[Twisted-web] Twisted to proxy php out to apache?
dreid at dreid.org
Wed May 24 12:08:22 CDT 2006
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Remi C Cool wrote:
> Hello fellow twisters,
> I know about the reverseproxy stuff .. but if I understand that
> correctly, it's about passing requests to twisted from apache or other
> server. I would like it to be the other way round .. twisted passes
> requests for PHP to apache, receives the processed content and passes
> that back to the client. (if that method doesn't have any significant
"""Resource that renders the results gotten from another server
Put this resource in the tree to cause everything below it to be relayed
to a different server.
I'm sorry, you don't understand it correctly. mod_proxy which passes
requests from apache to another server such as twisted is a reverse
proxy, ReverseProxyResource is an implementation of a reverse proxy for
twisted so that it can forward requests to another server. It takes a
host, a port, and a path and it proxies all requests for that resource
to the server specified by the host, port, and path.
for example, ReverseProxyResource('google.com', 80, '/') will forward
requests to http://google.com:80/.
"Usually the protocol is this: I appoint someone for a task,
which they are not qualified to do. Then, they have to fight
a bear if they don't want to do it." -- Glyph Lefkowitz
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