Re: [fossil-users] Fossil behind proxy

2010-05-30 Thread Paul Serice
On Sat, 2010-05-29 at 21:59 -0400, Richard Hipp wrote: The http://www.sqlite.org/ and http://www.fossil-scm.org/ websites are both run off of the same server ... This server takes over a quarter million requests per day, 10GB of traffic/day, and it does so using less than 3% of of the CPU on a

Re: [fossil-users] Fossil behind proxy

2010-05-30 Thread Owen Shepherd
On 30 May 2010 02:59, Richard Hipp d...@sqlite.org wrote: CGI ... is highly inefficient. The http://www.sqlite.org/ and http://www.fossil-scm.org/ websites are both run off of the same server (check the IP addresses on the domains). The HTTP server there is a simple home-brew job

[fossil-users] Fossil behind proxy

2010-05-29 Thread Owen Shepherd
We are currently experimenting with setting up a Fossil server, but have encountered a bit of an issue: Fossil doesn't seem to support being operated behind a proxy. As we wish to run Fossil on port 80, and to do so it must sit behind our primary web server, this is a bit of an issue. The ideal

Re: [fossil-users] Fossil behind proxy

2010-05-29 Thread Owen Shepherd
On 30 May 2010 00:53, Michael McDaniel fos...@autosys.us wrote: I wound up running lighttpd for the sole purpose of serving fossil via cgi scripts. lighttpd is pretty lightweight on resources. ~Michael The idea has crossed my mind, but the idea of having to maintain another set of

Re: [fossil-users] Fossil behind proxy

2010-05-29 Thread Richard Hipp
On Sat, May 29, 2010 at 7:21 PM, Owen Shepherd owen.sheph...@e43.eu wrote: We are currently experimenting with setting up a Fossil server, but have encountered a bit of an issue: Fossil doesn't seem to support being operated behind a proxy. As we wish to run Fossil on port 80, and to do so it