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@@ -113,9 +113,11 @@ Phase two: Cherokee
Now to set up Cherokee. To do this, use the provided `Wizard`. Launch
Cherokee-Admin on your proxy machine and then you will find this
-assistant under the `Platforms` category of the Wizards. Click, answer a few
-questions and you are done. You can then skip the rest of this
-document.
+assistant under the `Platforms` category of the Wizards. Simply go to
+the virtual server list page and click on the `Add` button at the top
+of the panel to show the list of available wizards. Click on the one
+for Alfresco, answer a few questions and you are done. You can then
+skip the rest of this document.
Should you have any problem with the assistant, you can perform the
same tasks manually. Simply set up Cherokee as reverse proxy. You can
@@ -21,9 +21,12 @@ Cherokee provides a wizard that will assist you on this task. You can
either dedicate a new virtual server to the task, or use a preexisting
one. It is your choice, since the Wizard contemplates both scenarios.
For the former you'll have to access the Wizard from the list of
-available ones within the `Virtual Servers` tab of Cherokee-Admin. The
-latter is accessed through the same list of Wizards, this time within
-the `Behavior` tab of any given virtual server.
+available ones within the `Virtual Servers` panel. The latter is
+accessed through the same list of Wizards of the `Rule Management`
+panel. This panel is accessed by visiting the `Behavior` tab of the
+selected virtual server, and triggering the `Rule panel` by clicking
+on the `Rule Management` button. In either case, use the `Add` button
+at the top of the panel to see the available wizards.
The wizard will simply ask for the host to be proxied and will set it
up for you to see. It will automatically detect if the provided
@@ -32,7 +32,8 @@ http://example.net/concrete5/).
==== Setting up Concrete5 as a new Virtual Server
The first step would be to go to the virtual server list page. Once in
-there, you'll have to click the `Wizards` button:
+there, click on the `Add` button at the top of the panel to show the
+list of available wizards.
image::media/images/admin_vservers_wizard.png[Virtual Server Wizards]
@@ -56,8 +57,9 @@ want to set up Concrete5 inside the `/blog` directory of one of our
virtual servers.
In this case, the first thing you will have to do is to enter the
-virtual server configuration you'd like to configure Concrete5 in. Once
-in there, click the `Wizards` button:
+virtual server configuration you'd like to configure Concrete5
+in. Visit the `Behavior` tab, use the `Rule Management` button and
+click on the `Add` button at the top of the panel.
image::media/images/admin_vserver_wizard.png[Virtual Server Wizards]
View
@@ -63,12 +63,14 @@ You can either do it by hand, or you can use the appropriate wizard
for a hassle-free configuration.
To do so, simply access the `Virtual Servers` section in
-`Cherokee-Admin`, and click on `Wizards` -> `Platforms` -
-`Django`. You can use this wizard both within your `Virtual
-Servers` list (in which case a new virtual server is configured) and
-from the `Behavior` tab inside one of your virtual servers. In this
-last scenario, the Django project will be accessible under the
-specified web directory of the selected virtual server.
+`Cherokee-Admin`, and click on the `Add` button at the top of the
+panel to show the list of available wizards. `Django` is located under
+the `Platforms` category. You can use this wizard both within your
+`Virtual Servers` list (in which case a new virtual server is
+configured), and from the `Rule Management` button on the `Behavior`
+tab inside one of your virtual servers. In this last scenario, the
+Django project will be accessible under the specified web directory of
+the selected virtual server.
image::media/images/admin_vservers_wizard.png[Virtual Server Wizards]
View
@@ -21,7 +21,8 @@ Setting up Drupal as a new Virtual Server
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
The first step would be to go to the virtual server list page. Once in
-there, you'll have to click the `Wizards` button:
+there, click on the `Add` button at the top of the panel to show the
+list of available wizards.
image::media/images/admin_vservers_wizard.png[Virtual Server Wizards]
@@ -46,8 +47,9 @@ want to set up Drupal inside the `/blog` directory of one of our
virtual servers.
In this case, the first thing you will have to do is to enter the
-virtual server configuration you'd like to configure Drupal in. Once
-in there, click the `Wizards` button:
+virtual server configuration you'd like to configure Drupal in. Visit
+the `Behavior` tab, use the `Rule Management` button and click on the
+`Add` button at the top of the panel.
image::media/images/admin_vserver_wizard.png[Virtual Server Wizards]
@@ -19,5 +19,5 @@ Wiki].
//////
TO DO:
Talk about uCherokee.
-Recolect information about more devices, such as the NSLU2.
+Collect information about more devices, such as the NSLU2.
//////
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@@ -134,12 +134,16 @@ Configuring Cherokee
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
Cherokee provides a wizard that will assist you on this task. You can
-either dedicate a new virtual server to the task, or use a preexisting
+either dedicate a new virtual server for this, or use a preexisting
one. It is your choice, since the Wizard contemplates both scenarios.
+
For the former you'll have to access the Wizard from the list of
-available ones within the `Virtual Servers` tab of Cherokee-Admin. The
-latter is accessed through the same list of Wizards, this time within
-the `Behavior` tab of any given virtual server.
+available ones within the `Virtual Servers` section of Cherokee-Admin,
+clicking on the `Add` button at the top of the panel. The latter is
+accessed through the same list of Wizards, this time using the `Rule
+Management` button within the `Behavior` tab of any given virtual
+server. Once the panel with the rules is listed, follow a similar
+procedure using the `Add` button located at the top.
The wizard will simply ask for the host to be proxied and will set it
up for you to see. Should you need to add more machines to your
View
@@ -36,8 +36,9 @@ http://example.net/joomla/).
Setting up Joomla as a new Virtual Server
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
-The first step would be to go to the virtual server list page. Once in
-there, you'll have to click the `Wizards` button:
+The first step would be visiting the virtual server list page and
+clicking on the `Add` button at the top of the panel to show the list
+of available wizards.
image::media/images/admin_vservers_wizard.png[Virtual Server Wizards]
@@ -63,7 +64,9 @@ virtual servers.
In this case, the first thing you will have to do is to enter the
virtual server configuration you'd like to configure Joomla in. Once
-in there, click the `Wizards` button:
+in there, visit the `Behavior` tab and trigger the `Rule panel` by
+clicking on the `Rule Management` button. Then, use the `Add` button
+at the top of the panel to see the available wizards:
image::media/images/admin_vserver_wizard.png[Virtual Server Wizards]
View
@@ -29,7 +29,7 @@ Then, you have to set up several rules in Cherokee to rewrite the
requests. To do that, proceed to the
link:config_virtual_servers.html[Virtual servers] section. Select the
virtual server that you will be configuring and go to the `Behavior`
-tab to set up the rules.
+tab and `Rule Management` to set up the rules.
.Steps
. You will need to keep the rule for the `php` extension.
View
@@ -19,12 +19,12 @@ section specific to Cherokee: the configuration of the web server.
You should really use the recommended method, which is using the
configuration wizard provided by Cherokee-Admin. Simply go to the
-virtual server list page. Once in there, you'll have to click the
-`Wizards` button:
+virtual server list page and click on the `Add` button at the top of
+the panel to show the list of available wizards.
image::media/images/admin_vservers_wizard.png[Virtual Server Wizards]
-Now, you will have to select the `Misc` category, and run the
+Now, you will have to select the `Web Applications` category, and run the
`Mailman` wizard. You will be asked for some basic parameters about
the installation. The new virtual server will be created after this
form is submitted. The virtual server configuration will cover the
@@ -100,13 +100,15 @@ maintenance directory.
Advanced Example: Staff review
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
-By now you can switch the server to and from maintenance mode.
+By now you should be able of switching the server to and from
+maintenance mode.
+
The next essential feature needed is to allow specific users to be
able to access the original site, not the maintenance version, so that
-the can view the changes reflected as soon as they work on something.
+they can view the changes reflected while they are working.
-The tweaking here has to take place in the original vhost. The steps
-are also fairly simple.
+The tweaking here has to take place in the original virtual
+server. The steps are also fairly simple.
- In this example we will be adding a new
imaginary domain to the list of domains managed by the virtual
@@ -35,8 +35,8 @@ cherokee-admin
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
First, the remote administration handler must be configured, so we
will have to create a rule for that (`Virtual Servers` -> `default` ->
-`Behavior` -> `Add new rule`). We will use a directory-type
-rule.
+`Behavior` -> `Rule Management` -> `Add New`). We will use a
+directory-type rule.
[options="header"]
|=======================
@@ -97,3 +97,7 @@ Setting backup mode.. OK
Log file '/var/log/cherokee.access' moved to '/var/log/cherokee.access.1' successfully
Restoring production mode.. OK
-----
+
+That should do it. link: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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@@ -31,8 +31,9 @@ Configure Cherokee using the Wizard
Setting up Moodle as a new Virtual Server
^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^^
-The first step would be to go to the virtual server list page. Once in
-there, you'll have to click the `Wizards` button:
+The first step would be to go to the virtual server list page. Then,
+click on the `Add` button at the top of the panel to show the list of
+available wizards.
image::media/images/admin_vservers_wizard.png[Virtual Server Wizards]
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@@ -14,7 +14,9 @@ regular binaries.
It requires a single operation to get PHP configured on a Virtual
Server: Choose the virtual server your want to configure, and click on
-the `Behavior` tab. Once in there, click on `Wizards`:
+the `Behavior` tab and trigger the `Rule panel` by clicking on the
+`Rule Management` button. Once in there, use the `Add` button at the
+top of the panel to see the available wizards:
image::media/images/admin_vserver_wizard.png[Virtual Server Wizards]
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@@ -74,8 +74,8 @@ Configuring with the Wizard
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
`Cherokee-Admin` provides a wizard for phpBB that will configure the
-web server appropriately. Just find it under the `Misc` category,
-provide some basic information and you are good to go.
+web server appropriately. Just find it under the `Web Applications`
+category, provide some basic information and you are good to go.
Then point your web browser to `http://example.net` and follow all the
steps. Basically you will have to provide the database information and
@@ -101,9 +101,11 @@ Configuring with the Wizard
There is also a wizard to assist you with your configuration. Once
phpMyAdmin is installed, simply access one of your virtual servers in
-`Cherokee-Admin`. Then, click on the phpMyAdmin wizard that can be
-found in the `Behavior` tab, by clicking on `Wizards` and under the
-`Database` category.
+`Cherokee-Admin`. Then, access the `Behavior` tab and trigger the
+`Rule panel` by clicking on the `Rule Management` button. Once in
+there, use the `Add` button at the top of the panel to see the
+available wizards, and choose the phpMyAdmin wizard that can be found
+under the `Web Applications` category.
Considerations
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
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@@ -10,8 +10,8 @@ examples both in the link:config_quickstart.html[quickstart] and in
the link:modules_handlers_redir.html[redirection] handler sections.
There is also a wizard to automatically assist you with
-redirections. It can be found in the `Wizards` link of the `Virtual
-Servers` tab, under the `Tasks` category.
+redirections. It can be found in the link:config_wizards.html[Wizards]
+section of the `Virtual Servers` panel.
Redirecting www.example.net to example.net
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
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@@ -4,8 +4,8 @@ Cookbook: Setting up Ruby on Rails
----------------------------------
Setting up a Rails application to run with Cherokee is not only
-easy. It is also the best possible solution to manage the load among
-one or many Rails servers. This is done by using an extremely
+easy. It is also the best possible solution to manage the load among a
+bunch of servers running Rails. This is done by using an extremely
efficient web server to manage the web part and leaving as many free
resources as possible to Rails.
@@ -75,8 +75,17 @@ for a hassle-free configuration.
You should really use the recommended method, which is using the
configuration wizard provided by Cherokee-Admin. Simply go to the
-virtual server list page. Once in there, you'll have to click the
-`Wizards` button:
+virtual server list page and click on the `Add` button at the top of
+the panel to show the list of available wizards. This will allow you
+to set up a new dedicated virtual host for your Rails application.
+Once in there, use the `Add` button at the top of the panel to see the
+available wizards.
+
+If you wanted to configure Rails to run under a web directory of an
+existing virtual server, you would have to launch the wizard from
+within the specific virtual server, visiting the `Behavior` tab and
+trigger the `Rule panel` by clicking on the `Rule Management`
+button.
image::media/images/admin_vservers_wizard.png[Virtual Server Wizards]
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@@ -16,11 +16,13 @@ Standard configuration
To configure Cherokee to stream media files is trivial. The only thing
you will have to do is to choose the virtual server on which you want
-to enable the streaming functionality, and then click on `Wizard`.
+to enable the streaming functionality, and then click on the `Add New`
+button located at the top of the panel.
image::media/images/admin_vserver_wizard.png[Virtual Server Wizards]
-Once in there, the only thing left to do is to click `Misc` and run
-the Streaming wizard. Right after which the virtual server will be
-ready to stream your media files, including MP3, OGG, OGV, MP4, etc.
+Once in there, the only thing left to do is finding the the Streaming
+wizard under the `Tasks` category, and following the
+instructions. Right after which the virtual server will be ready to
+stream your media files, including MP3, OGG, OGV, MP4, etc.
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@@ -34,10 +34,14 @@ installation Wizard.
To do this, you'll have to locate the Wizard, available for
installation under a subdirectory or using a new dedicated virtual
-server. In both cases you'll find a Wizard option: the former one will
-have it available within every available virtual server, and the
-latter will directly be present under the `Virtual Servers` section of
-the admin.
+server. In both cases you'll find a Wizard option: For the former
+you'll have to access the Wizard from the list of available ones
+within the `Virtual Servers` section of Cherokee-Admin, clicking on
+the `Add` button at the top of the panel. The latter is accessed
+through the same list of Wizards, this time using the `Rule
+Management` button within the `Behavior` tab of any given virtual
+server. Once the panel with the rules is listed, follow a similar
+procedure using the `Add` button located at the top.
Once the Wizard list is visible, simply go to the `Misc`
section, click on `Sugar`, provide the basic information and you can
@@ -21,7 +21,8 @@ Setting up Wordpress as a new Virtual Server
~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~
The first step would be to go to the virtual server list page. Once in
-there, you'll have to click the `Wizards` button:
+there, click on the `Add` button at the top of the panel to show the
+list of available wizards.
image::media/images/admin_vservers_wizard.png[Virtual Server Wizards]
@@ -46,8 +47,9 @@ want to set up Wordpress inside the `/blog` directory of one of our
virtual servers.
In this case, the first thing you will have to do is to enter the
-virtual server configuration you'd like to configure Wordpress in.
-Once in there, click the `Wizards` button:
+virtual server configuration you'd like to configure WordPress
+in. Visit the `Behavior` tab, use the `Rule Management` button and
+click on the `Add` button at the top of the panel.
image::media/images/admin_vserver_wizard.png[Virtual Server Wizards]
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@@ -65,9 +65,9 @@ Launch cherokee-admin, and proceed to the
link:config_virtual_servers.html[Virtual servers] section.
Now you can either enter the chosen one to install under a web folder,
-or directly click on the `Symfony Wizard` to create a customised
-virtual server. In any case you will find the wizard under the
-`Platforms` category.
+or directly click on the `Add` button of the `Virtual Servers` panel
+to create a customised virtual server. In any case you will find the
+wizard under the `Platforms` category.
After that you will be asked for the minimal information required to
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