Using revIgniter with on-rev and multiple sites/domains

Keith Clarke keith.clarke at clarkeandclarke.co.uk
Sun Aug 14 12:21:36 EDT 2011


...thanks Stephen, for the clarification that revIgniter is currently scoped as a domain/sub-domain-level solution. 

I'm new to revIgniter and was rather hoping to just set it at a server level in the background (the way I had implemented RevServer before upgrading to on-rev) so that the capabilities were available as needed wherever and whenever might be useful. (Maybe I'm missing the point on revIgniter there.)

So, unless I'm missing the obvious, the installation question remains - do the revIgniter files get uploaded into the addon domain's webroot or docroot?
Best,
Keith..

On 14 Aug 2011, at 16:05, stephen barncard wrote:

> I don't think Revigniter (or any other web app ) can span domains. However,
> why not create a special domain or subdomain for Revigniter ?
> 
> 
> On 14 August 2011 07:01, Keith Clarke <keith.clarke at clarkeandclarke.co.uk>wrote:
> 
>> Hi folks,
>> When using revIgniter for on-rev, across multiple addon domains, where
>> should the revIgniter files be installed? The revIgniter installation
>> instructions state, at lines:
>> 
>> '2. Upload the revIgniter folders and files to your server. Normally the
>> index.irev file will be at your root.'
>> 
>> '3. Open the application/config/config.irev file with a text editor and set
>> your base URL.
>> 
>> The latter seems to imply a per-site implementation, so it seems that the
>> 'root' cited in line 2 does not mean the docroot of mydomain at on-rev.com.
>> So, do the revIgniter files go into the addon domain's docroot or webroot
>> (public_html/)?
>> Best,
>> Keith..





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