nginx + .cgi/perl scripts...
mike503 at gmail.com
Wed Jul 2 05:37:44 MSD 2008
On 7/1/08, Cliff Wells <cliff at develix.com> wrote:
> No, and Igor has made it clear there are no plans to add CGI support to
> The preferred solutions would be (in order):
> 1) Don't use CGI. It's inefficient and outdated. If you can, rewrite
> your scripts to use FastCGI.
i -always- prefer PHP. even RoR or something else that has a better
solution for management.
> 2) Proxy to a simple http server such as thttpd to serve up CGI scripts.
unfortunately, this is bugzilla. i can't really -recode- bugzilla, and
unless someone knows how to run nginx+bugzilla...
it looks like i'm going with the thttpd solution. bleh. i hate perl-based apps.
> 3) Use the FastCGI wrapper provided on the wiki (perhaps provide a patch
> if it's inadequate in some way). Ultimately this is your "easy hack".
yeah... i don't know perl well enough to want to try hacking
daemonized stuff and all that jazz. i have to support this in the
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