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Pound Is Up! Apache2 Is Down!
beno <zope(at)2012.vi>
2006-08-05 18:18:31 [ FULL ]
Hi;
I couldn't find a good example of a pound.cfg script, but I think this 
is all I need:

ListenHTTP
 Address 0.0.0.0
 Port    80
 End
End

Pound's up and running with that, but just one little bitty problem. To 
what port should Apache2 be listening??
TIA,
beno

Re: [Pound Mailing List] Pound Is Up! Apache2 Is Down!
Jacques Caron <jc(at)oxado.com>
2006-08-05 18:26:25 [ FULL ]
Hi,

At 18:18 05/08/2006, beno wrote:[...]

Have you looked at the EXAMPLES section of the pound manpage?
[...]

Not quite. You need to define servers as well, otherwise pound won't 
know what to do with the requests...
[...]

The one you tell pound to send the requests to.

Jacques.

Re: [Pound Mailing List] Pound Is Up! Apache2 Is Down!
beno <zope(at)2012.vi>
2006-08-05 18:39:59 [ FULL ]
Jacques Caron wrote:[...]
Makes sense. However, on the home page, it speaks against using BackEnd, 
so I'm confused. I should be sending to the back end? For example, I 
have Apache2, Squid and Zope/VHM. Should I send requests directly to 
Zope like this?

Service
                  BackEnd
                      Address 192.168.0.10
                      Port    8080
                  End
              End

That's a Zope port (of course). And how do I determine the IP address? 
And if I have Pound using that port, how do I configure Zope, or Apache2 
for that matter, if Pound is using port 80?[...][...][...]
Could you give an example?
Thank you for your clarification.
beno

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