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From Cocoon User <coc...@eng.gr>
Subject Re: Cocoon hosting - experiences?
Date Thu, 30 Jan 2003 15:48:17 GMT


tomcat 4.0.1
cocoon 2.0rc2
Apache/1.3.22 (Unix) (Red-Hat/Linux)

the server up is from the release date of cocoon 2.0rc2

we are serving 3 sites (24/7) using cocoon (wirtual hosting)
without any problem and we are almost satisfied with the performance

i notice that in this server are up and runing 3 more postnuke sites

all this time we have to restart tomcat no more than 5 times.

stavros kounis


On Thu, 30 Jan 2003, SAXESS - Hussayn Dabbous wrote:

> i'm using this combination:
>
> apache-1.3.26 (mod_jk, SSL)
> tomcat-4.1.18
> cocoon-2.0.4
> DB2-UDB-7.1
> Secureway-LDAP-3.2.1
>
> i'm serving my companies website with this. My overall
> Uptime of the site is 100% but that may not say anything,
> because the site is only running since one month.
> My site is rather simple (int terms of cocoon usage)
> at the moment. But it serves the pages dynamically
> directly from xml (the navigation is dynamically created).
>
> i'm satisfied in all aspects. But im running the service
> on my own hardware (PC/Linux), so i have no problems with
and we are
> any provider.
>
> i dont know, how problematic it is to get a provider
> to run a webapp. but that shouldn't be a big technical
> problem...
>
> Besides this i'm currently building a highly dynamic
> webapplication, that serves as a metasearch engine.
> the frontend is pure cocoon. also here im satisfied with
> the current results.
>
> regards, hussayn
>
> gv wrote:
> > Hello,
> >
> > I am curious about people's experiences with setting
> > up live Cocoon sites with a Web host:
> >
> > Any hosts that seem particularly good (or bad)?
> >
> > How about uptime for the Cocoon servlet and the
> > servlet container? Any controls for restarting if
> > needed?
> >
> > Satisfied with the version of Cocoon, Java, and
> > whatever database is provided?
> >
> > Or, are you using an ordinary Web host and pushing out
> > the Cocoon-created content as static pages?
> >
> > I'd appreciate anything you could share on this. I'm a
> > huge fan of Cocoon and am finding it very useful to
> > build sites. I'm still mostly using it to create
> > static pages, but wondering if there are brighter
> > options out there.
> >
> > Thank you,
> > John
> >
> >
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