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19.6. mod_auth_db

The mod_auth_db module allows user authentication using Berkeley-style DB files. Its directives override any core authentication directives specified.

AuthDBAuthor...

AuthDBAuthor... AuthDBAuthoritative on|off

[Within <Directory>, or .htaccess]

Decides at which level authentication and authorization can be performed. If off is specified, and there is no user ID matching the requester, authentication and authorization are passed to lower-level modules, which allow access to their respective content based on individual settings. The default is on.

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AuthDBGroupFile

AuthDBGroupFile filename

[Within <Directory>, or .htaccess]

Specifies the group filename as a Berkeley DB-style file, either as a fully qualified filename or relative to ServerRoot. For example:

AuthDBGroupFile /www/admin/.groupdb

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AuthDBUserFile

AuthDBUserFile filename

[Within <Directory>, or .htaccess]

Specifies the file that contains a list of users and passwords for user authentication, using either as a fully qualified filename or a pathname relative to the ServerRoot. For example:

AuthDBUserFile /WWW/Admin/.passwddb

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