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comment Installing and configuring Zend Framework 2 server-wide [Ubuntu] and test driving ZendSkeletonApplication
Problem was resolved by setting up ZF2_PATH in httpd.conf. Thanks!
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comment Installing and configuring Zend Framework 2 server-wide [Ubuntu] and test driving ZendSkeletonApplication
Thank you for your answer. Is both PHP include_path and Apache environment variables necessary? Also, not being incredibly familiar with Apache2 mod_env, how do I go around to setting this up server-wide? I assume .htaccess is a good for individual vhost configuration, is it? (It's the only way I've used .htaccess before...).
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comment Serving Meteor on main domain and Apache on subdomain independently
Also, I found a very interesting thread here: github.com/meteor/meteor/issues/159 - there might be a --binding=ip param in a future update of Meteor. Does not solve the problem in the "here and now", but nice to know I'm not alone with these kind of issues.
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comment Serving Meteor on main domain and Apache on subdomain independently
Thanks for your help!!! Just did the dig. Here are the results: pastebin.com/GPAdy2d2
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Attempted to bind both servers to different IP addesses (main with IPv4, sub with IPv6) with mixed results.
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comment Serving Meteor on main domain and Apache on subdomain independently
I have tried with 2 IP adresses, but got very strange results (see my update).
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revised Serving Meteor on main domain and Apache on subdomain independently
Attempted to bind both servers to different IP addesses (main with IPv4, sub with IPv6) with mixed results.
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comment Serving Meteor on main domain and Apache on subdomain independently
Thank you very much for your feedback. Really appreciated. I'll try to proxy with Apache, but with the kind of results I got from Nginx, I'm a little skeptical... I'll post my result back here.
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comment Serving Meteor on main domain and Apache on subdomain independently
Excellent point! But I'm trying to avoid the multiple IPs solution... Also, this is the Meteor server I'm talking about: meteor.com/main Is there any other workaround beside going with multiple IPs?
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