Re: [Zope] Reasons for Apache?? SSL?? (was Running Mailman CGI under Zope ZServer)

2000-11-18 Thread Cees de Groot
Joachim Werner [EMAIL PROTECTED] said: Apache can then also be used to serve static parts of your web site, like large documents or images. Also, Apache can be used to cache Zope requests. I use Squid, not Apache as a reverse web proxy in front of Zope. I did a bit of testing, and you can very

[Zope] Reasons for Apache?? SSL?? (was Running Mailman CGI under Zope ZServer)

2000-11-17 Thread Dario Lopez-Kästen
From: "Fred Wilson Horch" [EMAIL PROTECTED] Sent: Friday, November 17, 2000 2:22 AM Subject: [Zope] Running Mailman CGI under Zope ZServer ...snip... First, am I really the first person to try running CGI scripts from ZServer? I have found some hints here and there of people doing

Re: [Zope] Reasons for Apache?? SSL?? (was Running Mailman CGI under Zope ZServer)

2000-11-17 Thread Joachim Werner
how to. This works well and Apache serves Zope pretty well and we can even use SSL (there are some issues to be resolved that I suspect are due to misconfiguration on our server). However, I can always access Zope directly using port 8080 (or whatever port where ZServer is listening to)