[Seaside] Seaside on EC2 Amazon Service

Nick Ager nick.ager at gmail.com
Tue Oct 18 20:26:04 UTC 2011

> I got access to SeaSide on my Amazon EC2 instance by opening port 8080 and
> hitting Swazoo
> I'm sure I'm all wrong, somehow, with doing this, but it was nice to
> see that I actually do have end to end connectivity to my Seaside code
> running on EC2. What if I just ran Swazoo on port 80? Would that be bad?

Debugging FastCGI problems isn't easy. You add a 'debug' directive to Nginx
and examine the log file.

You can always use Nginx to as the font-end server; then delegate to Swazoo
on 8080.

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