[Mono-list] Xsp in standalone amd mod_mono
Tue, 18 May 2004 11:05:53 -0400 (EDT)
The server (mod-mono-server.exe) creates it when it starts up.
The DLLs, IIRC, are the JIT-compiled ASPX pages.
> Curious should I touch the tmp/mod_mono_server file and chmod it or it
> the server creating it? Also I do notice that some numerically named
> dll's are being created in my tmp.
> Any suggestions would be of great help.
> Shawn Vose
> On Tue, 2004-05-18 at 10:28, Gregory Junker wrote:
>> Well, for one, the mod_mono module expects to see
>> /tmp/mod_mono_server, which is created by mod-mono-server.exe, not
>> xsp.exe. If you did not chmod the /tmp/mod_mono_server file, you will
>> get Service Unavailable. Best thing to do is script the
>> mod-mono-server startup so that you pause for a couple seconds after
>> the .exe returns, then chmod the file in the script.
>> Also, unless they have got mod-mono-server.exe to recognize, drop, and
>> reload changed assembly DLLs, you will need to restart
>> mod-mono-server.exe each time you change an assembly DLL that the
>> server has loaded. If you don't, you will get some truly weird errors
>> from your ASP.NET pages.
>> If you are serving ONLY ASPX pages on this server, then you don't need
>> Apache at all; just set up XSP to server port 80 and off you go (akin
>> to Java servlets).
>> > I tried to add the --applications argument but xsp would throw an
>> exception. With respect to the two being different, this I know but
>> I would think that if xsp didnt work then most likely mod_mono would
>> fail as well since they are using the same engine. Is this not
>> correct. I would much rather get it to work as a module. The only
>> reason I tried xsp as a standalone was so I could see why mod_mono
>> was not servicing requests.
>> > On Tue, 2004-05-18 at 10:14, Gregory Junker wrote:
>> >> Unless I missed some significant change in the past couple of
>> weeks, you should be doing the following to start the mod_mono
>> >> mono /usr/bin/mod-mono-server.exe --root <...> --applications
>> <...>:<...> --nonstop &
>> >> And then chmod the file so it's RW for the webserver.
>> >> XSP and mod-mono-server are not exactly the same thing...
>> >> Greg
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