global.conf(the Global Apache Configuration file) are applied to both of BlueCat Gateway's Apache servers. If you want to apply different settings to each server (or to only one of them), add those settings to these files instead:
http.confdefines Gateway's HTTP virtual host.
https.confdefines Gateway's HTTPS virtual host.
global.conf, any settings made within the Apache server
itself are overridden. Any settings made within a server definition in these files
override settings of the same name made in
global.conf, settings in
https.confmust be made within a virtual host definition (that is, within a
<VirtualHost>tag). Defining settings outside a
<VirtualHost>tag will have unpredictable results.
https.conffile sets the ServerAdmin to
email@example.com Gateway's HTTPS Apache server only:
# Sample virtualhost server definition. <virtualhost *:8000> ServerAdmin firstname.lastname@example.org WSGIScriptAlias / /var/www.app.wsgi </virtualhost>
If you include an
https.conf file, but with no virtualhost definition, That
server will be disabled. This is useful if you want to force all communications
to use the more secure HTTPS server: simply create a file named
http.conf and leave it empty.