[Seaside] Seaside as backend of apache

Martin Beck martin.beck at hpi.uni-potsdam.de
Mon Mar 12 23:48:22 UTC 2007

However, another possiblity would be to use FastCGI. There exists a package on 
SqueakMap and squeaksource.com: fcgi. Unfortunately Apache doesn't seem to 
support fastcgi by its newest version 2.2 (although there is a development 
package), but with e.g. Lighttpd you can get enormous speed advantages. The 
reason for this is, that you bypass the WAKom, which isn't known as to be 
very fast... ;) I plan to implement the scgi protocol in this package, too. 
This way, even the usage of apache shouldn't be any obstacle anymore...
Am Montag 12 März 2007 20:44:21 schrieb Lukas Renggli:
> > In the image transcript I can also see that /seaside/ is concatenating
> > more than once.
> >
> >     any clue on what is wrong?
> I think you forgot to set #serverPath (Seaside 2.7 and later) or
> #baseUrl: (older versions of Seaside) in your application
> configuration. I don't think you need to specify ProxyPassReverse,
> however since I always use RewriteRules for proxying I am not entirely
> sure.
> Cheers,
> Lukas

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