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## /etc/lighttpd/lighttpd.conf
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## check /etc/lighttpd/conf.d/*.conf for the configuration of modules.
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## Some Variable definition which will make chrooting easier.
##
## if you add a variable here. Add the corresponding variable in the
## chroot example aswell.
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var.log_root = "/var/log/lighttpd"
var.server_root = "/srv/www"
var.state_dir = "/var/run"
var.home_dir = "/var/lib/lighttpd"
var.conf_dir = "/etc/lighttpd"
##
## run the server chrooted.
##
## This requires root permissions during startup.
##
## If you run Chrooted set the the variables to directories relative to
## the chroot dir.
##
## example chroot configuration:
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#var.log_root = "/logs"
#var.server_root = "/"
#var.state_dir = "/run"
#var.home_dir = "/lib/lighttpd"
#var.vhosts_dir = "/vhosts"
#var.conf_dir = "/etc"
#
#server.chroot = "/srv/www"
##
## Some additional variables to make the configuration easier
##
##
## Base directory for all virtual hosts
##
## used in:
## conf.d/evhost.conf
## conf.d/simple_vhost.conf
## vhosts.d/vhosts.template
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var.vhosts_dir = server_root + "/vhosts"
##
## Cache for mod_compress
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## used in:
## conf.d/compress.conf
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var.cache_dir = "/var/cache/lighttpd"
##
## Base directory for sockets.
##
## used in:
## conf.d/fastcgi.conf
## conf.d/scgi.conf
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var.socket_dir = home_dir + "/sockets"
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## Load the modules.
include "modules.conf"
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## Basic Configuration
## ---------------------
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server.port = 80
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## Use IPv6?
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server.use-ipv6 = "enable"
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## bind to a specific IP
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#server.bind = "localhost"
##
## Run as a different username/groupname.
## This requires root permissions during startup.
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server.username = "lighttpd"
server.groupname = "lighttpd"
##
## enable core files.
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#server.core-files = "disable"
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## Document root
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server.document-root = server_root + "/htdocs"
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## The value for the "Server:" response field.
##
## It would be nice to keep it at "lighttpd".
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#server.tag = "lighttpd"
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## store a pid file
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server.pid-file = state_dir + "/lighttpd.pid"
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## Logging Options
## ------------------
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## all logging options can be overwritten per vhost.
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## Path to the error log file
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server.errorlog = log_root + "/error.log"
##
## If you want to log to syslog you have to unset the
## server.errorlog setting and uncomment the next line.
##
#server.errorlog-use-syslog = "enable"
##
## Access log config
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include "conf.d/access_log.conf"
##
## The debug options are moved into their own file.
## see conf.d/debug.conf for various options for request debugging.
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include "conf.d/debug.conf"
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## Tuning/Performance
## --------------------
##
## corresponding documentation:
## https://redmine.lighttpd.net/projects/lighttpd/wiki/Docs_Performance
##
## set the event-handler (read the performance section in the manual)
##
## possible options on linux are:
##
## select
## poll
## linux-sysepoll
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## linux-sysepoll is recommended on kernel 2.6.
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server.event-handler = "linux-sysepoll"
##
## The basic network interface for all platforms at the syscalls read()
## and write(). Every modern OS provides its own syscall to help network
## servers transfer files as fast as possible
##
## sendfile - is recommended for small files.
## writev - is recommended for sending many large files
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server.network-backend = "sendfile"
##
## As lighttpd is a single-threaded server, its main resource limit is
## the number of file descriptors, which is set to 1024 by default (on
## most systems).
##
## If you are running a high-traffic site you might want to increase this
## limit by setting server.max-fds.
##
## Changing this setting requires root permissions on startup. see
## server.username/server.groupname.
##
## By default lighttpd would not change the operation system default.
## But setting it to 2048 is a better default for busy servers.
##
server.max-fds = 2048
##
## listen-backlog is the size of the listen() backlog queue requested when
## the lighttpd server ask the kernel to listen() on the provided network
## address. Clients attempting to connect() to the server enter the listen()
## backlog queue and wait for the lighttpd server to accept() the connection.
##
## The out-of-box default on many operating systems is 128 and is identified
## as SOMAXCONN. This can be tuned on many operating systems. (On Linux,
## cat /proc/sys/net/core/somaxconn) Requesting a size larger than operating
## system limit will be silently reduced to the limit by the operating system.
##
## When there are too many connection attempts waiting for the server to
## accept() new connections, the listen backlog queue fills and the kernel
## rejects additional connection attempts. This can be useful as an
## indication to an upstream load balancer that the server is busy, and
## possibly overloaded. In that case, configure a smaller limit for
## server.listen-backlog. On the other hand, configure a larger limit to be
## able to handle bursts of new connections, but only do so up to an amount
## that the server can keep up with responding in a reasonable amount of
## time. Otherwise, clients may abandon the connection attempts and the
## server will waste resources servicing abandoned connections.
##
## It is best to leave this setting at its default unless you have modelled
## your traffic and tested that changing this benefits your traffic patterns.
##
## Default: 1024
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#server.listen-backlog = 128
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## Stat() call caching.
##
## lighttpd can utilize FAM/Gamin to cache stat call.
##
## possible values are:
## disable, simple or fam.
##
server.stat-cache-engine = "simple"
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## Fine tuning for the request handling
##
## max-connections == max-fds/2 (maybe /3)
## means the other file handles are used for fastcgi/files
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server.max-connections = 1024
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## How many seconds to keep a keep-alive connection open,
## until we consider it idle.
##
## Default: 5
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#server.max-keep-alive-idle = 5
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## How many keep-alive requests until closing the connection.
##
## Default: 16
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#server.max-keep-alive-requests = 16
##
## Maximum size of a request in kilobytes.
## By default it is unlimited (0).
##
## Uploads to your server cant be larger than this value.
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#server.max-request-size = 0
##
## Time to read from a socket before we consider it idle.
##
## Default: 60
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#server.max-read-idle = 60
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## Time to write to a socket before we consider it idle.
##
## Default: 360
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#server.max-write-idle = 360
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## Traffic Shaping
## -----------------
##
## see /usr/share/doc/lighttpd/traffic-shaping.txt
##
## Values are in kilobyte per second.
##
## Keep in mind that a limit below 32kB/s might actually limit the
## traffic to 32kB/s. This is caused by the size of the TCP send
## buffer.
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## per server:
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#server.kbytes-per-second = 128
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## per connection:
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#connection.kbytes-per-second = 32
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## Filename/File handling
## ------------------------
##
## files to check for if .../ is requested
## index-file.names = ( "index.php", "index.rb", "index.html",
## "index.htm", "default.htm" )
##
index-file.names += (
"index.xhtml", "index.html", "index.htm", "default.htm", "index.php"
)
##
## deny access the file-extensions
##
## ~ is for backupfiles from vi, emacs, joe, ...
## .inc is often used for code includes which should in general not be part
## of the document-root
url.access-deny = ( "~", ".inc" )
##
## disable range requests for pdf files
## workaround for a bug in the Acrobat Reader plugin.
##
$HTTP["url"] =~ "\.pdf$" {
server.range-requests = "disable"
}
##
## url handling modules (rewrite, redirect)
##
#url.rewrite = ( "^/$" => "/server-status" )
#url.redirect = ( "^/wishlist/(.+)" => "http://www.example.com/$1" )
##
## both rewrite/redirect support back reference to regex conditional using %n
##
#$HTTP["host"] =~ "^www\.(.*)" {
# url.redirect = ( "^/(.*)" => "http://%1/$1" )
#}
##
## which extensions should not be handle via static-file transfer
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## .php, .pl, .fcgi are most often handled by mod_fastcgi or mod_cgi
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static-file.exclude-extensions = ( ".php", ".pl", ".fcgi", ".scgi" )
##
## error-handler for all status 400-599
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#server.error-handler = "/error-handler.html"
#server.error-handler = "/error-handler.php"
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## error-handler for status 404
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#server.error-handler-404 = "/error-handler.html"
#server.error-handler-404 = "/error-handler.php"
##
## Format: <errorfile-prefix><status-code>.html
## -> ..../status-404.html for 'File not found'
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#server.errorfile-prefix = "/srv/www/htdocs/errors/status-"
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## mimetype mapping
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include "conf.d/mime.conf"
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## directory listing configuration
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include "conf.d/dirlisting.conf"
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## Should lighttpd follow symlinks?
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server.follow-symlink = "enable"
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## force all filenames to be lowercase?
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#server.force-lowercase-filenames = "disable"
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## defaults to /var/tmp as we assume it is a local harddisk
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server.upload-dirs = ( "/var/tmp" )
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## SSL Support
## -------------
##
## To enable SSL for the whole server you have to provide a valid
## certificate and have to enable the SSL engine.::
##
## ssl.engine = "enable"
## ssl.pemfile = "/path/to/server.pem"
##
## The HTTPS protocol does not allow you to use name-based virtual
## hosting with SSL. If you want to run multiple SSL servers with
## one lighttpd instance you must use IP-based virtual hosting: ::
##
## Mitigate CVE-2009-3555 by disabling client triggered renegotation
## This is enabled by default.
##
## IMPORTANT: this setting can only be used in the global scope.
## It does *not* work inside conditionals
##
# ssl.disable-client-renegotiation = "enable"
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## $SERVER["socket"] == "10.0.0.1:443" {
## ssl.engine = "enable"
## ssl.pemfile = "/etc/ssl/private/www.example.com.pem"
## #
## # (Following SSL/TLS Deployment Best Practices 1.3 / 17 September 2013 from:
## # https://www.ssllabs.com/projects/best-practices/index.html)
## # - BEAST is considered mitigaed on client side now, and new weaknesses have been found in RC4,
## # so it is strongly advised to disable RC4 ciphers (HIGH doesn't include RC4)
## # - It is recommended to disable 3DES too (although disabling RC4 and 3DES breaks IE6+8 on Windows XP,
## # so you might want to support 3DES for now - just remove the '!3DES' parts below).
## # - The examples below prefer ciphersuites with "Forward Secrecy" (and ECDHE over DHE (alias EDH)), remove '+kEDH +kRSA'
## # if you don't want that.
## # - SRP and PSK are not supported anyway, excluding those ('!kSRP !kPSK') just keeps the list smaller (easier to review)
## # Check your cipher list with: openssl ciphers -v '...' (use single quotes as your shell won't like ! in double quotes)
## #
## # If you know you have RSA keys (standard), you can use:
## ssl.cipher-list = "aRSA+HIGH !3DES +kEDH +kRSA !kSRP !kPSK"
## # The more generic version (without the restriction to RSA keys) is
## # ssl.cipher-list = "HIGH !aNULL !3DES +kEDH +kRSA !kSRP !kPSK"
## #
## # Make the server prefer the order of the server side cipher suite instead of the client suite.
## # This option is enabled by default, but only used if ssl.cipher-list is set.
## #
## # ssl.honor-cipher-order = "enable"
## #
## server.name = "www.example.com"
##
## server.document-root = "/srv/www/vhosts/example.com/www/"
## }
##
## If you have a .crt and a .key file, cat them together into a
## single PEM file:
## $ cat /etc/ssl/private/lighttpd.key /etc/ssl/certs/lighttpd.crt \
## > /etc/ssl/private/lighttpd.pem
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#ssl.pemfile = "/etc/ssl/private/lighttpd.pem"
##
## optionally pass the CA certificate here.
##
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#ssl.ca-file = ""
##
## and the CRL revocation list here.
##
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#ssl.ca-crl-file = ""
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## custom includes like vhosts.
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#include "conf.d/config.conf"
#include "/etc/lighttpd/vhosts.d/*.conf"
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