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From Jason Lane <ja...@root10.net>
Subject Re: Cocoon hosting config hints
Date Mon, 07 Jun 2004 12:55:43 GMT
This is great, thanks .... Yes I'd looked at proxying, looks very cool.


On 7 Jun 2004, at 13:29, Upayavira wrote:

> adrian.dimulescu@free.fr wrote:
>
>>
>> Upayavira wrote:
>>
>>> Run them with Apache in front (see 
>>> wiki.cocoondev.org?Page=ApacheModProxy). With Apache virtual 
>>> hosting, you can do clever stuff to proxy requests to the correct 
>>> Cocoon instance.
>>>
>>> We have at any one time two or three versions of our webapp running, 
>>> each in their own Cocoon webapp, with mod_proxy and mod_rewrite 
>>> switching between different versions for different clients.
>>>
>>> If you need to handle lots of sites, and want to use the same 
>>> Cocoon, check out the host selector.
>>
>>
>> Hello,
>>
>> I am equally wondered by the cool possibilities of proxying, yet 
>> there remains the great problem of cookies being dependant on webapp 
>> path.
>>
>> How do you get around that one ?
>
> Use local domain names. It is a hack, but it works.
>
> So, in my /etc/hosts I have:
> www.v1.1.mysite.com
> www.v1.2.mysite.com
> all pointing to the local server.
> Then, Jetty mounts those domain names.
>
> So long as you remember to do ProxyPassReverse to handle redirects, 
> you can have multiple webapps, mounted on different (internal only) 
> domain names, with no session cookie trouble. Works a treat.
>
> Actually, I have:
> www.host1.v1.1.mysite.com
> www.host2.v1.1.mysite.com
> www.host1.v1.2.mysite.com
> www.host2.v1.2.mysite.com
> etc, etc. (Then add wap. and pda. you get a lot of options), so that 
> there's load balancing going on.
>
> I've got a script that generates an httpd.conf file (included into 
> httpd.conf itself), jetty config files, /etc/hosts files, and a number 
> of rewriteMap files.
>
> Clever stuff really.
>
> Hope that helps.
>
> Regards, Upayavira
>
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Jason Lane

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