As far as I can tell, the spyceconf.py file 'root' var is set correctly.
I eventually switched back to stand-alone mode and resolved the issue
there. Basically, the RewriteRules I had copied into http.conf weren't
hitting. And when I manually entered the port, Ajax calls would fail
(as-designed). I eventually realized that the rules needed to be placed in
the VirtualDirectory sections directly. It seems to be working well now.
On Jan 7, 2008 5:51 PM, Jonathan Ellis <jonathan@...> wrote:
> Sorry, I don't have a server set up to toy with mod_python atm. It
> really sounds like your config.py root is set to /html instead of
> What is your issue in standalone mode?
> On Mon, 7 Jan 2008 16:40:38 -0500, "Jason Persampieri"
> <spyce-discussion@...> said:
> > I've been wavering between using Spyce as a standalone server vs as an
> > add-on to mod_python. I've run in to issues with both. This message
> > deals
> > with the mod_python.issue.
> > When hosting a 'spy' file in my personal public_html directory, it works
> > fine. However, when hosting the same file in the 'common' directory,
> > file can't be found.
> > Specifically,
> > - the file is at /var/www/html/group/temp/index.spy
> > - the document root is set to /var/www/html in both http.conf and
> > spyceconf.py
> > - I browse to http://server/group/temp/index.spy
> > The output displayed in my browser is a single line of text
> > "/html/group/temp/index.spy not found" (note the odd additional '/html'
> > at
> > the front).
> > I assume I did something stupid, but I'm pulling my hair out to figure
> > out
> > what. Any ideas?
> > _jason