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In your Oracle Application Server 10g installation, you observe that the Oracle HTTP
Server parent process is running as the Oracle user's process and currently using the
default port number 7778. To comply with the development environment, you have been
asked to use port number 80 for the parent process.
Which step would you perform after changing the Listen directive to 80 in the httpd.conf
file to ensure that the changed port number is used by the parent process?
A. start the process as the root user
B. start the process as the Oracle user
C. start the process as any user other than root and Oracle
D. change the Group directive in the httpd.conf file to the group of the root user and start
the process as the Oracle user
Actualtests.com - The Power of Knowing 1Z0-311 Answer: A
If you are on a UNIX system and you are changing the Listen port to a number less than 1024.
By default, Oracle HTTP Server runs as a non-root user (the user that installed Oracle Application Server).
On UNIX systems, if you change the Oracle HTTP Server Listen port number to a value less than 1024, you
must enable Oracle HTTP Server to run as root.
Ref.: Oracle(r) Internet Directory Administrator's Guide
In your existing Oracle Application Server 10g installation, you observe that the Oracle
HTTP Server (OHS) error log file, error_log, is available in the location set in the
ErrorLog directive. Because the location set in this directive is running out of space and
there is no free space available in other locations, you want to suppress further logging of
any kind of messages, temporarily, into the error log file. What would you do to achieve
A. set ErrorLog to NULL
B. set ErrorLog to NONE
C. set ErrorLog to /dev/null
D. remove the ErrorLog directive from the configuration file
E. remove the TransferLog directive from the configuration file
The ErrorLog directive sets the name of the file to which the server will log any errors it encounters. If the
file-path is not absolute then it is assumed to be relative to the ServerRoot.
This effectively turns off error logging.
In Unix-like operating systems, /dev/null or the null device is a special file that discards all data written to it,
and provides no data to any process that reads from it (it returns EOF). In Unix programmer jargon, it may
also be called the bit bucket or black hole
Exhibit: Actualtests.com - The Power of Knowing 1Z0-311 While setting up the Oracle HTTP Server (OHS) for your Oracle Application Server 10g
installation, you set the container directives in the httpd.conf file as shown in the Exhibit.
View the Exhibit.
Which three statements are true? (Choose three.)
A. The Files container is used to match objects at file-system level.
B. The Location container is used to match objects at the block level.
C. The Directory container is always processed from the shortest directory component to
D. The Locati...
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