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  1. +21 −2 admin/PageIndex.py
  2. +8 −8 doc/Makefile.am
  3. +1 −1  doc/basics_installation_osx.txt
  4. +1 −1  doc/basics_installation_unix.txt
  5. +3 −3 doc/basics_running_cherokee.txt
  6. +2 −2 doc/basics_upgrade.txt
  7. +1 −1  doc/basics_why_cherokee.txt
  8. +0 −8 doc/bundle.txt
  9. +3 −3 doc/config_quickstart.txt
  10. +28 −8 doc/config_virtual_servers.txt
  11. +2 −2 doc/config_virtual_servers_rule.txt
  12. +2 −2 doc/cookbook_managing_logs.txt
  13. +1 −1  doc/dev_cherokee.conf.txt
  14. +1 −1  doc/dev_debug.txt
  15. +7 −11 doc/index.txt
  16. +1 −1  doc/modules_balancers.txt
  17. +2 −2 doc/modules_handlers_admin.txt
  18. +7 −0 doc/other.txt
  19. +11 −0 doc/other_bundle.txt
  20. +6 −3 doc/{bundle_cget.txt → other_bundle_cget.txt}
  21. +6 −3 doc/{bundle_cherokee-admin.txt → other_bundle_cherokee-admin.txt}
  22. +6 −3 doc/{bundle_cherokee-config.txt → other_bundle_cherokee-config.txt}
  23. +7 −4 doc/{bundle_cherokee-tweak.txt → other_bundle_cherokee-tweak.txt}
  24. +15 −10 doc/{bundle_cherokee-worker.txt → other_bundle_cherokee-worker.txt}
  25. +6 −3 doc/{bundle_cherokee.txt → other_bundle_cherokee.txt}
  26. +6 −3 doc/{bundle_spawn-fcgi.txt → other_bundle_spawn-fcgi.txt}
  27. +1 −1  doc/other_goodies.txt
  28. +3 −3 doc/other_signals.txt
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23 admin/PageIndex.py
@@ -376,9 +376,28 @@ def __init__ (self):
class CommunityBox (CTK.Box):
def __init__ (self):
CTK.Box.__init__ (self, {'id': 'community-box'})
-
+
+
+
+ """
+ from xmlrpclib import ServerProxy
+ OWS_RPC = 'http://www.octality.com/rpc/'
+
+ client = ServerProxy (OWS_RPC)
+ print client.ping('ping')
+ print client.get_tweets()
+ """
+
+ from RemoteContent import Remote_Tweets
+ self += Remote_Tweets ()
+ #self += Remote_Content (Proxied_Remote_Content)
+ #import Login, Backup
+ #self += Login.Login_Button()
+ #self += Backup.Restore_Config_Button()
+ #self += Backup.Save_Config_Button()
+
+
self += CTK.RawHTML('<h2>%s</h2>' % _('Community'))
-
left = CTK.Box ({'id': 'community-left'})
left += ProudUsers()
left += SocialMedia()
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16 doc/Makefile.am
@@ -18,14 +18,6 @@ basics_installation_windows.html \
basics_installation_svn.html \
basics_upgrade.html \
basics_running_cherokee.html \
-bundle.html \
-bundle_cherokee.html \
-bundle_cherokee-admin.html \
-bundle_cherokee-config.html \
-bundle_cherokee-tweak.html \
-bundle_cherokee-worker.html \
-bundle_spawn-fcgi.html \
-bundle_cget.html \
config.html \
config_quickstart.html \
config_index.html \
@@ -119,6 +111,14 @@ other_signals.html \
other_community.html \
other_errors.html \
other_graphs.html \
+other_bundle.html \
+other_bundle_cherokee.html \
+other_bundle_cherokee-admin.html \
+other_bundle_cherokee-config.html \
+other_bundle_cherokee-tweak.html \
+other_bundle_cherokee-worker.html \
+other_bundle_spawn-fcgi.html \
+other_bundle_cget.html \
dev.html \
dev_debug.html \
dev_cherokee.conf.html \
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2  doc/basics_installation_osx.txt
@@ -37,7 +37,7 @@ make -j4
sudo make install
-----------------------------------------
-. Start link:bundle_cherokee-admin.html[cherokee-admin]
+. Start link:other_bundle_cherokee-admin.html[cherokee-admin]
+
Alternatively, you can follow the link:#autostart[Autostart]
instructions to load the web server at boot time.
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2  doc/basics_installation_unix.txt
@@ -43,7 +43,7 @@ make
make install
-----------------------------------------
-. Start link:bundle_cherokee-admin.html[cherokee-admin]
+. Start link:other_bundle_cherokee-admin.html[cherokee-admin]
[[advanced]]
Advanced parameters
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6 doc/basics_running_cherokee.txt
@@ -10,7 +10,7 @@ There are several ways you can run Cherokee:
will run making use of the link:dev_cherokee.conf.html[`cherokee.conf`]
present in your system.
-. Guardian wrapper: The link:bundle_cherokee.html[cherokee] program
+. Guardian wrapper: The link:other_bundle_cherokee.html[cherokee] program
comes as a standard part of the Cherokee bundle. It is a security
mechanism that ensures Cherokee's recovery in case of any system
failure and wraps the calls to `cherokee-worker`. This is what is
@@ -19,12 +19,12 @@ There are several ways you can run Cherokee:
. Stand alone instance: Cherokee supports a series of parameters to
launch it from the command line. Refer to the the appropriate
documentation section about
- link:bundle_cherokee-worker.html[`cherokee-worker`] to see the
+ link:other_bundle_cherokee-worker.html[`cherokee-worker`] to see the
complete list of optional arguments.
. Cherokee-Admin: The administration web interface allows you to
configure and launch Cherokee. This is probably where you want to
start if you have just installed the web server. Launch the
- link:bundle_cherokee-admin.html[`cherokee-admin`] process and follow
+ link:other_bundle_cherokee-admin.html[`cherokee-admin`] process and follow
the link:config_quickstart.html[Quickstart] section of the
documentation.
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4 doc/basics_upgrade.txt
@@ -67,11 +67,11 @@ Every effort is made to bulletproof the upgrade scripts. If any of
them does not work for you, please send a bug report.
However, Cherokee is a very active project and has been steadily
advancing and incorporating technical improvements. You should really be
-using link:bundle_cherokee-admin.html[cherokee-admin] to configure your
+using link:other_bundle_cherokee-admin.html[cherokee-admin] to configure your
system if you want to take full advantage of the new features. Even if
the upgrade process is successful, you should use the new configuration
file as a start point and go through the normal configuration process
-using link:bundle_cherokee-admin.html[cherokee-admin].
+using link:other_bundle_cherokee-admin.html[cherokee-admin].
Also, as long as you are not using an ancient configuration file,
every new cherokee-admin release will be able to upgrade the
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2  doc/basics_why_cherokee.txt
@@ -17,7 +17,7 @@ and upgrades, Reverse HTTP Proxy, and much more.
It is highly efficient, extremely lightweight and provides rock solid
stability. Among its many features there is one that deserves special
credit: a user friendly interface called
-link:bundle_cherokee-admin.html[cherokee-admin] that is provided for a
+link:other_bundle_cherokee-admin.html[cherokee-admin] that is provided for a
no-hassle configuration of every single feature of the server. This
administration interface allows you to configure the web server
without having to worry about editing a text file written with a
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8 doc/bundle.txt
@@ -1,8 +0,0 @@
-== link:index.html[Index] -> Cherokee Bundle
-
- . link:bundle_cherokee.html[cherokee]: Main web server invoker.
- . link:bundle_cherokee-admin.html[cherokee-admin]: The configuration UI.
- . link:bundle_cherokee-config.html[cherokee-config]: Information retriever.
- . link:bundle_cherokee-tweak.html[cherokee-tweak]: Cherokee Swiss army knife
- . link:bundle_cherokee-worker.html[cherokee-worker]: Web server stand alone program.
- . link:bundle_cget.html[cget]: Web retriever.
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6 doc/config_quickstart.txt
@@ -7,7 +7,7 @@ Configuration Quickstart
------------------------
This section briefly describes the whole administration web interface
-provided by link:bundle_cherokee-admin.html[cherokee-admin]. This is
+provided by link:other_bundle_cherokee-admin.html[cherokee-admin]. This is
the recommended way of configuring Cherokee. If you are looking for
development information relevant to your automation and scripting
needs, you should refer to the appropriate section, especially the
@@ -87,7 +87,7 @@ virtual servers, PHP support, some redirection rules and a simple
authentication mechanism.
To follow this walkthrough you need to be running
-link:bundle_cherokee-admin.html[cherokee-admin]. This is an
+link:other_bundle_cherokee-admin.html[cherokee-admin]. This is an
administration tool, so you will need system administrator rights.
----
@@ -105,7 +105,7 @@ connections, caching I/O, single thread
Now you can access the administration interface simply by opening your
web browser and visiting
link:http://localhost:9090[http://localhost:9090].
-link:bundle_cherokee-admin.html[Cherokee-admin] supports several
+link:other_bundle_cherokee-admin.html[Cherokee-admin] supports several
command line parameters, so you can change the predefined port in case
it was already in use in your system.
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36 doc/config_virtual_servers.txt
@@ -58,13 +58,27 @@ server details page.
+
- *Document Root*
+
-This is the directory from which Cherokee will serve files. The set of
-rules is checked from the highest to the lowest possible
-priority. Once a rule is matched, the server appends the path from the
-requested URL to the document root to make the path to the
-document. If it is a directory, this information is used. If other
-rules apply to a parent directory, those are applied as well without
-overwriting the original behavior:
+
+This is the directory from which Cherokee will serve files. For
+example, if the Document Root is `/var/www`, then a client's request
+for `http://www.example.com/index.html` refers to
+`/var/www/index.html` on the server.
++
+In the simplest case, the server might return the contents of the file
+to the client. But Cherokee provides a richer mechanism of behaviors,
+based on the the URL. Behaviors are described
+link:#behavior[below]. For now, just know that the combination of a
+URL and the Document Root specifies the match (for instance, a file on
+the server), but does not specify how that file will be served. Note
+that not all rules will necessarily match files to be sent to the
+client, so the Document Root is not always used.
++
+This is controlled by behavior rules. The set of rules is checked from
+the highest to the lowest possible priority. Once a rule is matched,
+the server appends the path from the requested URL to the document
+root to make the path to the document. If it is a directory, this
+information is used. If other rules apply to a parent directory, those
+are applied as well without overwriting the original behavior:
+
----
http://www.example.com/index.html refers to /var/www/index.html
@@ -93,7 +107,13 @@ be added to the existing one. To use the wizards in this manner you
will have to trigger them from the `Behavior` panel instead of the
`Virtual Server Panel`. This `Behavior` panel is specific to a given
virtual host, and can be activated using the `Rule Management` button
-of the `Behavior` tab.
+of the `Behavior` tab. You can read more about automatic configuration
+on the link:config_wizards.html[wizards] section. Regardless of them
+being used from the `Virtual Server` panel or the `Behavior` panel,
+one or more rules will be created to suit a particular scenario. The
+main difference will lay on the wizard creating a new virtual server
+or just customizing an existing one, depending on the instantiation
+context.
*Clone Selected Virtual Server* is simply a matter of selecting a
target name and a source virtual server currently present. Every
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4 doc/config_virtual_servers_rule.txt
@@ -137,7 +137,7 @@ Provide some configurable information about the server.
Administration**
+
Implements an administration interface to work with
-link:bundle_cherokee-tweak.html[cherokee-tweak].
+link:other_bundle_cherokee-tweak.html[cherokee-tweak].
**********************************************************************
@@ -290,7 +290,7 @@ both of them, the interface allows to choose whether one or both are
to be used.
-[[Traffic Shaping]]
+[[traffic]]
Traffic Shaping
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
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4 doc/cookbook_managing_logs.txt
@@ -9,7 +9,7 @@ applies to the process of log rotation. No need to interrupt any
active connections just to do this.
This operation involves using
-link:bundle_cherokee-tweak.html[cherokee-tweak] and the
+link:other_bundle_cherokee-tweak.html[cherokee-tweak] and the
link:modules_handlers_admin.html[remote administration] handler.
Logging is an operation performed on a per-virtual-server basis, so
@@ -98,6 +98,6 @@ Log file '/var/log/cherokee.access' moved to '/var/log/cherokee.access.1' succes
Restoring production mode.. OK
-----
-That should do it. link:bundle_cherokee-tweak.html[cherokee-tweak] is
+That should do it. link:other_bundle_cherokee-tweak.html[cherokee-tweak] is
a powerful tool. Take a look at the parameters and you find out if it
can solve some of your administration problems.
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2  doc/dev_cherokee.conf.txt
@@ -20,7 +20,7 @@ installation parameters.
If you are completely sure about what you are doing, you can modify it
by hand. We recommend you not to do so, since everything can be
-handled from link:bundle_cherokee-admin.html[cherokee-admin] and a lot
+handled from link:other_bundle_cherokee-admin.html[cherokee-admin] and a lot
of security measures and consistency checks are made to ensure you end
up with a well formed `cherokee.conf` file.
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2  doc/dev_debug.txt
@@ -108,7 +108,7 @@ interesting for your trace. Besides, there are a few special cases:
* You can also access the functionality of CHEROKEE_TRACE through
`cherokee-tweak`. Refer to the apropriate section of the
documentation to learn more about this:
- link:bundle_cherokee-tweak.html[cherokee-tweak].
+ link:other_bundle_cherokee-tweak.html[cherokee-tweak].
* Lastly a utility is provided, `contrib/tracelor.py`, to provide
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18 doc/index.txt
@@ -16,17 +16,6 @@ link:basics.html[Getting started]: Cherokee basics
. link:basics_running_cherokee.html[Running Cherokee]: Basic steps to run Cherokee.
*********************************
-link:bundle.html[Cherokee Bundle]: Details about each program bundled with Cherokee
-*********************************
-
- . link:bundle_cherokee.html[cherokee]: Main web server invoker.
- . link:bundle_cherokee-admin.html[cherokee-admin]: The configuration UI.
- . link:bundle_cherokee-config.html[cherokee-config]: Information retriever.
- . link:bundle_cherokee-tweak.html[cherokee-tweak]: Cherokee Swiss army knife
- . link:bundle_cherokee-worker.html[cherokee-worker]: Web server stand alone program.
- . link:bundle_cget.html[cget]: Web retriever.
-
-*********************************
link:config.html[Configuration]: Set up process explained
*********************************
@@ -133,6 +122,13 @@ link:other.html[Other information]: Miscellaneus
. link:other_signals.html[Signals]: Signals supported by Cherokee.
. link:other_community.html[Community]: More information sources.
. link:other_errors.html[Common errors]: Some typical production errors and their cause.
+ . link:other_bundle.html[Man pages]: Details about each program bundled with Cherokee
+ - link:other_bundle_cherokee.html[cherokee]: Main web server invoker.
+ - link:other_bundle_cherokee-admin.html[cherokee-admin]: The configuration UI.
+ - link:other_bundle_cherokee-config.html[cherokee-config]: Information retriever.
+ - link:other_bundle_cherokee-tweak.html[cherokee-tweak]: Cherokee Swiss army knife
+ - link:other_bundle_cherokee-worker.html[cherokee-worker]: Web server stand alone program.
+ - link:other_bundle_cget.html[cget]: Web retriever.
*********************************
link:dev.html[Development info]: Things of interest to developers
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2  doc/modules_balancers.txt
@@ -10,7 +10,7 @@ be made clear.
Balancer modules only implement the balancing strategy. To actually
use one of these strategies you will need to select a
link:modules_handlers.html[handler] that makes use of balancers in the
-link:bundle_cherokee-admin.html[cherokee-admin] interface.
+link:other_bundle_cherokee-admin.html[cherokee-admin] interface.
These handlers can be chosen within the
`Handler` tab of the link:config_virtual_servers_rule.html[Rule
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4 doc/modules_handlers_admin.txt
@@ -6,7 +6,7 @@ Handler: Remote Administration
This handler is used to create rules that can provide information
about the running server useful for System Administration.
When any such rule is matched, a
-link:bundle_cherokee-tweak.html[cherokee-tweak] instance will have
+link:other_bundle_cherokee-tweak.html[cherokee-tweak] instance will have
full access to this data stream.
Note that providing real-real time information about the status of a
@@ -23,6 +23,6 @@ selectable system traces such as the ones provided by CHEROKEE_TRACE.
Check the link:dev_debug.html[Debugging] section for more details on
this, and the section about
-link:bundle_cherokee-tweak.html[cherokee-tweak] for specific usage
+link:other_bundle_cherokee-tweak.html[cherokee-tweak] for specific usage
information.
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7 doc/other.txt
@@ -6,3 +6,10 @@
. link:other_signals.html[Signals]: Signals supported by Cherokee.
. link:other_community.html[Community]: More information sources.
. link:other_errors.html[Common errors]: Some typical production errors and their cause.
+ . link:other_bundle.html[Man pages]: Details about each program bundled with Cherokee
+ - link:other_bundle_cherokee.html[cherokee]: Main web server invoker.
+ - link:other_bundle_cherokee-admin.html[cherokee-admin]: The configuration UI.
+ - link:other_bundle_cherokee-config.html[cherokee-config]: Information retriever.
+ - link:other_bundle_cherokee-tweak.html[cherokee-tweak]: Cherokee Swiss army knife
+ - link:other_bundle_cherokee-worker.html[cherokee-worker]: Web server stand alone program.
+ - link:other_bundle_cget.html[cget]: Web retriever.
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11 doc/other_bundle.txt
@@ -0,0 +1,11 @@
+== link:index.html[Index] -> link:other.html[Other information] -> Man pages
+///////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////
+Last checked: Cherokee 1.0.5b
+///////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////
+
+ . link:other_bundle_cherokee.html[cherokee]: Main web server invoker.
+ . link:other_bundle_cherokee-admin.html[cherokee-admin]: The configuration UI.
+ . link:other_bundle_cherokee-config.html[cherokee-config]: Information retriever.
+ . link:other_bundle_cherokee-tweak.html[cherokee-tweak]: Cherokee Swiss army knife
+ . link:other_bundle_cherokee-worker.html[cherokee-worker]: Web server stand alone program.
+ . link:other_bundle_cget.html[cget]: Web retriever.
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9 doc/bundle_cget.txt → doc/other_bundle_cget.txt
@@ -1,7 +1,10 @@
-== link:index.html[Index] -> link:bundle.html[Cherokee Bundle]
+== link:index.html[Index] -> link:other.html[Other information] -> link:other_bundle.html[Man pages]
+///////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////
+Last checked: Cherokee 1.0.5b
+///////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////
-Cherokee Bundle: cget
----------------------
+Man pages: cget
+---------------
This is an accessory tool developed for testing purposes of the
capabilities of Cherokee in the early releases. Over the time new
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9 doc/bundle_cherokee-admin.txt → doc/other_bundle_cherokee-admin.txt
@@ -1,7 +1,10 @@
-== link:index.html[Index] -> link:bundle.html[Cherokee Bundle]
+== link:index.html[Index] -> link:other.html[Other information] -> link:other_bundle.html[Man pages]
+///////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////
+Last checked: Cherokee 1.0.5b
+///////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////
-cherokee-admin
---------------
+Man pages: cherokee-admin
+-------------------------
This is the administration interface that allows for hassle-free,
simple and easy configuration of the Cherokee web server. It is the
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9 doc/bundle_cherokee-config.txt → doc/other_bundle_cherokee-config.txt
@@ -1,7 +1,10 @@
-== link:index.html[Index] -> link:bundle.html[Cherokee Bundle]
+== link:index.html[Index] -> link:other.html[Other information] -> link:other_bundle.html[Man pages]
+///////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////
+Last checked: Cherokee 1.0.5b
+///////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////
-Cherokee Bundle: cherokee-config
---------------------------------
+Man pages: cherokee-config
+--------------------------
This command-line tool is less known than the rest because it is to be
used by system administrators and developers. There is not much to be
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11 doc/bundle_cherokee-tweak.txt → doc/other_bundle_cherokee-tweak.txt
@@ -1,7 +1,10 @@
-== link:index.html[Index] -> link:bundle.html[Cherokee Bundle]
+== link:index.html[Index] -> link:other.html[Other information] -> link:other_bundle.html[Man pages]
+///////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////
+Last checked: Cherokee 1.0.5b
+///////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////
-Cherokee Bundle: cherokee-tweak
--------------------------------
+Man pages: cherokee-tweak
+-------------------------
This command-line tool is also not as well known as it would. Again
this is not by lack of merits, which in fact are considerable. Its
@@ -72,7 +75,7 @@ This is the full information provided by the manpage.
**********************************************************************
To use `cherokee-tweak`, an administrative interface must be defined
-within link:bundle_cherokee-admin.html[cherokee-admin]. That is, you
+within link:other_bundle_cherokee-admin.html[cherokee-admin]. That is, you
must define a path managed by the handler `Remote
Administration`. This can be done through the 'Virtual Servers' option,
in 'Behavior' and using the 'Add new rule' option.
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25 doc/bundle_cherokee-worker.txt → doc/other_bundle_cherokee-worker.txt
@@ -1,13 +1,14 @@
-== link:index.html[Index] -> link:bundle.html[Cherokee Bundle]
+== link:index.html[Index] -> link:other.html[Other information] -> link:other_bundle.html[Man pages]
+///////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////
+Last checked: Cherokee 1.0.5b
+///////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////
-Cherokee Bundle: cherokee-worker
---------------------------------
+Man pages: cherokee-worker
+--------------------------
+This executable is meant to be invoked only by the main
+link:other_bundle_cherokee.html[cherokee] instance. Executing it directly is
+a discouraged practice.
-This is the main Cherokee program. It can be launched in several ways
-as shown in the section link:basics_running_cherokee.html[Running
-Cherokee]. Unless specified otherwise, `cherokee-worker` will try to
-run with the configuration present in your default
-link:dev_cherokee.conf.html[cherokee.conf] file.
This is the full information provided by the manpage:
**********************************************************************
@@ -30,8 +31,12 @@ This is the full information provided by the manpage:
**********************************************************************
-The accepted parameters are those of the
-link:bundle_cherokee.html[cherokee] binary.
+It can be launched in several ways as shown in the section
+link:basics_running_cherokee.html[Running Cherokee]. Unless specified
+otherwise, `cherokee-worker` will try to run with the configuration
+present in your default link:dev_cherokee.conf.html[cherokee.conf]
+file. The accepted parameters are those of the
+link:other_bundle_cherokee.html[cherokee] binary.
To illustrate the usefulness of such options take the following
example:
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9 doc/bundle_cherokee.txt → doc/other_bundle_cherokee.txt
@@ -1,7 +1,10 @@
-== link:index.html[Index] -> link:bundle.html[Cherokee Bundle]
+== link:index.html[Index] -> link:other.html[Other information] -> link:other_bundle.html[Man pages]
+///////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////
+Last checked: Cherokee 1.0.5b
+///////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////
-Cherokee Bundle: cherokee
--------------------------
+Man pages: cherokee
+-------------------
This command-line tool is the main Cherokee executable. It is used as
a safety net to invoke `cherokee-worker` and to ensure it is always
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9 doc/bundle_spawn-fcgi.txt → doc/other_bundle_spawn-fcgi.txt
@@ -1,7 +1,10 @@
-== link:index.html[Index] -> link:bundle.html[Cherokee Bundle]
+== link:index.html[Index] -> link:other.html[Other information] -> link:other_bundle.html[Man pages]
+///////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////
+Last checked: Cherokee 1.0.5b
+///////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////////
-Cherokee Bundle: spawn-fcgi
----------------------------
+Man pages: spawn-fcgi
+---------------------
This is a tool used to spawn FastCGI processes so that any FastCGI
application can be interfaced with Cherokee. This is, for example, how PHP is
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2  doc/other_goodies.txt
@@ -28,7 +28,7 @@ also be used to trace Cherokee's state on the fly, even remotely and
on production servers.
This tool has its own documentation under the
-link:bundle_cherokee-tweak.html[cherokee-tweak] section.
+link:other_bundle_cherokee-tweak.html[cherokee-tweak] section.
[[x-sendifle]]
X-Sendfile
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6 doc/other_signals.txt
@@ -3,13 +3,13 @@
Other: Signals
--------------
-link:bundle_cherokee-admin.html[Cherokee-Admin] is all you need to
+link:other_bundle_cherokee-admin.html[Cherokee-Admin] is all you need to
interact with Cherokee. However, should you want to tap directly into
the underlying communication mechanism you would need to send the
-supported signals to the link:bundle_cherokee.html[cherokee] process.
+supported signals to the link:other_bundle_cherokee.html[cherokee] process.
If needed it will relay the appropriate signals to any
-link:bundle_cherokee-worker.html[cherokee-worker] instances.
+link:other_bundle_cherokee-worker.html[cherokee-worker] instances.
The following signals are supported by Cherokee:
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