Due to various security issues, we thought to run our instance (will be
public soon) behind apache web server. It seems that the SELinux is
disabled on my machine.
I have followed the steps and restarted apache, still not able to invoke
the Galaxy page through http://servername:8080/
Rätschlab, Computational biology dept.
Memorial Sloan-Kettering Cancer Center
On Tue, Mar 12, 2013 at 8:15 AM, Paul Boddie <paul.bod...@biotek.uio.no>wrote:
> On 11/03/13 23:20, Vipin TS wrote:
>> On my new server machine I have configured apache server along with
>> mod_security. Now I would like to place my Galaxy installation behind
>> apache and is there any detailed explanation to describes the steps.
>> I am following the galaxy wiki
>> it is failing to invoke the page.
>> Please share if you have an experience on the same.
> I have avoided experience with Galaxy and mod_proxy (and once again wonder
> why mod_wsgi wouldn't be a better and less complicated way of running
> Galaxy, but that's another issue), but I do have experience with mod_proxy
> and other solutions that need their own Web server, and I notice that the
> Wiki page doesn't contain any mention of SELinux. If you have everything
> set up appropriately, you may need to find out whether SELinux is enabled,
> because this may demand a small amount of additional configuration work.
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