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Old 6th September 2015
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Default Apache to Httpd

Nice simple transition...
Very easy to configure httpd.conf
Fits our virtual static public site needs very well.

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Old 7th September 2015
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httpd is developed by OpenBSD development team.
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Old 7th September 2015
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True. I set up an Openbsd with httpd+mariadb+php5.
Httpd was fast to configure.

The only surprise i got was that i couldn't connect to mysql through php.
The problem was that the mysql socket was outside the httpd chroot and php-mysqli was looking for that socket (because i used 'localhost' as host).
I changed 'localhost' to in order to use the network instead of the socket.

I spent some times figuring this out. Although this problem was answered on #misc and some other forum, i though i would add it here too.
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