Personal Web Sharing DNS issue?

Hello All,
Had a quick question, when I browse to personal websharing from outside my network I can see the apache test page just fine by accessing by IP address, however when I attempt to browse to folder below home (for example http://66.44.55.123/directory ) it tried to lookup the site at location http://imac.local.
imac.local being the name of the machine. Any reason directories below home are attempted to lookup by the local machine name instead of the IP?
Also when I access the machine by ip with /~username it works just fine, if I try to access /~username/directory, I have the same problem. Any help would be much appreciated.

Because you're not submitting a complete URL.
The correct format for a URL that points to a directory is:
http://a.b.c.d/directory/ not http://a.b.c.d/directory (note the trailing slash.
when the incorrect URL is submitted, Apache sends a redirect to the correct URL (the one with the trailing /). In order to do this Apache needs to know the complete hostname of your machine. If it hasn't been told what hostname to use, it uses a local lookup of the local host and comes back with the 'imac.local'.
The solution is to edit the apache configuration file at /etc/httpd/httpd.conf and set the ServerName directive:
ServerName your.servername.com or ServerName a.b.c.d.

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    2009-01-16 11:50:11.715 -0800 Information 520 J R’s Computer Administrator disconnected: "fmsadmin" (192.168.1.88).
    2009-01-16 11:50:12.530 -0800 Information 412 J R’s Computer FileMaker Database Engine stopped.
    2009-01-16 11:50:12.531 -0800 Information 490 J R’s Computer FileMaker Server stopped.
    2009-01-16 12:05:07.028 -0800 Information 162 J R’s Computer Starting FileMaker Server 9.0v1 (06-18-2007)...
    2009-01-16 12:05:07.044 -0800 Information 657 J R’s Computer Client access logging disabled.
    2009-01-16 12:05:07.058 -0800 Information 178 J R’s Computer Maximum size of log file: 40 MB
    2009-01-16 12:05:07.065 -0800 Information 658 J R’s Computer Email notification to administrators: None
    2009-01-16 12:05:07.066 -0800 Information 174 J R’s Computer Statistics logging disabled.
    2009-01-16 12:05:07.068 -0800 Information 606 J R’s Computer Default database location: filemac:/Macintosh HD/Library/FileMaker Server/Data/Databases/
    2009-01-16 12:05:07.069 -0800 Information 622 J R’s Computer Additional database folder: Disabled
    2009-01-16 12:05:07.070 -0800 Information 620 J R’s Computer Runtime Solutions custom database extensions: Disabled
    2009-01-16 12:05:07.071 -0800 Information 434 J R’s Computer Default backup location: filemac:/Macintosh HD/Library/FileMaker Server/Data/Backups/
    2009-01-16 12:05:07.072 -0800 Information 602 J R’s Computer Administrator authentication method: Require no password
    2009-01-16 12:05:07.074 -0800 Information 498 J R’s Computer Secure (SSL) Network Encryption: Disabled
    2009-01-16 12:05:07.079 -0800 Information 614 J R’s Computer Maximum number of client connections permitted by FileMaker Server License: 250
    2009-01-16 12:05:07.080 -0800 Information 616 J R’s Computer Maximum number of Web Publishing Engine sessions permitted by FileMaker Server License : 100
    2009-01-16 12:05:07.106 -0800 Information 677 J R’s Computer XDBC connections are allowed by this FileMaker Server license.
    2009-01-16 12:05:07.108 -0800 Information 679 J R’s Computer IWP connections are allowed by this FileMaker Server license.
    2009-01-16 12:05:07.130 -0800 Information 74 J R’s Computer Maximum number of files to host: 50
    2009-01-16 12:05:07.131 -0800 Information 112 J R’s Computer The cache will flush every 1 minutes.
    2009-01-16 12:05:07.203 -0800 Information 466 J R’s Computer File list filtering: Disabled
    2009-01-16 12:05:07.218 -0800 Information 500 J R’s Computer Client authentication method: FileMaker accounts only
    2009-01-16 12:05:07.266 -0800 Information 596 J R’s Computer Disconnect idle clients disabled.
    2009-01-16 12:05:07.331 -0800 Information 492 J R’s Computer Sample statistics every 15 seconds.
    2009-01-16 12:05:07.345 -0800 Information 532 J R’s Computer Automatic updates disabled.
    2009-01-16 12:05:07.375 -0800 Information 406 J R’s Computer Starting FileMaker Database Engine...
    2009-01-16 12:05:07.377 -0800 Information 472 J R’s Computer Server scheduling enabled.
    2009-01-16 12:05:07.827 -0800 Information 637 J R’s Computer Open files without consistency check: Disabled
    2009-01-16 12:05:07.829 -0800 Information 116 J R’s Computer Server host name type: System
    2009-01-16 12:05:07.830 -0800 Information 613 J R’s Computer Maximum number of client connections configured in FileMaker Server: 250
    2009-01-16 12:05:07.832 -0800 Information 615 J R’s Computer Maximum number of Web Publishing Engine sessions configured in FileMaker Server : 100
    2009-01-16 12:05:08.037 -0800 Information 166 J R’s Computer Database cache size: 64 MB.
    2009-01-16 12:05:08.040 -0800 Information 608 J R’s Computer XDBC connections are not allowed.
    2009-01-16 12:05:08.056 -0800 Information 408 J R’s Computer FileMaker Database Engine started.
    2009-01-16 12:05:11.047 -0800 Information 486 J R’s Computer FileMaker Server started.
    2009-01-16 12:05:11.065 -0800 Information 418 J R’s Computer Opening database "FMServer_Sample"...
    2009-01-16 12:05:11.423 -0800 Information 184 J R’s Computer Opened database "FMServer_Sample".
    2009-01-16 12:05:35.063 -0800 Information 518 J R’s Computer Administrator connected: "fmsadmin" (192.168.1.88).
    2009-01-16 12:46:01.114 -0800 Information 488 J R’s Computer Stopping FileMaker Server...
    2009-01-16 12:46:01.287 -0800 Information 488 J R’s Computer Stopping FileMaker Server...
    2009-01-16 12:46:01.289 -0800 Information 410 J R’s Computer Stopping FileMaker Database Engine...
    2009-01-16 12:46:01.676 -0800 Information 140 J R’s Computer Closing database "FMServer_Sample"...
    2009-01-16 12:46:01.685 -0800 Information 168 J R’s Computer Database "FMServer_Sample" closed.
    2009-01-16 12:46:02.201 -0800 Information 412 J R’s Computer FileMaker Database Engine stopped.
    2009-01-16 12:46:02.214 -0800 Information 490 J R’s Computer FileMaker Server stopped.
    2009-01-16 13:03:06.108 -0800 Information 162 J R’s Computer Starting FileMaker Server 9.0v1 (06-18-2007)...
    2009-01-16 13:03:06.143 -0800 Information 657 J R’s Computer Client access logging disabled.
    2009-01-16 13:03:06.144 -0800 Information 178 J R’s Computer Maximum size of log file: 40 MB
    2009-01-16 13:03:06.145 -0800 Information 658 J R’s Computer Email notification to administrators: None
    2009-01-16 13:03:06.145 -0800 Information 174 J R’s Computer Statistics logging disabled.
    2009-01-16 13:03:06.146 -0800 Information 606 J R’s Computer Default database location: filemac:/Macintosh HD/Library/FileMaker Server/Data/Databases/
    2009-01-16 13:03:06.147 -0800 Information 622 J R’s Computer Additional database folder: Disabled
    2009-01-16 13:03:06.148 -0800 Information 620 J R’s Computer Runtime Solutions custom database extensions: Disabled
    2009-01-16 13:03:06.377 -0800 Information 434 J R’s Computer Default backup location: filemac:/Macintosh HD/Library/FileMaker Server/Data/Backups/
    2009-01-16 13:03:06.379 -0800 Information 602 J R’s Computer Administrator authentication method: Require no password
    2009-01-16 13:03:06.385 -0800 Information 498 J R’s Computer Secure (SSL) Network Encryption: Disabled
    2009-01-16 13:03:06.526 -0800 Information 614 J R’s Computer Maximum number of client connections permitted by FileMaker Server License: 250
    2009-01-16 13:03:06.578 -0800 Information 616 J R’s Computer Maximum number of Web Publishing Engine sessions permitted by FileMaker Server License : 100
    2009-01-16 13:03:06.623 -0800 Information 677 J R’s Computer XDBC connections are allowed by this FileMaker Server license.
    2009-01-16 13:03:06.667 -0800 Information 679 J R’s Computer IWP connections are allowed by this FileMaker Server license.
    2009-01-16 13:03:06.701 -0800 Information 74 J R’s Computer Maximum number of files to host: 50
    2009-01-16 13:03:06.752 -0800 Information 112 J R’s Computer The cache will flush every 1 minutes.
    2009-01-16 13:03:06.802 -0800 Information 466 J R’s Computer File list filtering: Disabled
    2009-01-16 13:03:06.838 -0800 Information 500 J R’s Computer Client authentication method: FileMaker accounts only
    2009-01-16 13:03:06.876 -0800 Information 596 J R’s Computer Disconnect idle clients disabled.
    2009-01-16 13:03:06.933 -0800 Information 492 J R’s Computer Sample statistics every 15 seconds.
    2009-01-16 13:03:06.948 -0800 Information 532 J R’s Computer Automatic updates disabled.
    2009-01-16 13:03:07.018 -0800 Information 406 J R’s Computer Starting FileMaker Database Engine...
    2009-01-16 13:03:07.058 -0800 Information 472 J R’s Computer Server scheduling enabled.
    2009-01-16 13:03:07.869 -0800 Information 637 J R’s Computer Open files without consistency check: Disabled
    2009-01-16 13:03:07.871 -0800 Information 116 J R’s Computer Server host name type: System
    2009-01-16 13:03:07.902 -0800 Information 613 J R’s Computer Maximum number of client connections configured in FileMaker Server: 250
    2009-01-16 13:03:07.916 -0800 Information 615 J R’s Computer Maximum number of Web Publishing Engine sessions configured in FileMaker Server : 100
    2009-01-16 13:03:08.106 -0800 Information 166 J R’s Computer Database cache size: 64 MB.
    2009-01-16 13:03:08.108 -0800 Information 608 J R’s Computer XDBC connections are not allowed.
    2009-01-16 13:03:08.127 -0800 Information 408 J R’s Computer FileMaker Database Engine started.
    2009-01-16 13:03:11.466 -0800 Information 486 J R’s Computer FileMaker Server started.
    2009-01-16 13:03:11.643 -0800 Information 418 J R’s Computer Opening database "FMServer_Sample"...
    2009-01-16 13:03:14.089 -0800 Information 184 J R’s Computer Opened database "FMServer_Sample".
    2009-01-16 13:03:42.578 -0800 Information 518 J R’s Computer Administrator connected: "fmsadmin" (192.168.1.88).
    2009-01-16 13:13:38.892 -0800 Information 488 J R’s Computer Stopping FileMaker Server...
    2009-01-16 13:13:39.043 -0800 Information 488 J R’s Computer Stopping FileMaker Server...
    2009-01-16 13:13:39.101 -0800 Information 410 J R’s Computer Stopping FileMaker Database Engine...
    2009-01-16 13:13:39.310 -0800 Information 140 J R’s Computer Closing database "FMServer_Sample"...
    2009-01-16 13:13:39.397 -0800 Information 168 J R’s Computer Database "FMServer_Sample" closed.
    2009-01-16 13:13:40.156 -0800 Information 412 J R’s Computer FileMaker Database Engine stopped.
    2009-01-16 13:13:40.170 -0800 Information 490 J R’s Computer FileMaker Server stopped.
    2009-01-16 13:20:11.976 -0800 Information 162 J R’s Computer Starting FileMaker Server 9.0v1 (06-18-2007)...
    2009-01-16 13:20:12.003 -0800 Information 657 J R’s Computer Client access logging disabled.
    2009-01-16 13:20:12.062 -0800 Information 178 J R’s Computer Maximum size of log file: 40 MB
    2009-01-16 13:20:12.063 -0800 Information 658 J R’s Computer Email notification to administrators: None
    2009-01-16 13:20:12.065 -0800 Information 174 J R’s Computer Statistics logging disabled.
    2009-01-16 13:20:12.066 -0800 Information 606 J R’s Computer Default database location: filemac:/Macintosh HD/Library/FileMaker Server/Data/Databases/
    2009-01-16 13:20:12.067 -0800 Information 622 J R’s Computer Additional database folder: Disabled
    2009-01-16 13:20:12.069 -0800 Information 620 J R’s Computer Runtime Solutions custom database extensions: Disabled
    2009-01-16 13:20:12.071 -0800 Information 434 J R’s Computer Default backup location: filemac:/Macintosh HD/Library/FileMaker Server/Data/Backups/
    2009-01-16 13:20:12.074 -0800 Information 602 J R’s Computer Administrator authentication method: Require no password
    2009-01-16 13:20:12.076 -0800 Information 498 J R’s Computer Secure (SSL) Network Encryption: Disabled
    2009-01-16 13:20:12.150 -0800 Information 614 J R’s Computer Maximum number of client connections permitted by FileMaker Server License: 250
    2009-01-16 13:20:12.152 -0800 Information 616 J R’s Computer Maximum number of Web Publishing Engine sessions permitted by FileMaker Server License : 100
    2009-01-16 13:20:12.210 -0800 Information 677 J R’s Computer XDBC connections are allowed by this FileMaker Server license.
    2009-01-16 13:20:12.235 -0800 Information 679 J R’s Computer IWP connections are allowed by this FileMaker Server license.
    2009-01-16 13:20:12.248 -0800 Information 74 J R’s Computer Maximum number of files to host: 50
    2009-01-16 13:20:12.282 -0800 Information 112 J R’s Computer The cache will flush every 1 minutes.
    2009-01-16 13:20:12.283 -0800 Information 466 J R’s Computer File list filtering: Disabled
    2009-01-16 13:20:12.285 -0800 Information 500 J R’s Computer Client authentication method: FileMaker accounts only
    2009-01-16 13:20:12.286 -0800 Information 596 J R’s Computer Disconnect idle clients disabled.
    2009-01-16 13:20:12.287 -0800 Information 492 J R’s Computer Sample statistics every 15 seconds.
    2009-01-16 13:20:12.291 -0800 Information 532 J R’s Computer Automatic updates disabled.
    2009-01-16 13:20:12.293 -0800 Information 406 J R’s Computer Starting FileMaker Database Engine...
    2009-01-16 13:20:12.294 -0800 Information 472 J R’s Computer Server scheduling enabled.
    2009-01-16 13:20:12.866 -0800 Information 637 J R’s Computer Open files without consistency check: Disabled
    2009-01-16 13:20:12.867 -0800 Information 116 J R’s Computer Server host name type: System
    2009-01-16 13:20:12.868 -0800 Information 613 J R’s Computer Maximum number of client connections configured in FileMaker Server: 250
    2009-01-16 13:20:12.869 -0800 Information 615 J R’s Computer Maximum number of Web Publishing Engine sessions configured in FileMaker Server : 100
    2009-01-16 13:20:12.940 -0800 Information 166 J R’s Computer Database cache size: 64 MB.
    2009-01-16 13:20:12.942 -0800 Information 608 J R’s Computer XDBC connections are not allowed.
    2009-01-16 13:20:12.961 -0800 Information 408 J R’s Computer FileMaker Database Engine started.
    2009-01-16 13:20:15.438 -0800 Information 486 J R’s Computer FileMaker Server started.
    2009-01-16 13:20:15.526 -0800 Information 418 J R’s Computer Opening database "FMServer_Sample"...
    2009-01-16 13:20:16.961 -0800 Information 184 J R’s Computer Opened database "FMServer_Sample".
    2009-01-16 13:20:57.630 -0800 Information 518 J R’s Computer Administrator connected: "fmsadmin" (192.168.1.88).
    2009-01-16 15:15:32.269 -0800 Information 488 J R’s Computer Stopping FileMaker Server...
    2009-01-16 15:15:32.808 -0800 Information 488 J R’s Computer Stopping FileMaker Server...
    2009-01-16 15:15:32.904 -0800 Information 410 J R’s Computer Stopping FileMaker Database Engine...
    2009-01-16 15:15:32.905 -0800 Information 140 J R’s Computer Closing database "FMServer_Sample"...
    2009-01-16 15:15:32.906 -0800 Information 168 J R’s Computer Database "FMServer_Sample" closed.
    2009-01-16 15:15:33.258 -0800 Information 412 J R’s Computer FileMaker Database Engine stopped.
    2009-01-16 15:15:33.272 -0800 Information 490 J R’s Computer FileMaker Server stopped.
    2009-01-16 15:17:07.306 -0800 Information 162 J R’s Computer Starting FileMaker Server 9.0v1 (06-18-2007)...
    2009-01-16 15:17:07.361 -0800 Information 657 J R’s Computer Client access logging disabled.
    2009-01-16 15:17:07.405 -0800 Information 178 J R’s Computer Maximum size of log file: 40 MB
    2009-01-16 15:17:07.406 -0800 Information 658 J R’s Computer Email notification to administrators: None
    2009-01-16 15:17:07.417 -0800 Information 174 J R’s Computer Statistics logging disabled.
    2009-01-16 15:17:07.521 -0800 Information 606 J R’s Computer Default database location: filemac:/Macintosh HD/Library/FileMaker Server/Data/Databases/
    2009-01-16 15:17:07.540 -0800 Information 622 J R’s Computer Additional database folder: Disabled
    2009-01-16 15:17:07.563 -0800 Information 620 J R’s Computer Runtime Solutions custom database extensions: Disabled
    2009-01-16 15:17:07.862 -0800 Information 434 J R’s Computer Default backup location: filemac:/Macintosh HD/Library/FileMaker Server/Data/Backups/
    2009-01-16 15:17:07.863 -0800 Information 602 J R’s Computer Administrator authentication method: Require no password
    2009-01-16 15:17:07.935 -0800 Information 498 J R’s Computer Secure (SSL) Network Encryption: Disabled
    2009-01-16 15:17:07.979 -0800 Information 614 J R’s Computer Maximum number of client connections permitted by FileMaker Server License: 250
    2009-01-16 15:17:08.002 -0800 Information 616 J R’s Computer Maximum number of Web Publishing Engine sessions permitted by FileMaker Server License : 100
    2009-01-16 15:17:08.027 -0800 Information 677 J R’s Computer XDBC connections are allowed by this FileMaker Server license.
    2009-01-16 15:17:08.069 -0800 Information 679 J R’s Computer IWP connections are allowed by this FileMaker Server license.
    2009-01-16 15:17:08.095 -0800 Information 74 J R’s Computer Maximum number of files to host: 50
    2009-01-16 15:17:08.129 -0800 Information 112 J R’s Computer The cache will flush every 1 minutes.
    2009-01-16 15:17:08.157 -0800 Information 466 J R’s Computer File list filtering: Disabled
    2009-01-16 15:17:08.159 -0800 Information 500 J R’s Computer Client authentication method: FileMaker accounts only
    2009-01-16 15:17:08.160 -0800 Information 596 J R’s Computer Disconnect idle clients disabled.
    2009-01-16 15:17:08.161 -0800 Information 492 J R’s Computer Sample statistics every 15 seconds.
    2009-01-16 15:17:08.162 -0800 Information 532 J R’s Computer Automatic updates disabled.
    2009-01-16 15:17:08.164 -0800 Information 472 J R’s Computer Server scheduling enabled.
    2009-01-16 15:17:08.165 -0800 Information 406 J R’s Computer Starting FileMaker Database Engine...
    2009-01-16 15:17:08.827 -0800 Information 637 J R’s Computer Open files without consistency check: Disabled
    2009-01-16 15:17:08.830 -0800 Information 116 J R’s Computer Server host name type: System
    2009-01-16 15:17:08.860 -0800 Information 613 J R’s Computer Maximum number of client connections configured in FileMaker Server: 250
    2009-01-16 15:17:08.869 -0800 Information 615 J R’s Computer Maximum number of Web Publishing Engine sessions configured in FileMaker Server : 100
    2009-01-16 15:17:09.138 -0800 Information 166 J R’s Computer Database cache size: 64 MB.
    2009-01-16 15:17:09.141 -0800 Information 608 J R’s Computer XDBC connections are not allowed.
    2009-01-16 15:17:09.168 -0800 Information 408 J R’s Computer FileMaker Database Engine started.
    2009-01-16 15:17:12.485 -0800 Information 486 J R’s Computer FileMaker Server started.
    2009-01-16 15:17:12.581 -0800 Information 418 J R’s Computer Opening database "FMServer_Sample"...
    2009-01-16 15:17:13.984 -0800 Information 184 J R’s Computer Opened database "FMServer_Sample".
    2009-01-16 15:17:42.162 -0800 Information 518 J R’s Computer Administrator connected: "fmsadmin" (192.168.1.88).
    2009-01-16 16:40:28.956 -0800 Information 488 J R’s Computer Stopping FileMaker Server...
    2009-01-16 16:40:29.160 -0800 Information 488 J R’s Computer Stopping FileMaker Server...
    2009-01-16 16:40:29.207 -0800 Information 410 J R’s Computer Stopping FileMaker Database Engine...
    2009-01-16 16:40:29.475 -0800 Information 140 J R’s Computer Closing database "FMServer_Sample"...
    2009-01-16 16:40:29.536 -0800 Information 168 J R’s Computer Database "FMServer_Sample" closed.
    2009-01-16 16:40:29.955 -0800 Information 520 J R’s Computer Administrator disconnected: "fmsadmin" (192.168.1.88).
    2009-01-16 16:40:30.410 -0800 Information 412 J R’s Computer FileMaker Database Engine stopped.
    2009-01-16 16:40:30.431 -0800 Information 490 J R’s Computer FileMaker Server stopped.
    2009-01-16 16:41:31.615 -0800 Information 162 J R’s Computer Starting FileMaker Server 9.0v1 (06-18-2007)...
    2009-01-16 16:41:31.629 -0800 Information 657 J R’s Computer Client access logging disabled.
    2009-01-16 16:41:31.630 -0800 Information 178 J R’s Computer Maximum size of log file: 40 MB
    2009-01-16 16:41:31.632 -0800 Information 658 J R’s Computer Email notification to administrators: None
    2009-01-16 16:41:31.636 -0800 Information 174 J R’s Computer Statistics logging disabled.
    2009-01-16 16:41:31.659 -0800 Information 606 J R’s Computer Default database location: filemac:/Macintosh HD/Library/FileMaker Server/Data/Databases/
    2009-01-16 16:41:31.660 -0800 Information 622 J R’s Computer Additional database folder: Disabled
    2009-01-16 16:41:31.662 -0800 Information 620 J R’s Computer Runtime Solutions custom database extensions: Disabled
    2009-01-16 16:41:31.670 -0800 Information 434 J R’s Computer Default backup location: filemac:/Macintosh HD/Library/FileMaker Server/Data/Backups/
    2009-01-16 16:41:31.673 -0800 Information 602 J R’s Computer Administrator authentication method: Require no password
    2009-01-16 16:41:31.674 -0800 Information 498 J R’s Computer Secure (SSL) Network Encryption: Disabled
    2009-01-16 16:41:31.702 -0800 Information 614 J R’s Computer Maximum number of client connections permitted by FileMaker Server License: 250
    2009-01-16 16:41:31.704 -0800 Information 616 J R’s Computer Maximum number of Web Publishing Engine sessions permitted by FileMaker Server License : 100
    2009-01-16 16:41:31.706 -0800 Information 677 J R’s Computer XDBC connections are allowed by this FileMaker Server license.
    2009-01-16 16:41:31.707 -0800 Information 679 J R’s Computer IWP connections are allowed by this FileMaker Server license.
    2009-01-16 16:41:31.710 -0800 Information 74 J R’s Computer Maximum number of files to host: 50
    2009-01-16 16:41:31.711 -0800 Information 112 J R’s Computer The cache will flush every 1 minutes.
    2009-01-16 16:41:31.713 -0800 Information 466 J R’s Computer File list filtering: Disabled
    2009-01-16 16:41:31.714 -0800 Information 500 J R’s Computer Client authentication method: FileMaker accounts only
    2009-01-16 16:41:31.716 -0800 Information 596 J R’s Computer Disconnect idle clients disabled.
    2009-01-16 16:41:31.717 -0800 Information 492 J R’s Computer Sample statistics every 15 seconds.
    2009-01-16 16:41:31.718 -0800 Information 532 J R’s Computer Automatic updates disabled.
    2009-01-16 16:41:31.752 -0800 Information 406 J R’s Computer Starting FileMaker Database Engine...
    2009-01-16 16:41:31.905 -0800 Information 637 J R’s Computer Open files without consistency check: Disabled
    2009-01-16 16:41:31.906 -0800 Information 116 J R’s Computer Server host name type: System
    2009-01-16 16:41:31.908 -0800 Information 613 J R’s Computer Maximum number of client connections configured in FileMaker Server: 250
    2009-01-16 16:41:31.910 -0800 Information 615 J R’s Computer Maximum number of Web Publishing Engine sessions configured in FileMaker Server : 100
    2009-01-16 16:41:31.924 -0800 Information 472 J R’s Computer Server scheduling enabled.
    2009-01-16 16:41:32.081 -0800 Information 166 J R’s Computer Database cache size: 64 MB.
    2009-01-16 16:41:32.082 -0800 Information 608 J R’s Computer XDBC connections are not allowed.
    2009-01-16 16:41:32.102 -0800 Information 408 J R’s Computer FileMaker Database Engine started.
    2009-01-16 16:41:35.497 -0800 Information 486 J R’s Computer FileMaker Server started.
    2009-01-16 16:41:35.557 -0800 Information 418 J R’s Computer Opening database "FMServer_Sample"...
    2009-01-16 16:41:36.156 -0800 Information 184 J R’s Computer Opened database "FMServer_Sample".
    2009-01-16 16:41:55.664 -0800 Information 518 J R’s Computer Administrator connected: "fmsadmin"
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    I changed the Document Root in MAMP so that now it looks to the Personal Web Sharing folder in the Mac (the Sites folder in the /usr/ space
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