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6 October 2010 at 9:27pm
FullWebService, are you using SS 2.4.2? I have the same infinite redirect problem if I follow the instructions by Banal in http://silverstripe.org/general-questions/show/251650?start=56#post289221
I think the _ss_environment.php handling might have changed since 2.4.1. Here's what i do to make it work:
1) create _ss_environment.php with
define('BASE_PATH', rtrim(dirname(dirname($_SERVER['SCRIPT_FILENAME'])), DIRECTORY_SEPARATOR));
2) Do NOT add require_once('conf/ConfigureFromEnv.php'); into mysite/_config.php
The rest of the symlinks creations are the same.
6 October 2010 at 10:04pm Last edited: 6 October 2010 10:07pm
The folder thing were some symlinks gone rogue... I got that fixed.
Now I just get a blank page...
Looks like I've got some more debugging to do!
## EDIT ##
Warning: fopen() [function.fopen]: SAFE MODE Restriction in effect. The script whose uid is 0 is not allowed to access /tmp/silverstripe-cache-var-ss-242 owned by uid 48 in /var/ss/242/sapphire/core/ManifestBuilder.php on line 466
Odly enough, tmp is in the open_basedir line.
6 October 2010 at 11:06pm
With safe_mode off I get the infinite redirect problem. I have the _ss_enviroment.php set up and haven't put the line in that requires conf/ConfigureFromEnv.php.
Still... I have a feeling I'll get there eventually.
27 October 2010 at 4:01am
Hi, I'm trying to install ss using the suggestions I've found on this thread to use multisites.
I have dloaded ss and created /var/ss242 containing:
under www/html/silverstripe I have:
-symlinks to the folders in /ss242 (I used "Create link" in gnome)
-the other files from the archive
I gave read and write permissions to everyone in the /ss242 folder as well as assets, config.php and .htaccess
I went to http://localhost/silverstripe and started the installation, which freezes at "Building database schema..."
In the mysql db I can see some tables created but not all of them.
I also tried to untar everything under /www/html/silverstripe, ran the installation and could open the cms admin page.
then copied the folders under /ss242 and created the links.
When I access the ss page, it redirects me to the install.php page
any idea on what am I doing wrong?
am I supposed to put all the directories in place and then install or first install and then move them?
27 October 2010 at 4:23am Last edited: 27 October 2010 5:00am
tried UncleCheese's solution as well and I can access the index page now too, but get a 404 error when trying to access http://localhost/silverstripe/admin
edit: almost done. I had Allowoverride None set in httpd.conf
One last question: do I have to make a new installation for each site? and a new db? or can I just create a new folder in /www/html/ and put the same contenet as the original one?
23 February 2011 at 9:36pm
I realise this is a long running thread and I appreciate the expertise that's already been shared.
Question's I have are:
- I assume that all the sites each need to run on a separate database?
- what are the implications with core upgrades when running a shared codebase? Does dev/build need to be run on every site that uses the shared codebase? (It seems like this would be the case)
- if so, is there a simple way to put all sites in "maintenance mode", upgrade the core, run dev/build on each site, validate the upgrade and then put all sites back into "normal" mode again?
Once I can get my head around the long-term maintenance aspects I'll be keen to get this set up.
24 February 2011 at 4:17am
- Yes, every site requires a seperate DB
- Yes, dev/build?flush=all must be run on every single site (DB)
- I don't know of a build-in way to do so.
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