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Re: Running separate dev/prod modperl environments

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  • Stas Bekman
    ... Absolutely. Just run the two instances on different ports. If you have the Practical mod_perl book [1] refer to the section: Running More than One
    Message 1 of 2 , Aug 1, 2004
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      Nathan L. Kugland wrote:
      > Hi all,
      >
      > I'm working on a mason/modperl project that needs separate development
      > and production environments. I only have one machine to work with, and
      > I've realized that using a single httpd process for both of these sites
      > (with my current VirtualHost config) will probably result in some
      > unhealthy memory sharing between the dev and prod sites. Both codebases
      > are mirrors of each other, i.e. the perl package name spaces are
      > identical in both environments.
      >
      > Any thoughts on how best to separate these sites on the same machine? An
      > obvious solution would be to make a separate install of apache, but that
      > seems overkill, since all I need (I think) to fully separate the
      > environments at the apache level is a) separate instances of the httpd
      > process, and b) separate httpd.conf settings (which I already have). Is
      > it feasible to do it with a single apache installation?

      Absolutely. Just run the two instances on different ports. If you have
      the "Practical mod_perl" book [1] refer to the section:

      Running More than One mod_perl Server on the Same Machine

      in chapter 12: Server Setup Strategies

      [1] http://modperlbook.org/

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