Virtual host support, Dynamic shared object support, File handlers – Oracle Audio Technologies ORACLE9I B10508-01 User Manual
Running the Oracle HTTP Server on OpenVMS
Oracle9i Installation Guide Release 2 (22.214.171.124) for HP Alpha OpenVMS
Displays the HTTPD base version, its build date, and a list of compile
settings that influence the behavior and performance of the server.
Displays a list of the HTTPD options.
Displays a list of all modules compiled into the server.
Displays a list of directives with expected arguments and places where
the directive is valid.
The following example shows how to enter the L option to list the available
$ HTTPD -"L"
Virtual Host Support
The term virtual host refers to the practice of maintaining a single server to serve
pages for multiple virtual hosts
Both IP-based and name-based virtual host
support are available on the Oracle HTTP Server for OpenVMS.
For more information, see the Apache Software Foundation documentation at the
following web site:
Dynamic Shared Object Support
Dynamic shared object support provides a method to format code so that it will
load into the address space of an executable program at run time
functionality is supported on OpenVMS
For more information, see the Apache
Software Foundation documentation at the following web site:
The Oracle HTTP Server for OpenVMS supports the ability to use file handlers
For more information, see the Apache Software Foundation
documentation at the following web site:
On OpenVMS, the security profile of the running server is
the same on all virtual hosts.