[MapProxy] deploying MapProxy with apache2 mod_fcgid (RHEL x86_64)
SSchantz at BfS.de
Thu Apr 21 10:07:27 EDT 2011
Beside of your special problem of installing mod_fastcgi, are there an
technical advantages or disadvantages using mod_fastcgi or mod_fcgid
Christian Willmes schrieb:
> just to let you know, I got it working now with mod_fcgid.
> I wrote the procedure for deployment using mod_fastcgi and for using
> mod_fcgid on an 64bit Enterprise linux system down in my blog for
> Sorry for the 'spam', but in case somebody is trying to do the same in
> the future... ;)
> Best regards,
> On 15.04.2011 08:19, Oliver Tonnhofer wrote:
>> Hi Christian,
>> On 14.04.2011, at 18:57, Christian Willmes wrote:
>>> I have a problem deploying MapProxy on an RHEL5 x86_64 Server for
>>> I do not really have knowledge about FASTCGI, I just tried to set it up
>>> like it is described in the MapProxy docs.
>>> I tryed first to use Apache2 with mod_fastcgi, which I had to compile
>>> from source, because there is no RPM for RHEL5 x86_64. On my test
>>> environment I got this working.
>>> Unfortunately it turned out, that I am not allowed to compile apache
>>> modules on the servers of our University, so I can't do this and the
>>> admins won't do it for me, the only way is to provide them an RPM,
>>> which I am not (yet) able to build myself. And the supported mod_fcgid
>>> (which the admins already installed for me) does not have the
>>> FastCgiExternalServer directive...
>>> Does somebody here know how I can deploy MapProxy with mod_fcgid ?
>> I can't help you with mod_fcgid but maybe it's helpful to see how other projects use it:
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