||Defines the maximum amount of time (in seconds) that any scripting/CGI process will be allowed to run before being terminated. When a process times-out, the server will respond with HTTP error 500.
||Defines the maximum amount of time (in seconds) that a peer is allows to retain an idle connection. The timeout is reset upon each subsequent request to the server. Can be set to 0 to disable keep-alive - each peer will need to reconnect between requests.
|Max receive size
||When the server receives a request header which includes a content-length, the server will begin buffering receive chunks up to this defined "Max receive size". If the content length is specified greater than this size the request is rejected with HTTP error 413. After validation of the content-length, the parsed data is also only processed up to this size and any additional data past this size will cause an HTTP error 413.
||This field is not currently used.
|Logging / Path
||Defines the local server path where website text logging should take place.
||Allows website log file caching to be disabled, this can be useful if the server is crashing and the log file tail is being lost.
||Defines whether the site will be automaticly started when the service is started.
|Prevent image leaching
||Rejects requests by sending HTTP error 403 for all "image/" content types when the refferer is not from the referenced site.
|Allow directory indexing
||Enables/disables the browsing of directory trees through the browser. This setting is overridden when a default page is defined.