[rt-devel] Re: Howto for running two instances of webrt on one machine
Christian.Kurz at planNET.de
Wed Apr 4 04:14:04 EDT 2001
On 01-04-04 Jesse wrote:
> On Wed, Apr 04, 2001 at 10:03:25AM +0200, Christian Kurz wrote:
> > On 01-04-03 Jesse wrote:
> > > Apache/mod_perl doesn't actually really sandbox virtual hosts properly.
> > > There's not too much I can do about it. If someone else wants to look
> > > at what it would take to get the speedycgi or fastcgi handlers into place,
> > > that could also be a solution to this problem.
> > So I would either have to get the two instance of apache running and
> > then work around the other problems to get two instance of rt on one
> > host running?
> It's really not that hard. It took me about 10 minutes the first time.
> Besides running seperate apache instances, you just need to put your
> two copies of RT in two seperate directories and point them at two different
> databases on your mysql/postgresql/oracle server.
Which is still difficult, since I use the debian package of rt
currently. So I would either have to create second package rt and use
other dirs in it, because the files are split over / (config in /etc,
binaries in /usr and databases in /var). Also that way I would have to
create a second database, name it different and make sure that the
second rt process only access that one. I think that's a lot of work and
lot of points for failures, so either having two rt's on two different
hosts or one rt and then use the acl's would sound like a lot less work
Christian Kurz http://www.planNET.de
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