexing and Searching Your Site; Cache and Proxy; Managing and Understanding Your Server Logs; Dynamic Content: Directory Browsing and Server-Side Includes; Running CGI Programs; RDB Database Access from CGI Scripts; Useful Freeware CGI Scripts; High-Performance Scripting Options; User-Edited Web Pages; User-Developed CGI Scripts; Appendices: Perl; Python; PHP; Apache; Annotated Sample Configuration Files; Index
PortraitAlan Winston is Manager of Central Computing at the Stanford Synchrotron Radiation Laboratory. He has been professionally involved with computing since 1980, has been a VMS system manager since 1985, and a webmaster since 1994. He was a contributing editor to Unix/World for eight years, and a columnist for Microtimes magazine for two years.
Pressestimmen" OpenVMS with Apache, OSU and WASD is required reading for the OpenVMS web administrator, novice or veteran. For those who manage more than one type of these web servers or who are migrating from one web server to another, this book is indispensable."-Richard Barry, OpenVMS Apache Project Leader "As the author of the WASD package I've been reviewing Alan's book and it looks good. Alan's grasp of OSU (he is an OSUser after all) and even Apache is probably better than that of WASD, which itself is excellent. More importantly he generates a synthesis of the material, placing it in context and drawing out the important aspects of a topic." -Mark Daniel, Author of the WASD Webserver "This is the reference book that users of the OSU web server have long sought."-David Jones, Author of the DECthreads Webserver "...an excellent and in-depth look at these three web servers with respect to running on an OpenVMS platform. The book provides an amazing amount of information to help choose the right web server for your system, and then proceeds to include some of the nitty gritty details on how to set that server up and manage it...There is enough useful and technical information in this book to make it a valuable asset for any OpenVMS administrator looking to run a web server." - Bill Catambay, mac-guild.org
Untertitel: 'HP Technologies'. Sprache: Englisch.
Verlag: DIGITAL PRESS
Erscheinungsdatum: Dezember 2002
Seitenanzahl: 454 Seiten