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From "Sheryl" <gubyd...@his.com>
Subject Re: [users@httpd] Can I have 2 httpd servers running on 2 different ports?
Date Wed, 24 Feb 2010 17:49:38 GMT
bob wrote:

> Just give the servers different names. apache2 and
> apache2-different_port. Means you have to compile each server with that
> name and your server with the not 80 address will have a different
> Listen port in the httpd.conf file.

Compiling individually is not necessary.  We run dozens of servers off one
compile.

Instead, just have a different directory for each instance.  For instance

/usr/local/apache -- where you install your software

/opt/server1 -- first server
    bin, build, error, icons, include, lib, man, manual, modules,
mime-types, magic are links to equivalent in /usr/local/apache
    cgi-bin, conf, htdocs, logs are directories; conf should be a copy of
/usr/local/apache/conf

/opt/server2 -- set up the same way

Edit /opt/servername/conf/httpd.conf and replace all occurrences of
/usr/local/apache with /opt/servername/apache

Then when you start up use -d /opt/servername/apache -f
/opt/servername/apache/conf in addition to any other flags you'd pass
apachectl.

Sheryl


> Start the server with
> /usr/local/apache2-different_port/bin/apachectl start. The nice thing
> about doing this is that you can put different things in different
> servers - say a light server with not much added and then a server with
> php and mod-perl to do other things.
>
> bob
>
> Aruna Gummalla wrote:
>> Hi,
>>
>> Can I have 2 httpd servers running on 2 different ports? If so, what
>> is the configuration change that i need to do.
>>
>> I tried running apachectl start with different port numbers in
>> httpd.conf. But it says httpd already running.
>>
>> Please let me know. Thanks in advance.
>>
>> Thanks & Regards,
>> Aruna.
>>
>
>
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