[plumi-discuss] indytube problem
john.hackett at e2bn.org
Thu May 14 19:42:54 EST 2009
I think this is an easy one - what user does indytube run as?
The reason I ask is that I am having some issues with transcoding where the data files are located on an NFS mounted directory. I thought I had this working after this move was done but now I'm not so sure! The indytube log is giving me permissions errors in the flv-files directory although it does, it appers, have the correct permisisons for the plone and apache users (both can read/write). However is indytube is running as root on the webserver it will be denied access to the directory which is really on anther server.
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From: "Lachlan Musicman" <datakid at gmail.com>
To: "Discussion about software development on Plumi" <discuss at lists.plumi.org>
Sent: Thursday, 14 May, 2009 04:08:19 GMT +00:00 GMT Britain, Ireland, Portugal
Subject: Re: [plumi-discuss] Apache setup
nice one, look forward to be able to use it.
On Wed, May 13, 2009 at 01:33, victor rajewski <vik at engagemedia.org> wrote:
> I've been toying with the apache setup conf, and have made the
> following page: http://plumi.org/wiki/ApacheSetup
> The first conf is a standard rewrite like what is used currently (some
> comments added)
> The second conf allows for putting the flv files in the same
> VirtualHost as the plone site. It doesn't perform the redirect if the
> URI matches a particular pattern - namely /flv-files or something
> equivalent. As long as a similarly named object isn't created in the
> root of the plone site there shouldn't be any conflicts. Can someone
> perform some sanity checking on this approach and the conf file I've
> created? It works on my test setup, and I think it makes installation
> slightly 'cleaner' and simpler. It can also be useful for installs
> that don't have the option of multiple virtual hosts, or a nameserver
> at all (this was prompted by the lack of DNS server at an archives
> install, which has since been resolved by adding a DNS server, but not
> before the idea had become ingrained :)
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