Virtual server RT


#1

Hi everyone!

Has anyone tried to install RT in a Apache virtual setup?

I have looked in the code, and all the paths to code, templates etc are hard coded and not relative to either user root paths, to a main config path or an Apache ENV variable.

I intend to propose RT as part of a package of services to customers, but the only simple way to do that right now, is for every customer to have their own machine, which is costly.

Right now I am considering going for a VMware type of solution instead of chrooted user environment since I am only installing this stuff and not maintaining it afterward, simpler is better.

Any idea on the subject, would be greatly appreciated.

Sincerely,

Marc Villeneuve


#2

If every virtual server points to a different rt instance’s cgi directory,
it should be just fine. I routinely run 4 or 5 instances on one box.

    -jOn Tue, Jan 02, 2001 at 10:28:32AM -0500, Marc Villeneuve wrote:

Hi everyone!

Has anyone tried to install RT in a Apache virtual setup?

I have looked in the code, and all the paths to code, templates etc are hard coded and not relative to either user root paths, to a main config path or an Apache ENV variable.

I intend to propose RT as part of a package of services to customers, but the only simple way to do that right now, is for every customer to have their own machine, which is costly.

Right now I am considering going for a VMware type of solution instead of chrooted user environment since I am only installing this stuff and not maintaining it afterward, simpler is better.

Any idea on the subject, would be greatly appreciated.

Sincerely,

Marc Villeneuve

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