[I had the same issue with my subscription being disabled due to
excessive bounces]

I think the new Plack integration could serve you well here. Run each
of the Catalyst apps as separate apps (via plack on different ports)
and have your front end server (apache, nginx, etc) proxy off to the
backend servers. Plack::Middleware::URLMap (IIRC) might also be useful
for you too.


On Fri, Aug 26, 2011 at 9:37 AM, Roderick A. Anderson
Preface. ?Somehow my subscription was disabled due to too many bounces
(which I don't see in my server logs but oh well) so sorry if this made it
through but I never got any replies.

This might be a lame question but I can't seem to find an answer reading
the site, docs or the two books I have.

I'm wondering how difficult (or if even possible) it is to have several
applications, with two or more being cat based, running on the same
httpd (Apache) server?

Everything I've read seems to lean towards a single purpose big(ish)
application running on _a_ web server.

What I'm thinking of is ShinyCMS for the main site, a couple of other
Catalyst-Framework based applications I'm working towards, plus
LedgerSMB, and possibly RT all on the same Apache server.

My apache foo has faded the last few years due to a lack of use and
dealing with too much IIS so search terms, clues, etc. will be appreciated.


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