I have a domain, let's say:
And I want it to listen on port 3000:
Now this is on a remote webserver (not my local apache setup).
I have access to the server (which is apache and it's running on
This server is a rails application in it and I want the rails
application to run when the dev.mysite.com:3000 gets response on the
Everything is setup, such as apache, passenger, rails, ruby, ruby
gems, etc. SOmeone set it all up. Now I am just trying to find the
virtual host file so I can set up that domain address to be listening
on port 3000. However, when I run the unix locate command, I get tons
of files like httpd.conf:
My instinct said that the configuration setup would be in /etc/apache2/
httpd.conf but I went there and that file was empty.
Can anyone advise me which of these files might possibly have the
virtual settings I need to modify in order to get dev.mysite.com to
listen on port 3000 so that when I type in www.mysite.com:3000 in web
address bar, it will respond and load the rails app.
thanks for response
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