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Changes between Version 1 and Version 2 of LighttpdIntegration


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Timestamp:
10/27/05 09:55:09 (9 years ago)
Author:
speno@…
Comment:

got to plug scgi, right?

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  • LighttpdIntegration

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    1919In this example, TurboGears is running on port 1082, and lighttpd is running on port 80. Any HTTP request that comes in for the foo.org server is proxied to localhost:1082, and thus served up by TurboGears. Presumably (although I haven't tried this), you could let lighttpd serve up static pages by putting them in a different subdomain like "css.foo.org" or "images.foo.org". I'm sure there are also other configurations that could be tried -- perhaps someone will post them. 
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     21It's also possible to run under SCGI using lighttpd using this [http://www.cherrypy.org/wiki/ScgiWsgi CherryPy recipe] and a matching config for lighttpd.