Forum OpenACS Q&A: Response to Virtual Hosting using nsvhr/nsunix

Posted by Tilmann Singer on
Try to leave the socketfile and port parameters of the server2 configuration out and start the server, then grep for nsunix in the server log - at least in my case it generated a file in modules/nsunix. In the log entry it was something like this: "nsunix accepting """ which translated to a file named in modules/unix. Dont know what you are supposed to write in the proxy hosts's configuration though.

Also check that your webserver user has write access to that directory.