schreian at bc.edu
Tue Jun 10 14:52:42 UTC 2008
I've set up a CentOS 5 system as a server for http installs.
Currently up-to-date with
my installs were failing just after the root password set up, before
I tracked it down to a server error 500 and it was due to
mod_security claiming the comps.xml file was too big
[Tue Jun 10 09:59:01 2008] [error] [client XXX.XXX.XXX.XXX]
ModSecurity: Output filter: Content-Length (934390) over the limit
(524288). [hostname "XXX.XXX"] [uri "/install/centos/5/x86_64/
repodata/comps.xml"] [unique_id "VJNb-4inMQIAACd0XcwAAAAA"]
This is set in /etc/httpd/mod_security.d/modsecurity_crs_10_config.conf
I increased that size and all is now well, but can somebody enlighten
me as to the purpose of that setting?
I've started reading the document in
is there other good documentation for mod_security?
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