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From "Daniel McBrearty" <danielmcbrea...@gmail.com>
Subject using light/heavy apache
Date Fri, 01 Dec 2006 08:49:34 GMT
Hi

I saw a longish article on the site a while back that described how to
deploy a site so that a lightweight apache instance serves static
files, while s seperate server handles mod_perl stuff. Can't seem to
find it back though.

I'm in the the process of rewriting my site using catalyst, but also I
realised that a lot of content can just be static files, so this makes
sense. I guess the lightweight server needs to be able to identify
content that is for mod_perl by the uri, so one way might be to serve
all active content from something like (www.engoi.com/active/... ).
But, as the first part of the uri will normally be the user language,
( www.engoi.com/en/ ...) I'd rather not do it like that.

Just wondering what my options are in configuring this. Can anyone
point me at useful links, or give some hints?

thank you.

Daniel

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Daniel McBrearty
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