19.0.0 released Nov 08, 2023
Connect apache tcp socket

This shows how to connect your application listening at TCP port <port number> (started with "-p" option in vf) to Apache web server.

- Step 1:
To setup Apache as a reverse proxy and connect your application to it, you need to enable FastCGI proxy support, which generally means "proxy" and "proxy_fcgi" modules - this is done only once:
- Step 2:
Edit the Apache configuration file:
Add this to the end of file ("/<app path>" is the application path, see request-URL):
ProxyPass "/<app path>" fcgi://127.0.0.1:<port number>/

- Step 3:
Finally, restart Apache. On Debian systems (like Ubuntu) or OpenSUSE:
sudo systemctl restart apache2

On Fedora systems (like RedHat) and Arch Linux:
sudo systemctl restart httpd

Note: you must not have any other URL resource that starts with "/<app path>" (such as for example "/<app path>.html" or "/<app path>_something" etc.) as the web server will attempt to pass them as a reverse proxy request, and they will likely not work. If you need to, you can change the application path to be different from "/<app path>", see request-URL.
See also
Web servers
connect-apache-tcp-socket  
connect-apache-unix-socket  
connect-nginx-tcp-socket  
connect-nginx-unix-socket    
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documentation


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