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    Part I:  mod_perl Administration
      Chapter 1.  Introducing CGI and mod_perl
      Section 1.1.  A Brief History of CGI
      Section 1.2.  The Apache 1.3 Server Model
      Section 1.3.  The Development of mod_perl 1.0
      Section 1.4.  Apache 1.3 Request Processing Phases
      Section 1.5.  References
      Chapter 2.  Getting Started Fast
      Section 2.1.  Installing mod_perl 1.0 in Three Steps
      Section 2.2.  Installing mod_perl on Unix Platforms
      Section 2.3.  Configuring and Starting the mod_perl Server
      Section 2.4.  Installing mod_perl for Windows
      Section 2.5.  Preparing the Scripts Directory
      Section 2.6.  A Sample Apache::Registry Script
      Section 2.7.  A Simple mod_perl Content Handler
      Section 2.8.  Is This All We Need to Know About mod_perl?
      Section 2.9.  References
      Chapter 3.  Installing mod_perl
      Section 3.1.  Configuring the Source
      Section 3.2.  Building mod_perl (make)
      Section 3.3.  Testing the Server (make test)
      Section 3.4.  Installation (make install)
      Section 3.5.  Installation Scenarios for Standalone mod_perl
      Section 3.6.  Building mod_perl with Other Components
      Section 3.7.  Installing mod_perl with the Interactive Shell
      Section 3.8.  Installing mod_perl on Multiple Machines
      Section 3.9.  Installation into a Nonstandard Directory
      Section 3.10.  How Can I Tell if mod_perl Is Running?
      Section 3.11.  General Notes
      Section 3.12.  References
      Chapter 4.  mod_perl Configuration
      Section 4.1.  Apache Configuration
      Section 4.2.  mod_perl Configuration
      Section 4.3.  The Startup File
      Section 4.4.  Apache Configuration in Perl
      Section 4.5.  Validating the Configuration Syntax
      Section 4.6.  The Scope of mod_perl Configuration Directives
      Section 4.7.  Apache Restarts Twice
      Section 4.8.  Enabling Remote Server Configuration Reports
      Section 4.9.  Tips and Tricks
      Section 4.10.  Configuration Security Concerns
      Section 4.11.  General Pitfalls
      Section 4.12.  References
      Chapter 5.  Web Server Control, Monitoring, Upgrade, and Maintenance
      Section 5.1.  Starting the Server in Multi-Process Mode
      Section 5.2.  Starting the Server in Single-Process Mode
      Section 5.3.  Using kill to Control Processes
      Section 5.4.  Using apachectl to Control the Server
      Section 5.5.  Validating Server Configuration
      Section 5.6.  Setuid root Startup Scripts
      Section 5.7.  Preparing for Machine Reboot
      Section 5.8.  Upgrading a Live Server
      Section 5.9.  Three-Tier Server Scheme: Development, Staging, and Production
      Section 5.10.  Web Server Monitoring
      Section 5.11.  Server Maintenance Chores
      Section 5.12.  References
      Chapter 6.  Coding with mod_perl in Mind
      Section 6.1.  Before You Start to Code
      Section 6.2.  Exposing Apache::Registry Secrets
      Section 6.3.  Namespace Issues
      Section 6.4.  Perl Specifics in the mod_perl Environment
      Section 6.5.  CHECK and INIT Blocks
      Section 6.6.  Apache::Registry Specifics
      Section 6.7.  Transition from mod_cgi Scripts to Apache Handlers
      Section 6.8.  Loading and Reloading Modules
      Section 6.9.  Handling the "User Pressed Stop Button" Case
      Section 6.10.  Handling Server Timeout Cases and Working with $SIG{ALRM}
      Section 6.11.  Generating Correct HTTP Headers
      Section 6.12.  Method Handlers: The Browse and See, Browse and View Example
      Section 6.13.  References

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