[mapserver-users] FastCGI, MapServer and Apache on Linux
Smith, Michael ERDC-CRREL-NH
michael.smith at usace.army.mil
Wed Sep 1 10:46:33 EDT 2010
In the 2010 benchmarking effort, we are using mod_fcgid with the latest
Apache. Here are the fcgi parameters we have in our conf file
US Army Corps of Engineers
Remote Sensing/GIS Center
On 9/1/10 10:43 AM, "Nicolas Chenier" <nicolas.chenier at agr.gc.ca> wrote:
> Thank you Jeff!
> So you mean to tell me that this old tutorial is still the baseline for
> FastCGI w/ Mapserver and Apache? This was written a while back, and seems to
> be specific to Apache 1.3... Does anyone know of any modifications that need
> to be done for Apache httpd 2.2? Any other/new optimizations to the fastCGI
> On Wed, 2010-09-01 at 07:48 +0200, Jeff McKenna wrote:
>> On 10-08-31 9:44 PM, Nicolas Chenier wrote:
>>> > Good day all,
>>> > I am fairly new at this, and I am seeking help.
>>> > We are currently using a MapServer setup with Apache on Linux, supported
>>> > by Tilecache.
>>> > Due to the growing number of maps and tiles, we need to cut back on
>>> > caching as we are running out of disk space to store the tilecache.
>>> > We would like to use FastCGI to generate tiles on the fly with
>>> > MapServer, Apache and our SDE db connection, all running on Linux.
>>> > I am looking for the optimal way to get this setup, using the latest
>>> > Mapserver release with Apache2.
>>> > Is there an easy step-by-step guide on getting this setup? I have been
>>> > searching through the web, the mapserver wiki and mailing list without
>>> > I am simply looking for the optimal FastCGI configuration settings,
>>> > along with deployment instructions from scratch... doesn't have to be
>>> > too detailed but just an outline of how we should proceed... Does
>>> > anything need to be recompiled with FastCGI support, etc etc...
>>> > I really appreciate the help.
>> You will find instructions on this at:
>> If, during your MapServer/FastCGI travels, you have additional notes to
>> add to the documentation, it would be great if you could file a ticket
>> on MapServer Trac and record your additional notes there
>> (http://trac.osgeo.org/mapserver/) - if you do not have a login, create
>> one at: https://www.osgeo.org/cgi-bin/ldap_create_user.py
>> Happy travels.
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