The important thing to do is to leave the original web gui alone and add your configuration around it.
Best approach is to make sure that you've got stable SSH access and backup the original httpd.conf and ssl.conf which are in /app/etc/httpd/conf
Then make your changes to httpd.conf and test them before applying them.
I included the following at the top of my httpd.conf to remind me. # Test Command # /opt/apache/bin/apachectl configtest # # Restart Command # /opt/apache/bin/apachectl restart #
If you find editing using vi to be a pain in the neck then add the following to your /raid/sys/smb.conf [httpd] comment = root browseable = yes guest only = no path = /app/etc/httpd read only = no create mask = 0777 directory mask = 0777 force create mode = 0777 force directory mode = 0777 force user = root map acl inherit = no inherit acls = no inherit permissions = no map archive = no map hidden = no
You'll may find that you need to do the following as well but how much you change it will depend on how much memory you have. I've got 512 and these changes work really well. ## Server-Pool Size Regulation (MPM specific) # prefork MPM <IfModule prefork.c> # StartServers 5 # MinSpareServers 5 # MaxSpareServers 10 # MaxClients 150 # MaxRequestsPerChild 0 StartServers 8 MinSpareServers 5 MaxSpareServers 20 MaxClients 250 MaxRequestsPerChild 1000 </IfModule>
Apart from that i can't help you much because your config will be specific to your requirements.