dzubey at openincident.com
Fri Feb 4 20:58:53 EST 2011
Alright, sorry about the slow work on this..dayjob and all that. I've
got a framework coming together however.
One question though..both wwwoffle and squid can talk to an external
proxy instead of pulling directly off the net.
Would there be any advantage to running both simultaneously, and having
one redirect to the other?
That way there's no extra mess with ensuring one is not running when the
other is, simplifying setup, and also allows for even more local storage
of offline data. But the big plus is the simplified setup..no need to
switch one or the other on and off.
On 01/28/2011 09:41 PM, Martin Langhoff wrote:
> On Fri, Jan 28, 2011 at 4:19 PM, Dan Zubey<dzubey at openincident.com> wrote:
>> What about distributing an rpm package that additionally includes
>> xs-specific scripts for wwwoffle, apache proxy configuration, and
>> /etc/init.d ? That way there's no need to do sed re-configuration back and
> You get the config and scripts done, and I'll ge them merged into the
> xs-config package :-)
> We won't be sed'ing around too much :-) what we'll do is leave alone
> the initscripts and config files from the vanilla packages, and use
> our own. Think /etc/init.d/xs-wwwoffle which starts the woffle
> "service" which dynamically brings wwoffle up and down according to
> network conditions. It uses binaries pointing to a configuration in
> /etc/xs-wwwoffle .
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