[Moin-user] why /var/www ?!?
rb.proj at gmail.com
Thu Dec 3 03:34:31 EST 2009
Thomas Waldmann schrieb:
>> The wikiconfig.py requires the assignment of three directories,
> Ehrm, not quite. *_dir are directories in the filesystem (and yes, using
> an absolute path is a good idea, because relative pathes are ...
> relative :).
> BUT: url_prefix (or url_prefix_static as it is called in later moins) is
> a URL, not a filesystem directory. It is the url moin uses to generate
> static file URLs in the html it emits. The clientside browser then uses
> Thus, for moin < 1.9.0, you need to configure your web server to serve
> those static files when that url_prefix URL is accessed, that's what
> this Alias is for.
> In moin >= 1.9.0 we serve the static files by a server functionality
> built into moin, so one does not NEED the apache Alias any more. If you
> have moin as a long running process and you have sane clientside
> browsers (doing caching), it gives quite good performance.
> Of course if you run moin as cgi (sloooow) or if you want to tweak the
> last microsecond, you MAY still use apache to serve the static files
> (moin only serves requests it GETS, if Apache catches it first, Apache
> will serve it).
>> Alias /moin_static160/ /absolute/path/to/moin_static160/
> Left side is the url, right side is the file system path.
>> If someone has better advice, I'm open to it. For reference, I'm running Moin
>> 1.90 on Ubuntu 8.04.3.
> The alias rather looks like you are running moin 1.6.0 (which is pretty
> outdated). You can check this on page SystemInfo in your wiki.
or if you have had to configure this alias you may have it set too in
your wikiconfig.py (url_prefix_static).
If your previous wiki was running version 1.6, do you have run the
migration script for your data dir and updated your configuration?
If it is still 1.6 you should read http://moinmo.in/SecurityFixes
and upgrade soon to a recent version.
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