Here’s the really quick theory behind how to do this. Sorry. I’m a bit rushed
right now But this should at least get you started.
Basically, you want to setup mod_proxypass on your RT server’s main RT instance.
Then, set up two seperate RT instances on two seperate apache servers running
on high ports on your RT host. On the high-port servers, configure each
RT instance to run in whatever root directory you want it to. Then configure
mod_proxypass to hand off requests.
If you have the time once you have it running, writing up a step-by-step howto
would be greatly appreciated.
-jesseOn Tue, Mar 27, 2001 at 02:00:46PM +0200, Christian Kurz wrote:
Hi Jesse and everyone else,
has anyone a good HowTo for running two instances of webrt with
different databases and different webinterfaces on one machine? This
would be very helpful and be needed by me. Thanks for any information.
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