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Re: lenny rant

On Sun, Apr 12, 2009 at 04:54:45PM +0100, Michael Moritz wrote:
> On Sunday 12 April 2009 16:44:10 CaT wrote:
> > On Sun, Apr 12, 2009 at 04:12:08PM +0100, Michael Moritz wrote:
> > > one last question - does anyone have a suggestion on how to run two
> > > separate instances of apache2 under different users and keep upgrading
> > > simple?
> >
> > Curious. Why do you wish to do this? Depending on your answer you might get
> > a better solution to your problem than the one you have thought of. :)
> I'm scared... ;) I run an instance of apache 1 for legacy web sites under 

What makes you need apache1 exactly?

> nobody/nogroup and an instance of apache 2 for all newer sites under www-data 
> and a third instance of apache-ssl on a dedicated port under another user to 
> server XML RPC requests for setting up services.

Why wont apache2+mod_ssl do for this? I mean I know you're wanting a transition 
setup but what I am asking is where the problem lies in just using apache2+mod_ssl

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