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Apache on different port

Discussion in 'Plesk for Linux - 8.x and Older' started by meto, May 28, 2008.

  1. meto

    meto Guest

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    Hi,

    I'd like to run Apache:)82) and lighttpd:)81) as backend servers and nginx as frontend server (using reverse proxy). Every thing work grate in test config: nginx:82 and apache:80, but if i reverse it server fails to resolve vhosts. I figured that every vhost comes with :80 port directiv in PLESK config. Here comes the question: Is it possible to reconfigure PLESK settings to other port? I've tried changing Listen to 81 and %plesk%/weebsrvmng -a, which doesn't do the thing... Maybe other solution?
     
  2. meto

    meto Guest

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    I've redirected port 80 to 82 with ipchains. Performance loss is qite big. If anybody want to see theis solution i can write a small tutorial.

    Server config is now: Frondend - nginx (fast, efficient keepalive's) Backend: Apache - (slow and boring, default for all) and Lighttpd (for very big sites).

    Req/s in Apache status before was ~100. Now Apache reports <10 req/s and Lighttpd <30 req/s.
     
  3. sosbilisim

    sosbilisim Basic Pleskian

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    Hi

    Hi;

    I wanna see your tutorial.

    Thanx
     
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