http_status(5)


NAME
     http_status - HTTP status numbers and their meanings

DESCRIPTION
     These are the HTTP  status  numbers  defined  in  http.h  in  the  source
     directory,  /usr/local/src/httpdxxx.   The message you see on your screen
     when a page cannot be accessed is normally generated by your browser.

     HTTP_STATUS_OK                  200
     HTTP_STATUS_CREATED             201
     HTTP_STATUS_ACCEPTED            202
     HTTP_STATUS_NO_CONTENT          204
     HTTP_STATUS_MOVED_PERM          301
     HTTP_STATUS_MOVED_TEMP          302
     HTTP_STATUS_NOT_MODIFIED        304
     HTTP_STATUS_USE_PROXY           305
     HTTP_STATUS_BAD_REQUEST         400
     HTTP_STATUS_UNAUTHORIZED        401
     HTTP_STATUS_FORBIDDEN           403
     HTTP_STATUS_NOT_FOUND           404
     HTTP_STATUS_METHOD_NOT_ALLOWED  405
     HTTP_STATUS_PROXY_AUTH_REQRD    407
     HTTP_STATUS_LENGTH_REQUIRED     411
     HTTP_STATUS_SERVER_ERROR        500
     HTTP_STATUS_NOT_IMPLEMENTED     501
     HTTP_STATUS_BAD_GATEWAY         502
     HTTP_STATUS_SERVICE_UNAVAILABLE 503
     HTTP_STATUS_GATEWAY_TIMEOUT     504
     HTTP_STATUS_UNSUPPORTED_VERSION 505


FILES

     /usr/local/src/httpdxxx/http.h

SEE ALSO
     The definitive source of information on the HTTP protocol  is  the  World
     Wide Web Consortium web page at http://www.w3c.org .

     A draft version of the HTTP 1.1 specification is available on the  Minix1
     websites.   For  more  information  on  status  codes  go  to  this  URL:
     http://minix1.woodhull.com/http11.html#Status-Codes

AUTHOR
     The Minix httpd server was created by and is maintained by Michael Temari
     <Michael@TemWare.Com>

     Man page compiled by Al Woodhull <asw@woodhull.com>


VERSION NOTE
     This man page is applicable to Minix 2 and Minix 3 releases through Minix
     3.1.2a. This page was not part of the standard set of man pages for Minix
     releases through Minix 3.1.2a.