[rt-users] Move web port

Aaron Guise aaron at guise.net.nz
Tue Apr 2 18:33:52 EDT 2013



You need to add another LISTEN Directive to httpd.conf. At
the moment it will be a single LISTEN 80. You'd need to add 8080 and
then configure a virtualhost similar to this. 

Mind it may need a bit
of tweaking as only bashed that out from memory. 

<VirtualHost *:8080>

ServerName www.example.com:8080
 Redirect 301 /




aaron at guise.net.nz

On 2013-04-03 11:26, John Buell wrote: 

> Right,
except that I've already "released it to the public" with 8080, so I was
just trying to find a quick way to do a redirect. A second VirtualHost
listening on 8080 and serving a single web page with a redirect to 80
would seem to me to be the way to do it, or is there another way? 
John Buell 
> Systems Administrator 
> Country Samper LLC 
(630) 762-7806 
> FROM: Aaron Guise [mailto:aaron at guise.net.nz] 
SENT: Tuesday, April 02, 2013 5:11 PM
> TO: John Buell
[rt-users] Move web port 
> Hi John, 
> The general idea is that
you would configure a virtualhost on apache as per the guides. This
would then be listening on port 80 by default. You would then shutdown
the built in/standalone server you are currently running on port 8080.
This would then mean you can access your RT on port 80 via Apache once
your vhost is setup correctly. 
> --- 
> On 2013-04-03 11:06, John Buell
>> I am using the Plack server, but if I'm reading everything
correctly, I should be disabling *THAT* and modify the Apache config
files to be doing the web service at port 80? Then I could use a
VirtualHost directive in an Apache config file on 8080 that redirects to
80, right?
>> John Buell
>> Systems Administrator
>> Country
Samper LLC
>> (630) 762-7806
>> -----Original Message-----

>> From: rt-users-bounces at lists.bestpractical.com
[mailto:rt-users-bounces at lists.bestpractical.com] On Behalf Of Kevin
>> Sent: Tuesday, April 02, 2013 2:58 PM
>> To:
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>> On Tue, Apr 02, 2013 at 06:33:30PM +0000, John Buell wrote:
I've been using a stock Ubuntu 12.04 system for hosting rt. I'm at a
point where I think I'd like to get rid of apache/apache2 and whatever
else might be running, and let rt run on port 80 (until now it's been on
port 8080). Is there a way to allow rt to listen on both, or redirect
traffic from 8080 to 80 after I shut down and disable apache?
>> How
are you running RT? Normally, RT runs in conjunction with apache.
You certainly can run it standalone for small installs using just a
plack server. I suggest having a look at the deployment docs and
figuring out your current configuration.
http://bestpractical.com/rt/docs/latest/web_deployment.html [1]

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