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halouf 26th March 2010 22:38

Running multiple instances of lighttpd
 
Hello,

I need to run multiple instancess of lighty with different configuration files. Did some search but didn't find anything about it. I copied lighty init script and modified it:

changed the pid, and added the following line:

LIGHTY_OPTS="-f /etc/lighttpd/lighttpd1.conf"

However when trying to run lighttpd1 (the second instance of lighty) I get the following error:

(network.c.300) can't bind to port: 10.10.10.5 80 Address already in use.

This adress is in fact already in use by the first instance of lighty, however it should not try to bind to that adress as I added the following line to lighttpd1.conf :

server.bind = "10.10.10.6"

Could anyone tell me what I'm doing wrong?

With regards

falko 27th March 2010 12:54

Did you restart the first instance? What's the output of
Code:

netstat -tap
after you did so?

halouf 28th March 2010 00:39

Thank you falko for the reply. I figured it out, the config file of the first instance contained a reference to the second ip adress, which made it to bind to both. Now I can start the second instance of lighty, and it's reachable. However it still uses the first IP for outbound traffic. Any idea on how can I force it to use eth0:0 for both in and out traffic?

With regards

halouf 28th March 2010 00:39

Thank you falko for the reply. I figured it out, the config file of the first instance contained a reference to the second ip adress, which made it to bind to both. Now I can start the second instance of lighty, and it's reachable. However it still uses the first IP for outbound traffic. Any idea on how can I force it to use eth0:0 for both in and out traffic?

With regards


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