[Koha] More than one installation on one server--html removed, sorry

cyberarian cyberarian at gmail.com
Mon Mar 5 16:44:35 NZDT 2007

Dear All

I also want to run more than one application on one server.  Actually we,
three friends want to host our koha applications on a single server.  Can we
do this? If yes, how?  We have Intel Proliant ML150 Generation 2 Server with
Intel Xeon 3.0 GHz. Windows 2003 Server.  Any suggestion please?


On 3/4/07, Dan Foote - DTS <dfoote at dantech-services.com> wrote:
> Can somebody please give me some information on how to go about putting
> more than one Koha site on the same server?
> I do have an installation up and running. I created a second
> installation using different ports for both the intranet and opac sides.
> Two config files for each site have also been created with different
> names, appropriate paths, db info, permissions, etc. Web server listens
> and responds on the assigned ports.
> I can watch both the koha and opac error logs and see where I fail,
> which always appears to be in relation to C4::Context.  With this, I
> reviewed the Context.pm file and set the "use constant CONFIG_FNAME =>
> "/etc/koha.conf";" statement to "use constant CONFIG_FNAME =>
> "/etc/koha-2.conf";" (the name of my second config file).
> What I've done, doesn't appear to work. Even though my httpd.conf
> include appears to work properly, the only time I got a log in window in
> Koha on the 2nd site was when I changed the above CONFIG_FNAME to the
> new path in my first installation.
> Any suggestions and help would be greatly appreciated. BTW, to set up
> the new site, I copied my first site into the new path, created a new
> DB, changed permissions, and created new config files.
> Thanks.
> Dan
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