Question 3) Cert-XK0-002 – CompCert: Linux+

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Objective : Configuration
SubObjective : Configure basic server network services

Single Answer Multiple Choice

 

Which Apache directive is used to specify the type and severity of errors encountered by the Apache server?

 

 

  1. ErrorLog
  2. LogError
  3. LogLevel
  4. SetErrorLog

 

 

 

Answer:
C. LogLevel

 

Tutorial:
The LogLevel directive is used to set the type and severity of errors encountered by the Apache server. The following errors encountered by the Apache server during data processing are logged by default in the error_log file:Emerg: This error type indicates an emergency. The system stops functioning during an emergency.Alert: This error type is also an error demanding attention and requires immediate user action.Crit: This error type signifies a critical system condition.Error: This error type reports a general error condition that may affect the proper functioning of an application without hampering the overall functioning of the system.Notice: This error type is a lower priority notification to the user and alerts the user to system-generated events.Info: This error type is a lower priority notification to the user and provides the user with system-related information.Debug: This error type displays the debug-level system generated messages.

The ErrorLog directive is used to configure the name of the file to which the Apache server will write the error messages.

There are no Apache core module directives referred to as LogError and SetErrorLog.

 

Reference:
Core-Apache HTTP server, LogLevel Directive, http://httpd.apache.org/docs/2.0/mod/core.html#loglevel
Log Files- Apache HTTP server, Error Log, http://httpd.apache.org/docs/1.3/logs.html

 

These questions are derived from the Transcender Practice Test for the CompTIA Linux+ certification exam.

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