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From "David Burry" <dbu...@tagnet.org>
Subject Re: Advanced Mass Hosting Module
Date Fri, 14 Mar 2003 09:04:57 GMT
You and someone else said the same thing.  I currently have a setup where we
run several hundred vhosts (all individually specified) without issue, I'll
have to remember this if it ever grows to thousands.  Thanks.  With the lack
of a more powerful vhost-alias type thing, I'll probably have to vhost-alias
all the "standard" bare bones configs, and list out the anomalies
separately....

Dave

----- Original Message -----
From: "Mads Toftum" <mads@toftum.dk>
To: <dev@httpd.apache.org>
Sent: Friday, March 14, 2003 12:55 AM
Subject: Re: Advanced Mass Hosting Module


> On Thu, Mar 13, 2003 at 04:55:19PM -0800, David Burry wrote:
> > These are neat ideas.  At a few companies I've worked for we already do
> > similar things but we have scripts that generate the httpd.conf files
> > and distribute them out to the web servers and gracefully restart.
> > Adding a new web server machine to the mix is as simple as adding the
> > host name to the distribution script.
> >
> This only works when you have a limited number of vhosts - if you were
> to run thousands of vhosts on each machine, then mod_vhost_alias
> (or mod_rewrite) is currently the only way to go. A module like this
> could provide a nice compromise between the flexibility of using
> httpd.conf to specify each vhost and the "speed" of vhost_alias.
>
> vh
>
> Mads Toftum
> --
> `Darn it, who spiked my coffee with water?!' - lwall
>


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