[CentOS] Directory index forbidden by rule: /var/www/html/

umair shakil umairshakeel at gmail.com
Thu Oct 11 03:42:20 UTC 2007


please explain...... i have only post one message.... clear ur point



On 10/10/07, Jim Perrin <jperrin at gmail.com> wrote:
> Umair, please stop top-posting. It screws the readability of the
> messages in the archive.
> On 10/9/07, umair shakil <umairshakeel at gmail.com> wrote:
> > salam,
> >
> > Please check what is your document root???? it is /var/www/html????
> Something appears to be malfunctioning with your '?' on your keyboard.
> >in httpd.conf  where does your nagios folder has been placed???? is
> it /var/www/html???
> This doesn't have anything to do with his issue. From his email,
> nagios is working fine, it's just returning that his webserver is
> throwing an error. It's the webserver error he's tracking down.
> > gust give the server name and no need to put :80, as it is
> > already
> > listening on 80.
> While you don't *need* to specify the port, the example config does
> this and it's beneficial to do this if you have more than one website,
> with apache listening on multiple ports. Otherwise you have the
> potential for one ServerName definition to override another. With
> apache, it's best to be as explicit as possible.
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