I would like to host a couple of different servers running on the same IP address, using the nsvhr/nsunix modules od AOLServer. I've read some different threads about it (like this) and thanks to Jerry Asher (good job, by the way) and his document Multiple ACS installations with one static IP, I think I understand how it works.
I have suceed in making it work with nsvhr/nssock combination, but not with nsvhr/nsunix.
I've used aolserver-src-3.1ad8 with Jerry Asher's patch.
The relevant part of the nsd.tcl files is:
# server1 is listening on port 80, just acting as a proxy to server2 ns_section "ns/server/server1/module/nsvhr" ns_param Timeout 29 ns_param Method GET ns_param Method POST ns_section "ns/server/server1/module/nsvhr/maps" ns_param "server2" "unix://server2" ns_section "ns/server/server1/module/nssock" ns_param port 80 ns_param hostname "server1" # server 2 is listening on port 8000 ns_section "ns/server/server2/module/nssock" ns_param port 8000 ns_param hostname server2 ns_section "ns/server/server2/module/nsunix" ns_param hostname "server2" ns_param port "8000" ns_param socketfile "server2"
The problem arises when i start the servers. Server1 runs O.K. (i check it musing it act as a proxy, but this time with nsvhr/nssock). In the log appears:
Notice: nsvhr: redirecting: host: server2 -> unix:modules/nsunix/server2So the proxy part looks O.K.
The client log gives the next error when loaded:
Error: nsunix: failed to start listening: No such file or directorySo i guess the problem is with the file acting as a socket being created. I've checked that the directory
When both servers are running, if i try to access server2
through the proxy (by using
following line appears in server1's log file:
Error: nsvhr: could not connect to unix:modules/nsunix/server2: Connection refused
My question is: what am i doing wrong? Shouldn't this socket appear in that directory after running the server?
I don't know what else to try. Any suggestion will be apreciated.
Thanks in advance!