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1 parent b416f25 commit a8077fd1f77b61985ac6539c3ea3f9e83bb39802 @capflam capflam committed Nov 9, 2012
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  1. +7 −8 doc/yaws.tex
  2. +9 −8 man/yaws.conf.5
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15 doc/yaws.tex
@@ -2623,18 +2623,17 @@ \section{Server Part}
prohibitive when \Yaws\ starts up. Defaults to false.
\item \verb+partial_post_size = Integer+ ---
- When a \Yaws\ file receives large \verb+POST+s, the
- amount of data received in each chunk is
- determined by the this parameter. The default
- value is 10240.
+ When a \Yaws\ file receives large \verb+POST+s, the amount of data
+ received in each chunk is determined by the this parameter. The
+ default value is 10240. Setting it to nolimit is potentially
+ dangerous.
\item \verb+dav = true | false+ ---
Turns on the DAV protocol for this server. The dav support in
\Yaws\ is highly limited. If dav is turned on, .yaws processing of
- .yaws pages is turned off. Default is false. Setting it to nolimit
- is potentially dangerous. The socket read timeout is supplied by
- the keepalive\_timeout setting. If the read is not done within the
- timeout, the POST will fail.
+ .yaws pages is turned off. Default is false. The socket read
+ timeout is supplied by the keepalive\_timeout setting. If the read
+ is not done within the timeout, the POST will fail.
\item \verb+tilde_expand = true|false+ ---
If this value is set to false \Yaws\ will
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17 man/yaws.conf.5
@@ -562,16 +562,17 @@ when Yaws starts up. Defaults to \fIfalse\fR.
.TP
\fBpartial_post_size = Integer | nolimit\fR
When a Yaws file receives large POSTs, the amount of data received in each chunk
-is determined by the this parameter. The default value is \fI10240\fR.
+is determined by the this parameter. The default value is \fI10240\fR. Setting
+it to nolimit is potentially dangerous.
.TP
\fBdav = true | false\fR
Turns on the DAV protocol for this server. The dav support in Yaws is highly
limited. If dav is turned on, .yaws processing of .yaws pages is turned
-off. Default is \fIfalse\fR. Setting it to nolimit is potentially
-dangerous. The socket read timeout is supplied by the keepalive_timeout setting.
-If the read is not done within the timeout, the POST will fail.
+off. Default is \fIfalse\fR. The socket read timeout is supplied by the
+keepalive_timeout setting. If the read is not done within the timeout, the POST
+will fail.
.TP
\fBtilde_expand = true|false\fR
@@ -813,10 +814,10 @@ web-browser to explicitly target Yaws as its proxy server.
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\fBservername = Name\fR
-If we're virthosting everal servers and want to force a server to match specific
-Host: headers we can do this with the "servername" directive. This name doesn't
-necessarily have to be the same as the the name inside <server Name> in certain
-NAT scenarios. Rarely used feature.
+If we're virthosting several servers and want to force a server to match
+specific Host: headers we can do this with the "servername" directive. This name
+doesn't necessarily have to be the same as the the name inside <server Name> in
+certain NAT scenarios. Rarely used feature.
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\fBphp_handler = <Type, Spec>\fR

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