If you unset SITE_ROOT, does it work?
It's possible that mod_wsgi doesn't work well with our custom site root
support, or rather, that our custom support is no longer needed with it. I'm
not entirely sure.
Christian Hammond - chip...@chipx86.com
Review Board - http://www.reviewboard.org
VMware, Inc. - http://www.vmware.com
On Fri, Oct 8, 2010 at 2:20 PM, Alain V. <pahal...@gmail.com> wrote:
> Hello, I am trying to install ReviewBoard to simply http://site/review/
> . I ran rb-site install and it went fine, however it seems to be
> failing to redirect URLs properly internally.
> When I go to http://site/review/, I'm getting the seemingly common
> django error:
> Using the URLconf defined in djblets.util.rooturl, Django tried these
> URL patterns, in this order:
> 1. ^review/
> The current URL, , didn't match any of these.
> Relevant part in settings_local.py :
> # Extra site information.
> SITE_ID = 1
> SITE_ROOT = '/review/'
> FORCE_SCRIPT_NAME = ''
> DEBUG = True
> Relevant apache config:
> WSGIScriptAlias /review /media/raid/trac/reviewboard/htdocs/
> <Directory "/media/raid/trac/reviewboard/htdocs">
> AllowOverride All
> Alias /review/media "/media/raid/trac/reviewboard/htdocs/media"
> Alias /review/errordocs "/media/raid/trac/reviewboard/htdocs/
> I'm not quite clear on why this isn't working; it seems to want an
> extra /review/ in the url -- e.g.,
> works -- but then it tries to redirect to a url with one fewer /
> review/ . I've tried playing with the SITE_ROOT and FORCE_SCRIPT_NAME
> values, but to no avail.
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