On Sun, 27 Mar 2005 03:00:40 -0500, Eric Radman <theman@...> wrote:
> On 09:08 Thu 24 Mar , michelts wrote:
> > I faced a weird problem, I use webware at my work without problems, I
> > use it in my home without any problem too, recently I contract the
> > python-hosting (www.python-hosting.com) services, I have some personal
> > projects and I don't want to serve at my work...
> > The server was all setup by python-hosting, it uses mod_webkit2 to
> > serve the pages over a non standard port (another then 8086). When I
> > restart the serve all the things goes ok, but after some time, the
> > server doesn't serve any webware page, the apache is still serving
> > normally, the problem is with webware. The python-hosting guys will
> > change the adapter to a wkcgi adapter, but I don't know any other way
> > to fix it,
> I haven't used it, but the AppServer from SVN has a built-in web server,
> so if python-hosting will proxy requests you can do that. I don't know
> how good the built-in server is.
Hum, maybe I can try the builtin server, just after I sent the message
to the list, I talk to the python-hosting support to try the wkcgi
adapter, maybe the problem is with the mod_webkit...
The OS is a RedHat, the server is a Dual Xeon 2.4 Ghz with 2 GB RAM,
the webware server is version 0.8.1.
To manually start/stop my server, I go to Webware/WebKit and type
"./AppServer start &" or "./AppServer stop"
Yesterday I killed all webware's relative processes (I didn't use
AppServer stop, I used killall -9 python), I made several tests and it
seems the server don't stopped yet... I hope it doesn't :), I still in
Thanks for all help!
Michel Thadeu Sabchuk
Curitiba - Brasil