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Unformatted text preview: on container is always processed last of the listed directives in the file
irrespective of where it appears in the configuration file.
Directives placed in the main configuration files apply to the entire server. If you wish to change the
configuration for only a part of the server, you can scope your directives by placing them in specific sections.
There are two types of directives:
* Container Directives
* Block Directives
Container directives specify the scope within which directives take effect:
The <Files file> and </Files> directives support access control by filename.
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Limits the application of the directives within a block to those URLs specified, rather than to the physical file
location like the <Directory> directive
<Location> sections are processed in the order that they appear in the configuration file, after the
<Directory> sections, and .htaccess files are read, and after the <Files> sections.
Ref.: Oracle(r) Internet Directory Administrator's Guide
In your Oracle Application Server 10g installation, you want to restrict the number of
requests allowed per connection to 16. Which two actions would you take to achieve this
objective? (Choose two.)
A. Limit 16
B. KeepAlive ON
C. MaxClients 16
D. KeepAliveTimeout 16
E. MaxRequestsPerChild 16
F. MaxKeepAliveRequests 16
Enables HTTP 1.1 keep-alive support, allowing reuse of the same TCP connection for multiple HTTP
requests from a single client, when set to "On". The default is "On".
Limits the number of requests allowed per connection when KeepAlive is on. If it is set to "0", unlimited
requests will be allowed. The default is 100.
Ref.: Oracle(r)HTTP Administrator's Guide
You are working as an Oracle Application Server administrator for a sales company that
has a global Web site. You find that the event log size is 1.8 GB and is approaching the
maximum limit of 2 GB. As immediate action is required, you decided to manually
initiate the rollover of event logs. What would happen during the manual rollover of an
event log file?
A. OracleAS Web Cache deletes the existing event log file and creates a new file.
B. OracleAS Web Cache stops writing to the event_log file, flushes, and then starts
C. OracleAS Web Cache continues writing to the event_log file if there is no operating
system restriction on the file size.
D. OracleAS Web Cache saves the current log file to the log_file.yyyymmdd_hhmm file,
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In the Rollover Policy section, select Weekly, Daily, Hourly, or Ne...
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