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Apache Web Server Config

Hi Gurus

I am a newbie in Apache.

I want to configure Apache Web server(A for reference) to receive all requests on Port-843 to be redirected to another Apache web server(B) and access a crossdomain.xml(located in /var/www/html) file there.

I have put the following entries in /etc/httpd/conf/http.conf file of Apache server-A:

Code:
 
# Ensure that Apache listens on port 843
Listen 843
# Listen for virtual host requests on all IP addresses
NameVirtualHost *:843
<VirtualHost *:843>
DocumentRoot /var/www/html
ServerName <Server B>
</VirtualHost>

I have put the crossdomain file in Server-B in /var/www/html.
Is this fine?

Thanks
HG
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NAME
Apache::Session::Serialize::Sybase - Use Storable to zip up persistent data and unpack/pack to put into Sybase-compatible image field SYNOPSIS
use Apache::Session::Serialize::Sybase; $zipped = Apache::Session::Serialize::Sybase::serialize($ref); $ref = Apache::Session::Serialize::Sybase::unserialize($zipped); DESCRIPTION
This module fulfills the serialization interface of Apache::Session by taking the data from Apache::Session::Serialize::Storable and modifying it to work with Sybase IMAGE fields. Note that you do not need to quote these values before inserting into the database, and that if you are using DBI::Sybase, you cannot use the data in a placeholder. If you use Apache::Session::Sybase as your session class, this will all get taken care of. AUTHOR
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