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Posted by Tilmann Singer on
<i>nsvhr/nssock  works.  However, I don't like it, because it doesn't proxy, it redirects.  For example, if I run a master server on port 80 and slave on 81, a request for http:// foo.com/ immediately gets redirected to  http://foo.com:81/ </i>
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I have no idea how it is possible to set it up to do that, but it is certainly not the intended way. It should be no problem to use nsvhr/nssock to serve different servers via the standard port 80. The actual port that the slave servers run on can be completely hidden from the client AFAIK.
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Maybe there are some issues with the request processor of oacs 4.5 - which version do you want to run? At least with 3.x it worked fine.
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<i>nsvhr/nsunix is buggy.  Sometimes it works, sometimes it doesn't...core dumps, etc.</i>
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Maybe something was wrong with your installation - did you follow the instructions from the virtual hosting howto posted above? nsvhr/nsunix works great for me, running a few low traffic sites (one oacs 3.x, the others 4.5), without any crashes at all since i installed it many months ago.