[TAG] Re: Running Apache and AOLServer Together
jimregan at o2.ie
Sun Jan 15 21:25:11 MSK 2006
Martin O'Sullivan wrote:
> Hi Jimmy
> this sounds like something you would know the answer to.
Short answer, no. I'm cc:ing the Answer Gang -- someone might have done
something similarly insane once :)
> Running Apache and AOLServer Together
> I want to do the following
> Run two web sites off one server using two different http daemons
> 1 Apache listening on port 80
> 2 AOLServer listening on port 8080
> The apache server will be accessed by using url http://s1.com
> The AOLServer will be accessed by using url http://s2.com
> The Names s1.com and s2.com are pointing at the same IP Address.
> If apache gets a request for www.s1.com it deals with it.
> If apache gets a request for www.s2.com it says not for me and
> Reads its proxy entry, which tells it go to AOLServer on port 8080
> The Proxy stuff is working on apache.
> Problem apache won't do this for me (I not sure if this scenario is even
> My entry in the apache conf file is as follows.
> ProxyRequests Off
> <Proxy *>
> Order deny,allow
> Allow from all
> ProxyPass /s1.com http://s1.com:80/
> ProxyPass /s2.com http://s2.com:8080/
> Why such a ridiculous set-up (Very long story)
> I know about apache Virtual Hosting option but can't use it in this
> Can anyone help?
> It has been posted to the following forum
> Martin O'Sullivan
> Tel: +353878289243
> fax: +3538758289243
> web: http://martinri.freeshell.org
> E-mail martin_osullivan at vodafone.ie
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