[aida] Deploying application to server

Nicholas Moore nicholas.moore at tsr-i.com
Thu Aug 11 14:01:25 CEST 2011


That's great Janko, running as root and setting them all to port 80 was 
what I had not figured out.

Thanks a lot.

Nicholas

On 11/08/11 13:46, Janko Mivšek wrote:
> Hi Nicholas,
>
> S, Nicholas Moore piše:
>
>> I have been using Apache and virtual hosts to redirect incoming requests
>> to the various sites in an image (each of which is listed in my hosts
>> file with a name and port). If I remove Apache, how do I tell Swazoo to
>> redirect to the various sites?
> First you need to run the image as root if you are on Linux. Root is
> namely needed to run on port 80. This has security implications of
> course, so be careful. Chroot jail is one of possible protection here.
>
> Then you simply set host:ip:port: of your sites accordingly. Let me
> explain by concrete example of my hosting of Aida and Swazoo websites,
> which are both run from same image and on same public IP. Those two
> sites are set with:
>
>    (AIDASite named: 'aida-site')
> 	host: 'www.aidaweb.si' ip: 'hosting-biart.eranova.si' port: 80.
>
>    (AIDASite named: 'swazoo-site')
> 	host: 'www.swazoo.org' ip: 'hosting-biart.eranova.si' port: 80.
>
> All those DNS names must be registered on some DNS server. Just
> registering them in hosts file is not enough for serving outside your
> machine.
>
> hosting-biart.eranova.si is the public IP for hosting mostly customer
> BiArt (commercial product) websites, from there that name, but also many
> public websites. Currently 70 websites are open on this image, 20 of
> them enabled, around 10 pretty active.
>
> Hope this help.
>
> Best regards
> Janko
>
>
>> Nicholas
>>
>> On 08/08/11 13:29, Janko Mivšek wrote:
>>> Hi Martin
>>>
>>> S, Martin Polák piše:
>>>
>>>> Other story is the way, how Aida with Swazoo act as server. I like it much more than Seaside's Kom with for example Apache. Now I have only Pharo image with Aida on my server and I'm perfectly able to handle all that virtual names stuff completely with Smalltalk via VNC. That's a big difference with my Seaside deployment scenario, where I must handle all this configuration by editing Apache's config files to create proxy to the Seaside's image. And that's really boring.
>>> Virtual serving of many Aida websites together with static content is
>>> indeed very neat and useful feature. You can deploy a new site in a
>>> minute! Even a whole image can be deployed by just loading the code and
>>> setting host:ip:port: combo in few minutes.
>>>
>>> On VisualWorks Swazoo works great as a standalone web server while on
>>> Pharo it seems that a "Sockets not closing" [1] bug can have problems.
>>> But Pharo guys are aware of it and hopelly they will resolve it soon. I
>>> also need Swazoo on Pharo working well, so cosider that problem almost
>>> solved :)
>>>
>>> What will be very nice contribution would be an article, something like
>>> "Deploying Aida in the Cloud". As a blog post or as a docs page on our
>>> website. What do you think?
>>>
>>>
>>> [1] http://forum.world.st/Sockets-don-t-close-100-CPU-tt3648046.html
>>>
>>> Best regards
>>> Janko
>>>
>> -- 
>>
>> *Nicholas Moore*
>>
>>
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