Alvaro Lopez Ortega | 7 Sep 22:44 2007
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Cherokee Guardian landed in trunk

Hi folks!

I have just committed r912 with a little new binary target for 0.6.
Follows the ChangeLog entry:

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2007-09-07  Alvaro Lopez Ortega  <alvaro <at> alobbs.com>

	* cherokee/main_guardian.c, cherokee/Makefile.am: The Cherokee
	guardian is a new binary that takes care of launching the server
	and looking after it. If the server dies, the guardian will launch
	a new instance of the server.
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And here is a little example:

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# cherokee-guardian &
Cherokee Web Server 0.6.0 (Aug 29 2007): Listening on port 80, TLS disabled
  IPv6 enabled, using epoll, 1024 fds system limit, max. 507 connections
  5 threads, 206 fds per thread, standard scheduling policy

# ps fax | grep cherokee
21925 pts/5    S+     0:00  |   \_ ./cherokee-guardian
21926 pts/5    Sl+    0:00  |       \_ /usr/sbin/cherokee

# kill 21926

Server PID=21926 exited re=0
Cherokee Web Server 0.6.0 (Aug 29 2007): Listening on port 80, TLS disabled
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Fernando Ramirez | 15 Sep 07:38 2007
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Hola cherokee + webalizer

  Alguien  podria indicarme como poner a funcionar webalizer con cherokee.


  Gracias

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Jose Luis Rivas Contreras | 15 Sep 08:23 2007
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Re: Hola cherokee + webalizer

Fernando Ramirez wrote:
>   Alguien  podria indicarme como poner a funcionar webalizer con cherokee.
> 

Justo igual que como lo harías con apache. Probablemente webalizer se
haya instalando en /var/www/webalizer - por si acaso y no usas /var/www
como root del webserver - entonces lo que necesitas hacer (la manera
fácil) es un simple symlink a tu root del webserver (probablemente
/home/www).

Por si acaso, esta lista es en inglés así que por favor escribe en inglés.

## For English speakers:

I just answer how to get webalizer working in cherokee. I told him that
is just needed a symlink from /var/www/webalizer to his home for
webserver (probably /home/www).

Regards,
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Puri Malluru | 17 Sep 22:43 2007
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Cross compiling cherokee fails with epoll error

Hi

I am trying to compile Cherokee 0.5.6 for Linux+Powerpc platform. The tar is extracted to a folder on Redhat Linux box. That’s where the build runs using cross compiler. I see configure script fail with the following message.

 

+++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++

checking for epoll system call... configure: error: cannot run test program while cross compiling

See `config.log' for more details.

make: *** No targets specified and no makefile found.  Stop.

make: *** No rule to make target `install'.  Stop.

++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++++

 

This is how I invoked the configure script:

 

./configure --enable-tls=openssl --prefix=$INSTALLDIR --host=i686-pc-linux-gnu

 

I appreciate your help.

 

Thanks
Video guy

 

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Alvaro Lopez Ortega | 17 Sep 23:09 2007
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Re: Cross compiling cherokee fails with epoll error

Puri Malluru wrote, On 17/09/07 22:43:

> I am trying to compile Cherokee 0.5.6 for Linux+Powerpc platform. The 
> tar is extracted to a folder on Redhat Linux box. That’s where the build 
> runs using cross compiler. I see configure script fail with the 
> following message.

That problem is fixed on 0.6.0-pre. Could you please test with this tarball?

   http://www.cherokee-project.com/download/trunk/

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Puri Malluru | 17 Sep 23:52 2007
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Re: Cross compiling cherokee fails with epoll error

I tried the link http://www.cherokee-project.com/download/trunk/
But it is showing a page without any links.
I even tried http://www.cherokee-project.com/websvn/. I get "Page can't be displayed" error.
puri

Alvaro Lopez Ortega <alvaro <at> gnu.org> wrote:
Puri Malluru wrote, On 17/09/07 22:43:

> I am trying to compile Cherokee 0.5.6 for Linux+Powerpc platform. The
> tar is extracted to a folder on Redhat Linux box. That’s where the build
> runs using cross compiler. I see configure script fail with the
> following message.

That problem is fixed on 0.6.0-pre. Could you please test with this tarball?

http://www.cherokee-project.com/download/trunk/

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Stefan de Konink | 21 Sep 15:36 2007
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501 not implemented


Hi,

I compiled the trunk download with:

./configure --prefix=/opt/cherokee  --enable-beta --enable-internal-pcre
--with-pic

make
make install

Currently after I started the webserver, and expected the demo page I
end up with:

501 Not Implemented

Cherokee web server Port 80 0.6.0b (UNIX)

Is some path to the plugins wrong, or is it hardcoded?

Stefan
Alvaro Lopez Ortega | 21 Sep 16:17 2007
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Re: 501 not implemented

Stefan de Konink wrote, On 21/09/07 15:36:

 > I compiled the trunk download with:
 > ./configure --prefix=/opt/cherokee  --enable-beta --enable-internal-pcre
 > - --with-pic
 >
 > make
 > make install
 >
 > Currently after I started the webserver, and expected the demo page I
 > end up with:
 >
 > 501 Not Implemented
 > Cherokee web server Port 80 0.6.0b (UNIX)
 >
 > Is some path to the plugins wrong, or is it hardcoded?

That is weird.

Could you please make a test to ensure that it isn't a plug-in related
issue? Compiling a static version of the server could help us to check
it out:

  ./configure --prefix=/opt/cherokee --enable-static-module=all 
--enable-static --enable-shared=no

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Stefan de Konink | 21 Sep 16:30 2007
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Re: 501 not implemented


Hi Alvaro,

Alvaro Lopez Ortega schreef:
> Could you please make a test to ensure that it isn't a plug-in related
> issue? Compiling a static version of the server could help us to check
> it out:
>
>  ./configure --prefix=/opt/cherokee --enable-static-module=all
> --enable-static --enable-shared=no

Same thing happens :(

cherokee-0.6.0b922.tar.gz <- Is the 19 sept version I downloaded.

Stefan
A.S. Bradbury | 22 Sep 15:55 2007

Relicensing?

Looking in the TODO file in the subversion repository, I see
re-licensing listed as an aim for release 0.6.0. I'm very curious as
to what the intended license is, and why the change?

Alex

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