[Seaside] How to deploy Seaside VisualWorks behing Apache
wouter at cosmocows.com
Thu Oct 18 08:55:55 UTC 2007
Over here we don't use the cgi or cgi-perl gateway but apache mod_proxy.
Configure your httpd.conf with:
ProxyPass /yourapp/ http://ip_of_your_internal_swazoo:port/
ProxyPassReverse /yourapp/ http://ip_of_your_internal_swazoo:port/
in your <VirtualHost> section. And have the mod_proxy (in apache 2.0
or 2.2the proxy, proxy_connect and proxy_http) modules enabled.
On 10/11/07, Maarten Mostert <maarten.mostert at wanadoo.fr> wrote:
> I have a VW-seaside application which I want to run on a dedicated remote
> server with Fedora 5, Cpanel and Apache 1.3.
> I stripped my image to headless (avoiding the X console error) and this
> responds nicely on my localhost XP box and starts correctly on the remote
> According to the Seaside Faq: "You can run Seaside under VisualWorks
> behind Apache using either the the CGI gateway or the CGI Perl Interface."
> it furhter indicates numerous reasons why this does not work out of the box
> under 7.3.
> Is this still true under 7.5 ?.
> If I understood well this server subject brings me back to the Webserver
> config documentation on page 87 which gives a sample installation for Linux
> Apache stating:
> To install the gateway for use with Apache 1.3 running under RedHat 7.1:
> 1 Login as root.
> 2 Copy the Linux CGI gateway (/waveserver/waverelays/cgi/linux86/cgi2vw)
> to the /var/www/cgi-bin directory.
> As I hardly understand anything here I try to follow the documentation for
> as far as I can.
> My problem now is that I don't have a /var/www/cgi-bin directory, so where
> should I copy this <relay> file ?
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