Difference between

In the RT config file, what is the difference between $DatabaseHost and
$DatabaseRTHost? They both have the same initial value of localhost. Why
are there two values?

The latter one is important for setups with RT server and RT’s DB on
different hosts.On 12/14/06, John Arends jarends@uiuc.edu wrote:

In the RT config file, what is the difference between $DatabaseHost and
$DatabaseRTHost? They both have the same initial value of localhost. Why
are there two values?


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Best regards, Ruslan.

In the RT config file, what is the difference between $DatabaseHost
and $DatabaseRTHost? They both have the same initial value of
localhost. Why are there two values?

DatabaseHost is "where should RT find the database"
DatabaseRTHost is “where should the database expect RT to be coming
from?”

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I’m not sure I understand the difference from your explanation. If RT’s
database is on an external host, I’d want to use $DatabaseHost with the
value of the database server’s hostname.

So what is $DatabaseRTHost?

Ruslan Zakirov wrote:

I’m not sure I understand the difference from your explanation. If RT’s
database is on an external host, I’d want to use $DatabaseHost with the
value of the database server’s hostname.

So what is $DatabaseRTHost?
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Are you setting up RT and its DB on different hosts?

Ruslan Zakirov wrote:

The latter one is important for setups with RT server and RT’s DB on
different hosts.

In the RT config file, what is the difference between $DatabaseHost and
$DatabaseRTHost? They both have the same initial value of localhost. Why
are there two values?


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Best regards, Ruslan.

Yes. The database will be on a different host than RT. So
$DatabaseRTHost is the host that RT is running on and is used for
security? While $DatabaseHost is the host that the database is running on

Ruslan Zakirov wrote:> On 12/15/06, John Arends jarends@uiuc.edu wrote:

I’m not sure I understand the difference from your explanation. If RT’s
database is on an external host, I’d want to use $DatabaseHost with the
value of the database server’s hostname.

So what is $DatabaseRTHost?
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Are you setting up RT and its DB on different hosts?

Ruslan Zakirov wrote:

The latter one is important for setups with RT server and RT’s DB on
different hosts.

On 12/14/06, John Arends jarends@uiuc.edu wrote:

In the RT config file, what is the difference between $DatabaseHost
and
$DatabaseRTHost? They both have the same initial value of
localhost. Why
are there two values?


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