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These are the release notes for the latest major version of Xitami, since the last release of the previous major release. Summary release notes for every release since 1.0a come afterwards.
|enabled=1/0||Enable or disable SSI, enabled by default||timeout=30||Timeout for CGI programs called from the SSI agent||exec=0Enable/disable the #exec command, a potential security hole. The SSI_INSECURE environment variable is no longer used.|
The built-in log file formats are:
LML and XLML are intended to simplify log-file post-processing via an XML-capable tool like GSLgen. You can also define custom log file formats using any combination of text, delimiters, and logging data fields.
The logging agent performs reverse-DNS translations on the fly, note that you must define the RDNS configuration before this will work.
You can cycle log files hourly, daily, weekly, or monthly. You can cycle the log files when the server starts-up, when they exceed some size in kilobytes, or when they exceed some size in lines.
You can specify the exact day and/or time a log file must be cycled.
When cycling a log file, you can rename the old file, delete the old file, move the old file to some directory, append the old data to some file, or run an arbitrary command against the old log file.
You can decide how to name old log files using a mask built from the current day, time, and other information or text.
Each virtual host can have independent settings for its HTTP and FTP log files.
[Ddns] Domain = "black.xitami.net" Enabled = "1" Password = "TZO-xxxx-xxxx-xxxx-xxxx" Service = "tzo.com" Username = "firstname.lastname@example.org"
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| Welcome To Xitami | Table Of Contents | Installing Xitami | Administration | Configuration | Using The Common Gateway Interface (CGI) | Server-Side Includes (SSI) | Using Filters | Server-Side XML Processing | Server-Side GSL Scripting | Image Maps | Virtual Hosts | The FTP Service | The Dynamic DNS Feature | Throttle Pipes | A Beginner's Guide | Writing Web Server Extension (WSX) Agents | Extending Xitami with External Peer Processes | FAQ | Getting Support | Credits | Release History | License Agreement
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