[Seaside] Starting a site
janko.mivsek at eranova.si
Wed Aug 22 14:23:07 UTC 2007
Andres Fortier wrote:
> thanks Janko, it works like a charm. Now, have a doubt: if I try
> accessing the site in the old way (http://localhost:8001/...) it doesn't
> work anymore; is there a way to configure the site (or the server) to
> listen to both the ip and localhost?
Yes, you can add one or more aliasese to the Swazoo Site. And not only
hostname aliases but a whole host:ip:port combination. And that's what
you need to do in your case:
1. SwazooServer stop
2. inspect your Site
3. yourSite addAlias:
(SiteIdentifier host:'localhost' ip:'127.0.0.1' port: 8001)
4. SwazooServer start
If you inspect now a SwazooServer singleton servers, you'll now see two
HTTPServers serving on two ip:port combinations but for the same Site!
> Thanks again,
> Janko Mivšek escribió:
>> Hi Andrés,
>> Andres Fortier wrote:
>>> Hi list,
>>> First of all I must say that my knowledge in networks is very
>>> limited, so maybe this is well-known in the community.
>>> I've finally finished my simple site, put it in the server and tested
>>> it via http://localhost:8001/...
>>> Now, the strange thing is that if I try to access it by using the
>>> server ip (http://xxx.yyy.zzz.www:8001/...) it doesn't work. I've
>>> been told by the guys in tech suport that the server was only hearing
>>> in the localhost interface and that I should set it up to listen in
>>> all the other interfaces. Any ideas how to solve this? I'm using
>>> Seaside with Swazoo on VW.
>> Try to do something like this:
>> 1. SwazooServer stop.
>> 2. Inspect SwazooServer singleton sites and in your site inspect
>> 3. set host:ip:port: combination accordingly. For instance:
>> host: 'www.mysite.com'
>> ip: 'xxx.yyy.zzz.www'
>> port: 8001
>> 4. if necessary put in hosts file on your computer:
>> xxx.yyy.zzz.www www.mysite.com
>> I hope that helps
>> Best regards
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