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From "Yaakov Chaikin" <>
Subject Re: [users@httpd] Configuring multiple instances of apache on the same machine
Date Sun, 22 Jul 2007 23:02:05 GMT
> It's relatively trivial if you do it in the simplest way:
> Configure/compile/install with different --prefix's each time (meaning
> one instance lives entirely under /usr/local/apache2a, another under
> /usr/local/apache2b, etc). Then the only thing you need to do is
> adjust the Listen directive to tell the correct IP-address/port.

Well, I don't want to go THAT trivial. :-)

> If you want to share an httpd binary or do other tricky stuff like
> that, then you have to be careful that the different instances don't
> share some crucial files like LockFile.

Do you have instructions on how to get this setup accomplished? Can
someone provide those or provide a URL that would explain this?


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