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accepted How to compile 64 bit apache modules on CentOS?
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comment Virtualhost setup for Ruby on Rails application (mod passenger)
Hi, I have a wiki (php mediawiki base url /wiki ), and a django app (base url /) in the same virtual host, now we'd like to add redmine at /bugs - using passenger. Is it possible to set all of that up in the same virtualhost?
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comment server datetime value jumps
yep. tried reloading server, then calling only django application from the browser, time was always correct. then called PHP app and time started being off every now and then.
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comment server datetime value jumps
thanks. mod-wsgi is not using daemon mode in my case. There is a PHP application running and the python one is hooked up through WSGIScriptAlias.
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comment server datetime value jumps
those are pids of apache process that handle the requests, and the log is printed by the web application to a file
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