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From jwberger <jwberge...@hotmail.com>
Subject Re: [users@httpd] Running Multiple Windows Services on port 8080
Date Tue, 30 Sep 2008 19:55:49 GMT

They are bound to one interface.  I did see all the info on the Virtual host
and got it working.  My issue is that since they are different sites, if I
do maintenance on one site and have to stop the service then all sites are
down and I cannot have that. This is why I was trying to setup different
services.  Also I am limited to port 8080 because we will be using the BEA
Weblogic Plug-in to proxy back to our WL servers and we have established
only port 8080 is allowed to come through our firewall to talk to the WL
servers.

John


Brian Mearns-2 wrote:
> 
> You /can/ run multiple sites from different IP addresses on the same
> or different ports, using virtual hosts, which are well documented in
> apache. It basically just allows you to use custom configurations
> depending on which IP address is accessed. So for instance, you could
> have a different DocumentRoot for each ip address, which will quite
> effectively give you different sites.
> 
> Do you actually have different network interfaces for each ip address?
> Or do they all map to the same interface? If they're distinct
> interfaces, I don't see any reason you couldn't set up a different
> service for each one, but then again, I have no idea how to do it. If
> they're all just a single network interface, then I'm pretty certain
> it's not possible. This would pretty much defeat the purpose of a
> port, which is to map a specific network connection to a specific
> process.
> 
> But it sounds like virtual hosts might be sufficient for what you
> need. You don't actually need different apache services to run
> different sites at the same time.
> 
> Hope that helps.
> -Brian
> 
> On Tue, Sep 30, 2008 at 3:36 PM, jwberger <jwberger28@hotmail.com> wrote:
>>
>> I am novice when it comes to Apache.  I have installed 2.2.9 on a Windows
>> 2003 server and can get it to run fine.  The server has one NIC with
>> three
>> IP addresses bound to it.  In installed Apache as a Windows service and
>> edited the httpd.conf file so that the server listened on port 8080.  I
>> would like each IP address to run a different site on port 8080 and I
>> would
>> like each site to have its own Windows service so that I can individually
>> shut down a site.  Is this possible?  It seems like if I start just one
>> service I can hit each IP at port 8080 and they all work.  Can you assist
>> me
>> in what I am doing wrong.
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