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From "Vinay Purohit" <Vinay.Puro...@trianz.com>
Subject RE: [users@httpd] Diffeerent Apache Daemon on RHEL5.1
Date Wed, 04 Jun 2008 11:34:10 GMT
 
Thanks Jet.

Can you please explain in bit more detail i.e. what do you mean by "you will also need to
make a copy of the binary if you truly want separate daemons"

\Vinay

-----Original Message-----
From: Wilda, Jet [mailto:Jet.Wilda@ChasePaymentech.com] 
Sent: Wednesday, June 04, 2008 4:48 PM
To: users@httpd.apache.org
Subject: RE: [users@httpd] Diffeerent Apache Daemon on RHEL5.1

Hi,

	We basically do approach1, however you will also need to make a copy of the binary if you
truly want separate daemons.

~Jet

________________________________________
From: Vinay Purohit [mailto:Vinay.Purohit@trianz.com]
Sent: Wednesday, June 04, 2008 12:36 AM
To: users@httpd.apache.org
Subject: [users@httpd] Diffeerent Apache Daemon on RHEL5.1

Hi All,
I would like to create different apache2.2.8 daemon on RHEL5.1 so that they can be started
and stopped without affecting each other. I do the same on windows by creating IP based virtual
server as different daemon. To achieve the same on RHEL5.1 I considered the following two
appraoches. I am incliend towards approach 1. Please suggest if approach 1 is better suited
over approach 2. Any comment ? risks ?
Approach - 1 (Virtual Servers having same IP Address but with different hostnames and port
numbers) Step 1 - Edit host file with different hostname (daemon) with same IP Address
             Like -   10.10.2.97 - redhat.apple.com
                        10.10.2.97 - vs1.apple.com
                        10.10.2.97 - vs2.apple.com .... Till n number
of daemon.
            For each virtual server configuration Step 2 - Create a new server
root folder like /usr/App/Apa1 Step 3 - Copy conf, htdocs and logs from existing main Apache
build path (/usr/App/Apa) to /usr/App/Apa1.
Step 4 - Edit httpd.conf file under /usr/App/Apa1/conf as mentioned in the steps below a.      
ServerName vs1.apple.com:90 b.       Listen 90 c.       DocumentRoot "/usr/App/Apa1/htdocs"
d.       <Directory "/usr/App/Apa1/htdocs"> e.       ServerRoot "/usr/App/Apa1"
 
Step 5 - Edit httpd-ssl.conf under /usr/App/Apa1/conf/extra as following - a.      
<VirtualHost _default_:636> b.       ServerName vs1.apple.com:636 c.      
Listen 636 d.       DocumentRoot "/usr/App/Apa1/htdocs"
Repeat step 2 to 5 for any additional virtual servers (/usr/App/Apa2.....n) with different
host/server name, server root and ports Approach - 2 (Virtual Servers having different IP
Address with different hostnames and port numbers) Step 1 - Create different virtual host
with different IP Address Step 2 - Follow the steps 2 to 5 in Approach - 1
 
\Vinay

 
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