apache reverse proxy centos cpanel to node.js server
We are attempting to forward requests to a node.js application running on port 30026. We are using CentoOS 6.9 final.
We are working on a project that accepts requests from an Apache server and forwards them to a node.js application.
Hi, can anybody tell me how can I setup on my server for specific cPanel user for NodeJS app to restart ... example if server is restarted or if something kill NodeJS app, it never restart, I presume I need to enable something, setup, from root side, but what command I need to use.
I try to configure my cpanel server run nodejs with apache passenger module. After active module passenger in cpanel i try to run a simple nodejs example from nodejs site, but not work. I can see only the passenger friendly error page. In log of apache I can see "cannot run node" but in server...
I have created a node program that it's working on http://mydomain:3000/node/index.js and I want to "hide" the port (3000).
I have been reading that I need the a proxy server so I installed engintron and configured different ways but I can't reach what I want.
For example I have used...
I've a VPS cpanel installed (CENTOS 7.4 kvm v68.0.28
I need to install nodejs on the server to be used by all shared accounts separated .
What is the best practice install node on root account or on separated shared accounts .
anyone know who to run nodejs work well with mod_passenger?
/opt/alt/ruby21/bin/gem install passenger
cant find passenger-install-apache2-module
I apologise if this is in the incorrect section of the forum, please feel free to move it accordingly if so.
I'm having some trouble installing NodeJS, I'm new to this and as a result am attempting to follow a guide online...
So, I am having an issue with one of my clients website.
It is running the Ghost blog, and I have supported him with it.
However, I ran into an issue after moving the site.
It now redirects to /index.html.var, but every other page works. :S
Here is the .htaccess:
I was wondering if anyone has an experience with installing NodeJS on cPanel machine.
Surprisingly there is so little info on the net about this. I found this tutorial: Installing Node.js and Python 2.7 on cPanel with a unique IP address - Out of Control and was wondering...