Re: [aseek-users] Running 2 versions of Aspseek on one box

From: Alexander F Avdonkin (no email)
Date: Mon Apr 22 2002 - 07:31:29 EDT


Elsner wrote:

> At 12:22 22.04.2002, you wrote:
> >Did you create different s.htm from s-128.cgi and s-125.cgi ?
> >
> >Alexander.
>
> Yes, I did. There is aspseek/etc/s.htm (for 125) and
> aspseek128/etc/s-128.htm to satisfy the need for a corresponding
> s.htm file in the program directory.

Default config for s-125.cgi is s-125.htm

>
>
> When compiling Aspseek 1.2.8, the path to the program directory
> is burned into to binaries, /usr/local/aspseek128 in my case. A
> 128 binary like s-128.cgi should therefore reference templates
> in /usr/local/aspseek128/etc only, and the searchd from 128 should
> use the config file searchd.conf from there, too. The searchd.conf file
> in the 128 directory clearly points to db.conf and uses port 12348,
> see excerpts from these files below:
>
> db.conf:
> DBAddr mysql://<user>:<pw>@localhost/aspseek128/
>
> searchd.conf:
> Include db.conf
> #Port 12345
> Port 12348
> AllowFrom 127.0.0.1
> DataDir /data/aspseek128
> ...
>
> Question: Did anybody succeed in running two concurrent versions
> of Aspseek on the same box?
>

I succeeded. But I used the same DataDir and program directories for both
daemons, and passed config file name to searchd in command line.

>
> Regards Frank
>
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