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CentOS 5.9 and Lasso 8.6

Johan Solve
5.9 is out today. Has anyone tried this with Lasso 8.6 yet?

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Re: CentOS 5.9 and Lasso 8.6

Marc Pope-2
I'm not sure about Lasso but on a few machines after the update, a couple mysterious ports opened up, we think it's tied to nfs-utilities package.

On Jan 17, 2013, at 9:33 AM, Johan Solve <[hidden email]> wrote:

> 5.9 is out today. Has anyone tried this with Lasso 8.6 yet?
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Re: CentOS 5.9 and Lasso 8.6

Johan Solve
No issues with 5.9 so far.


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> I'm not sure about Lasso but on a few machines after the update, a couple
> mysterious ports opened up, we think it's tied to nfs-utilities package.
>
> On Jan 17, 2013, at 9:33 AM, Johan Solve <[hidden email]> wrote:
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> > 5.9 is out today. Has anyone tried this with Lasso 8.6 yet?
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Lasso 9 and virtual hosts...

Jewett, Greg
So, I am getting ramped up to start using my Lasso 9 installation.
I have used Lasso 3, 6, and part of 8 in the past.

I was able to get it installed and into the instance manager and then open an instance.  But I think that after I got that far, I stopped, and did not put any further effort into it some time ago.  I do not recall any setup that I did.

Now, I am trying to get my site to work, just normal virtual hosts, httpd on Linux, and ran into something I have never seen Lasso spit out:

An unhandled failure during a web request
Error Code: 404
Error Msg: The file "/iatnet/index.lasso" was not found
Error Stack:
535:3 web_response.lasso
514:3 web_response.lasso
513:4 web_response.lasso
140:12 web_response.lasso
126:4 web_response.lasso
122:4 web_response.lasso
122:4 web_response.lasso
239:19 web_response.lasso
182:2 error.lasso
182:2 error.lasso
176:2 error.lasso
175:2 error.lasso
121:3 web_response.lasso
239:19 web_response.lasso
229:3 web_response.lasso
227:6 web_response.lasso
664:17 fastcgi.lasso
182:2 error.lasso
182:2 error.lasso
176:2 error.lasso
175:2 error.lasso
663:2 fastcgi.lasso
287:16 fastcgi.lasso
283:3 fastcgi.lasso
275:2 fastcgi.lasso
182:2 error.lasso
182:2 error.lasso
176:2 error.lasso
175:2 error.lasso
281:2 fastcgi.lasso
275:2 fastcgi.lasso
270:2 fastcgi.lasso
270:2 fastcgi.lasso
554:4 fastcgi.lasso
553:4 fastcgi.lasso
551:21 fastcgi.lasso


?!?!?!  What the heck?

The URL that I am trying to visit is:   http://ssnet.signaturescience.com/iatnet/
(this is an intranet -- so it will not resolve for you)


I have a virtual host - but verified that works within httpd directly.

So here are a screenshot of my config..

[cid:[hidden email]]


sigweb is the name (hostname) of the computer.

in my DNS:

ssnet.signaturescience.com<http://ssnet.signaturescience.com>  CNAME  sigweb.corp.signaturescience.com<http://sigweb.corp.signaturescience.com>
ssnet.corp.signaturescience.com<http://ssnet.corp.signaturescience.com>  CNAME  sigweb.corp.signaturescience.com<http://sigweb.corp.signaturescience.com>

How do I get lasso to work from ssnet.signaturescience.com<http://ssnet.signaturescience.com>?


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Re: Lasso 9 and virtual hosts...

stevepiercy
That's the new error stack in Lasso 9, which provides a lot more
useful information than before.  I did a presentation on how to
interpret it at the last LDC, but I don't see the materials on
lassosoft.com.  :(

This is the meat of this specific error:

Error Code: 404
Error Msg: The file "/iatnet/index.lasso" was not found

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On 2/4/13 at 4:58 PM, [hidden email] (Jewett,
Greg) pronounced:

>So, I am getting ramped up to start using my Lasso 9 installation.
>I have used Lasso 3, 6, and part of 8 in the past.
>
>I was able to get it installed and into the instance manager
>and then open an instance.  But I think that after I got that
>far, I stopped, and did not put any further effort into it some
>time ago.  I do not recall any setup that I did.
>
>Now, I am trying to get my site to work, just normal virtual
>hosts, httpd on Linux, and ran into something I have never seen
>Lasso spit out:
>
>An unhandled failure during a web request
>Error Code: 404
>Error Msg: The file "/iatnet/index.lasso" was not found
>Error Stack:
>535:3 web_response.lasso
>514:3 web_response.lasso
>513:4 web_response.lasso
>140:12 web_response.lasso
>126:4 web_response.lasso
>122:4 web_response.lasso
>122:4 web_response.lasso
>239:19 web_response.lasso
>182:2 error.lasso
>182:2 error.lasso
>176:2 error.lasso
>175:2 error.lasso
>121:3 web_response.lasso
>239:19 web_response.lasso
>229:3 web_response.lasso
>227:6 web_response.lasso
>664:17 fastcgi.lasso
>182:2 error.lasso
>182:2 error.lasso
>176:2 error.lasso
>175:2 error.lasso
>663:2 fastcgi.lasso
>287:16 fastcgi.lasso
>283:3 fastcgi.lasso
>275:2 fastcgi.lasso
>182:2 error.lasso
>182:2 error.lasso
>176:2 error.lasso
>175:2 error.lasso
>281:2 fastcgi.lasso
>275:2 fastcgi.lasso
>270:2 fastcgi.lasso
>270:2 fastcgi.lasso
>554:4 fastcgi.lasso
>553:4 fastcgi.lasso
>551:21 fastcgi.lasso
>
>
>?!?!?!  What the heck?
>
>The URL that I am trying to visit is:   http://ssnet.signaturescience.com/iatnet/
>(this is an intranet -- so it will not resolve for you)
>
>
>I have a virtual host - but verified that works within httpd directly.
>
>So here are a screenshot of my config..
>
>[cid:[hidden email]]
>
>
>sigweb is the name (hostname) of the computer.
>
>in my DNS:
>
>ssnet.signaturescience.com<http://ssnet.signaturescience.com>  
>CNAME  sigweb.corp.signaturescience.com<http://sigweb.corp.signaturescience.com>
>ssnet.corp.signaturescience.com<http://ssnet.corp.signaturescience.com>  
>CNAME  sigweb.corp.signaturescience.com<http://sigweb.corp.signaturescience.com>
>
>How do I get lasso to work from ssnet.signaturescience.com<http://ssnet.signaturescience.com>?
>
>
>________________________________
>Greg Jewett
>Senior Network and Domain Administrator
>Signature Science, LLC
>(512) 533-2027  [hidden email]<mailto:[hidden email]>
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Re: Lasso 9 and virtual hosts...

Marc Vos
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Due to the use of FastCGI, your vhost must explicitly be configured for that host and the physical path to the webroot, otherwise Lasso9 looks at the default webroot for /ianet/index.lasso

For example, I use USERDIR in my desktop and the path http://localhost/~marcvos/index.lasso does work with L8 but not with L9. L9's FastCGI looks for /Library/Webserver/Documents/~marcvos/index.lasso, which does not exist.
So I setup a vhost for localhost and, new, localuser which points to /Users/marcvos/Sites so now I can do http://localuser/index.lasso in L9.

Just an explanation to point you in some direction that there is a difference now: Apache will act the same with L9 as with L8, but FastCGI is a new tool which has its own way of creating paths - different from Apache.

Correct me if I'm wrong ;-)

- -
hth,
Marc


On 4 feb. 2013, at 23:58, "Jewett, Greg" <[hidden email]> wrote:

> So, I am getting ramped up to start using my Lasso 9 installation.
> I have used Lasso 3, 6, and part of 8 in the past.
>
> I was able to get it installed and into the instance manager and then open an instance.  But I think that after I got that far, I stopped, and did not put any further effort into it some time ago.  I do not recall any setup that I did.
>
> Now, I am trying to get my site to work, just normal virtual hosts, httpd on Linux, and ran into something I have never seen Lasso spit out:
>
> An unhandled failure during a web request
> Error Code: 404
> Error Msg: The file "/iatnet/index.lasso" was not found
> Error Stack:
> 535:3 web_response.lasso
> 514:3 web_response.lasso
> 513:4 web_response.lasso
> 140:12 web_response.lasso
> 126:4 web_response.lasso
> 122:4 web_response.lasso
> 122:4 web_response.lasso
> 239:19 web_response.lasso
> 182:2 error.lasso
> 182:2 error.lasso
> 176:2 error.lasso
> 175:2 error.lasso
> 121:3 web_response.lasso
> 239:19 web_response.lasso
> 229:3 web_response.lasso
> 227:6 web_response.lasso
> 664:17 fastcgi.lasso
> 182:2 error.lasso
> 182:2 error.lasso
> 176:2 error.lasso
> 175:2 error.lasso
> 663:2 fastcgi.lasso
> 287:16 fastcgi.lasso
> 283:3 fastcgi.lasso
> 275:2 fastcgi.lasso
> 182:2 error.lasso
> 182:2 error.lasso
> 176:2 error.lasso
> 175:2 error.lasso
> 281:2 fastcgi.lasso
> 275:2 fastcgi.lasso
> 270:2 fastcgi.lasso
> 270:2 fastcgi.lasso
> 554:4 fastcgi.lasso
> 553:4 fastcgi.lasso
> 551:21 fastcgi.lasso
>
>
> ?!?!?!  What the heck?
>
> The URL that I am trying to visit is:   http://ssnet.signaturescience.com/iatnet/
> (this is an intranet -- so it will not resolve for you)
>
>
> I have a virtual host - but verified that works within httpd directly.
>
> So here are a screenshot of my config..
>
> [cid:[hidden email]]
>
>
> sigweb is the name (hostname) of the computer.
>
> in my DNS:
>
> ssnet.signaturescience.com<http://ssnet.signaturescience.com>  CNAME  sigweb.corp.signaturescience.com<http://sigweb.corp.signaturescience.com>
> ssnet.corp.signaturescience.com<http://ssnet.corp.signaturescience.com>  CNAME  sigweb.corp.signaturescience.com<http://sigweb.corp.signaturescience.com>
>
> How do I get lasso to work from ssnet.signaturescience.com<http://ssnet.signaturescience.com>?
>
>
> ________________________________
> Greg Jewett
> Senior Network and Domain Administrator
> Signature Science, LLC
> (512) 533-2027  [hidden email]<mailto:[hidden email]>
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Re: Lasso 9 and virtual hosts...

Jewett, Greg
Consider me seriously confused!

Here is the image: https://sites.google.com/a/ejewett.com/pfjewett/lasso_config_2013-02-05.png

Here is my VirtualHost config:

<VirtualHost *:80>
    ServerAdmin [hidden email]<mailto:[hidden email]>
    DocumentRoot /var/www/html/ssnet
    ServerName ssnet.signaturescience.com<http://ssnet.signaturescience.com>
    ErrorLog logs/ssnet_error.log
    CustomLog logs/ssnet_access.log common
</VirtualHost>

What do I need to change?

Where can I find more documentation regarding this FastCGI that is being used by Lasso?


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On Feb 5, 2013, at 03:42 am, <[hidden email]<mailto:[hidden email]>> <[hidden email]<mailto:[hidden email]>> wrote:

Due to the use of FastCGI, your vhost must explicitly be configured for that host and the physical path to the webroot, otherwise Lasso9 looks at the default webroot for /ianet/index.lasso

For example, I use USERDIR in my desktop and the path http://localhost/~marcvos/index.lasso does work with L8 but not with L9. L9's FastCGI looks for /Library/Webserver/Documents/~marcvos/index.lasso, which does not exist.
So I setup a vhost for localhost and, new, localuser which points to /Users/marcvos/Sites so now I can do http://localuser/index.lasso in L9.

Just an explanation to point you in some direction that there is a difference now: Apache will act the same with L9 as with L8, but FastCGI is a new tool which has its own way of creating paths - different from Apache.

Correct me if I'm wrong ;-)

- -
hth,
Marc


On 4 feb. 2013, at 23:58, "Jewett, Greg" <[hidden email]<mailto:[hidden email]>> wrote:

So, I am getting ramped up to start using my Lasso 9 installation.
I have used Lasso 3, 6, and part of 8 in the past.

I was able to get it installed and into the instance manager and then open an instance.  But I think that after I got that far, I stopped, and did not put any further effort into it some time ago.  I do not recall any setup that I did.

Now, I am trying to get my site to work, just normal virtual hosts, httpd on Linux, and ran into something I have never seen Lasso spit out:

An unhandled failure during a web request
Error Code: 404
Error Msg: The file "/iatnet/index.lasso" was not found
Error Stack:
535:3 web_response.lasso
514:3 web_response.lasso
513:4 web_response.lasso
140:12 web_response.lasso
126:4 web_response.lasso
122:4 web_response.lasso
122:4 web_response.lasso
239:19 web_response.lasso
182:2 error.lasso
182:2 error.lasso
176:2 error.lasso
175:2 error.lasso
121:3 web_response.lasso
239:19 web_response.lasso
229:3 web_response.lasso
227:6 web_response.lasso
664:17 fastcgi.lasso
182:2 error.lasso
182:2 error.lasso
176:2 error.lasso
175:2 error.lasso
663:2 fastcgi.lasso
287:16 fastcgi.lasso
283:3 fastcgi.lasso
275:2 fastcgi.lasso
182:2 error.lasso
182:2 error.lasso
176:2 error.lasso
175:2 error.lasso
281:2 fastcgi.lasso
275:2 fastcgi.lasso
270:2 fastcgi.lasso
270:2 fastcgi.lasso
554:4 fastcgi.lasso
553:4 fastcgi.lasso
551:21 fastcgi.lasso


?!?!?!  What the heck?

The URL that I am trying to visit is:   http://ssnet.signaturescience.com/iatnet/
(this is an intranet -- so it will not resolve for you)


I have a virtual host - but verified that works within httpd directly.

So here are a screenshot of my config..

[cid:[hidden email]<mailto:[hidden email]>]


sigweb is the name (hostname) of the computer.

in my DNS:

ssnet.signaturescience.com<http://ssnet.signaturescience.com><http://ssnet.signaturescience.com>  CNAME  sigweb.corp.signaturescience.com<http://sigweb.corp.signaturescience.com><http://sigweb.corp.signaturescience.com>
ssnet.corp.signaturescience.com<http://ssnet.corp.signaturescience.com><http://ssnet.corp.signaturescience.com>  CNAME  sigweb.corp.signaturescience.com<http://sigweb.corp.signaturescience.com><http://sigweb.corp.signaturescience.com>

How do I get lasso to work from ssnet.signaturescience.com<http://ssnet.signaturescience.com><http://ssnet.signaturescience.com>?


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Re: Lasso 9 and virtual hosts...

Jonathan Guthrie-3
Hi Greg,
You're right to be confused, I don't think it's a complicated issue.
While Lasso 9.2.x uses FastCGI as it's underlying tech for the Apache module, it is largely hidden from you as a server admin.

Lets backtrack a little:
- You have not said which OS and version you're using.
- Is it Ubuntu? CentOS?

You obviously have the main mod_lasso9 loaded and running for Apache, excellent.

The issue seems to be that however you have it configured, the virtual host is not directing requests *to* lasso9.

Try adding a simple:
AddHandler lasso9-handler .lasso

To your virtual host block and see what that does on restart of Apache.

Thanks
Jono


On 2013-02-05, at 12:51 PM, "Jewett, Greg" <[hidden email]> wrote:

> Consider me seriously confused!
>
> Here is the image: https://sites.google.com/a/ejewett.com/pfjewett/lasso_config_2013-02-05.png
>
> Here is my VirtualHost config:
>
> <VirtualHost *:80>
>    ServerAdmin [hidden email]<mailto:[hidden email]>
>    DocumentRoot /var/www/html/ssnet
>    ServerName ssnet.signaturescience.com<http://ssnet.signaturescience.com>
>    ErrorLog logs/ssnet_error.log
>    CustomLog logs/ssnet_access.log common
> </VirtualHost>
>
> What do I need to change?
>
> Where can I find more documentation regarding this FastCGI that is being used by Lasso?
>
>
> ________________________________
> Greg Jewett
> Senior Network and Domain Administrator
> Signature Science, LLC
> (512) 533-2027  [hidden email]<mailto:[hidden email]>
> Save a tree!  Don't print this e-mail unless it's necessary.
> Be the Solution!
>
> On Feb 5, 2013, at 03:42 am, <[hidden email]<mailto:[hidden email]>> <[hidden email]<mailto:[hidden email]>> wrote:
>
> Due to the use of FastCGI, your vhost must explicitly be configured for that host and the physical path to the webroot, otherwise Lasso9 looks at the default webroot for /ianet/index.lasso
>
> For example, I use USERDIR in my desktop and the path http://localhost/~marcvos/index.lasso does work with L8 but not with L9. L9's FastCGI looks for /Library/Webserver/Documents/~marcvos/index.lasso, which does not exist.
> So I setup a vhost for localhost and, new, localuser which points to /Users/marcvos/Sites so now I can do http://localuser/index.lasso in L9.
>
> Just an explanation to point you in some direction that there is a difference now: Apache will act the same with L9 as with L8, but FastCGI is a new tool which has its own way of creating paths - different from Apache.
>
> Correct me if I'm wrong ;-)
>
> - -
> hth,
> Marc
>
>
> On 4 feb. 2013, at 23:58, "Jewett, Greg" <[hidden email]<mailto:[hidden email]>> wrote:
>
> So, I am getting ramped up to start using my Lasso 9 installation.
> I have used Lasso 3, 6, and part of 8 in the past.
>
> I was able to get it installed and into the instance manager and then open an instance.  But I think that after I got that far, I stopped, and did not put any further effort into it some time ago.  I do not recall any setup that I did.
>
> Now, I am trying to get my site to work, just normal virtual hosts, httpd on Linux, and ran into something I have never seen Lasso spit out:
>
> An unhandled failure during a web request
> Error Code: 404
> Error Msg: The file "/iatnet/index.lasso" was not found
> Error Stack:
> 535:3 web_response.lasso
> 514:3 web_response.lasso
> 513:4 web_response.lasso
> 140:12 web_response.lasso
> 126:4 web_response.lasso
> 122:4 web_response.lasso
> 122:4 web_response.lasso
> 239:19 web_response.lasso
> 182:2 error.lasso
> 182:2 error.lasso
> 176:2 error.lasso
> 175:2 error.lasso
> 121:3 web_response.lasso
> 239:19 web_response.lasso
> 229:3 web_response.lasso
> 227:6 web_response.lasso
> 664:17 fastcgi.lasso
> 182:2 error.lasso
> 182:2 error.lasso
> 176:2 error.lasso
> 175:2 error.lasso
> 663:2 fastcgi.lasso
> 287:16 fastcgi.lasso
> 283:3 fastcgi.lasso
> 275:2 fastcgi.lasso
> 182:2 error.lasso
> 182:2 error.lasso
> 176:2 error.lasso
> 175:2 error.lasso
> 281:2 fastcgi.lasso
> 275:2 fastcgi.lasso
> 270:2 fastcgi.lasso
> 270:2 fastcgi.lasso
> 554:4 fastcgi.lasso
> 553:4 fastcgi.lasso
> 551:21 fastcgi.lasso
>
>
> ?!?!?!  What the heck?
>
> The URL that I am trying to visit is:   http://ssnet.signaturescience.com/iatnet/
> (this is an intranet -- so it will not resolve for you)
>
>
> I have a virtual host - but verified that works within httpd directly.
>
> So here are a screenshot of my config..
>
> [cid:[hidden email]<mailto:[hidden email]>]
>
>
> sigweb is the name (hostname) of the computer.
>
> in my DNS:
>
> ssnet.signaturescience.com<http://ssnet.signaturescience.com><http://ssnet.signaturescience.com>  CNAME  sigweb.corp.signaturescience.com<http://sigweb.corp.signaturescience.com><http://sigweb.corp.signaturescience.com>
> ssnet.corp.signaturescience.com<http://ssnet.corp.signaturescience.com><http://ssnet.corp.signaturescience.com>  CNAME  sigweb.corp.signaturescience.com<http://sigweb.corp.signaturescience.com><http://sigweb.corp.signaturescience.com>
>
> How do I get lasso to work from ssnet.signaturescience.com<http://ssnet.signaturescience.com><http://ssnet.signaturescience.com>?
>
>
> ________________________________
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Re: Lasso 9 and virtual hosts...

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Question is:

Does /var/www/html/ssnet/iatnet/index.lasso exist

Are the names indeed all lowercase? I see you're on a case-sensitive system.

- -
Marc



On 5 feb. 2013, at 18:51, "Jewett, Greg" <[hidden email]> wrote:

> Consider me seriously confused!
>
> Here is the image: https://sites.google.com/a/ejewett.com/pfjewett/lasso_config_2013-02-05.png
>
> Here is my VirtualHost config:
>
> <VirtualHost *:80>
>    ServerAdmin [hidden email]<mailto:[hidden email]>
>    DocumentRoot /var/www/html/ssnet
>    ServerName ssnet.signaturescience.com<http://ssnet.signaturescience.com>
>    ErrorLog logs/ssnet_error.log
>    CustomLog logs/ssnet_access.log common
> </VirtualHost>
>
> What do I need to change?
>
> Where can I find more documentation regarding this FastCGI that is being used by Lasso?
>
>
> ________________________________
> Greg Jewett
> Senior Network and Domain Administrator
> Signature Science, LLC
> (512) 533-2027  [hidden email]<mailto:[hidden email]>
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>
> On Feb 5, 2013, at 03:42 am, <[hidden email]<mailto:[hidden email]>> <[hidden email]<mailto:[hidden email]>> wrote:
>
> Due to the use of FastCGI, your vhost must explicitly be configured for that host and the physical path to the webroot, otherwise Lasso9 looks at the default webroot for /ianet/index.lasso
>
> For example, I use USERDIR in my desktop and the path http://localhost/~marcvos/index.lasso does work with L8 but not with L9. L9's FastCGI looks for /Library/Webserver/Documents/~marcvos/index.lasso, which does not exist.
> So I setup a vhost for localhost and, new, localuser which points to /Users/marcvos/Sites so now I can do http://localuser/index.lasso in L9.
>
> Just an explanation to point you in some direction that there is a difference now: Apache will act the same with L9 as with L8, but FastCGI is a new tool which has its own way of creating paths - different from Apache.
>
> Correct me if I'm wrong ;-)
>
> - -
> hth,
> Marc
>
>
> On 4 feb. 2013, at 23:58, "Jewett, Greg" <[hidden email]<mailto:[hidden email]>> wrote:
>
> So, I am getting ramped up to start using my Lasso 9 installation.
> I have used Lasso 3, 6, and part of 8 in the past.
>
> I was able to get it installed and into the instance manager and then open an instance.  But I think that after I got that far, I stopped, and did not put any further effort into it some time ago.  I do not recall any setup that I did.
>
> Now, I am trying to get my site to work, just normal virtual hosts, httpd on Linux, and ran into something I have never seen Lasso spit out:
>
> An unhandled failure during a web request
> Error Code: 404
> Error Msg: The file "/iatnet/index.lasso" was not found
> Error Stack:
> 535:3 web_response.lasso
> 514:3 web_response.lasso
> 513:4 web_response.lasso
> 140:12 web_response.lasso
> 126:4 web_response.lasso
> 122:4 web_response.lasso
> 122:4 web_response.lasso
> 239:19 web_response.lasso
> 182:2 error.lasso
> 182:2 error.lasso
> 176:2 error.lasso
> 175:2 error.lasso
> 121:3 web_response.lasso
> 239:19 web_response.lasso
> 229:3 web_response.lasso
> 227:6 web_response.lasso
> 664:17 fastcgi.lasso
> 182:2 error.lasso
> 182:2 error.lasso
> 176:2 error.lasso
> 175:2 error.lasso
> 663:2 fastcgi.lasso
> 287:16 fastcgi.lasso
> 283:3 fastcgi.lasso
> 275:2 fastcgi.lasso
> 182:2 error.lasso
> 182:2 error.lasso
> 176:2 error.lasso
> 175:2 error.lasso
> 281:2 fastcgi.lasso
> 275:2 fastcgi.lasso
> 270:2 fastcgi.lasso
> 270:2 fastcgi.lasso
> 554:4 fastcgi.lasso
> 553:4 fastcgi.lasso
> 551:21 fastcgi.lasso
>
>
> ?!?!?!  What the heck?
>
> The URL that I am trying to visit is:   http://ssnet.signaturescience.com/iatnet/
> (this is an intranet -- so it will not resolve for you)
>
>
> I have a virtual host - but verified that works within httpd directly.
>
> So here are a screenshot of my config..
>
> [cid:[hidden email]<mailto:[hidden email]>]
>
>
> sigweb is the name (hostname) of the computer.
>
> in my DNS:
>
> ssnet.signaturescience.com<http://ssnet.signaturescience.com><http://ssnet.signaturescience.com>  CNAME  sigweb.corp.signaturescience.com<http://sigweb.corp.signaturescience.com><http://sigweb.corp.signaturescience.com>
> ssnet.corp.signaturescience.com<http://ssnet.corp.signaturescience.com><http://ssnet.corp.signaturescience.com>  CNAME  sigweb.corp.signaturescience.com<http://sigweb.corp.signaturescience.com><http://sigweb.corp.signaturescience.com>
>
> How do I get lasso to work from ssnet.signaturescience.com<http://ssnet.signaturescience.com><http://ssnet.signaturescience.com>?
>
>
> ________________________________
> Greg Jewett
> Senior Network and Domain Administrator
> Signature Science, LLC
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Re: Lasso 9 and virtual hosts...

Marc Vos
Did you actually add

        index.lasso

to the DirectoryIndex directive in httpd.conf (I did not see it your vhost)


Furthermore, did you run

        sudo apachectl configtest

on that system? Just to check if all is configured correctly?


I had to add a <Directory>-block in my vhost-file to get it working:

<Directory "/var/www/html/ssnet">
        Options Indexes FollowSymLinks MultiViews
        AllowOverride None
        Order allow,deny
        Allow from all
</Directory>


Do you have this statement at the beginning in your vhosts file (I have; it was there already):

        NameVirtualHost *:80


My Lasso9 config looks like this (OS X 10.8, normal Lasso9 installer output):

marcvos @ ~ $ cat /etc/apache2/other/mod_lasso9.conf
#
# This is the Apache 2 configuration file for Lasso 9
# Mac OS X 10.6/10.7
#

<IfModule !lasso9_module>
        LoadModule lasso9_module libexec/apache2/mod_lasso9.so
</IfModule>

# all LassoApps routed through here
<Location /lasso9>
        SetHandler lasso9-handler
        Order allow,deny
        Allow from all
</Location>

# instance manager administrative facilities can be disabled by commenting this out
<Location /lasso9/instancemanager>
        SetHandler lasso9-instancemanager
        Order allow,deny
        Allow from all
</Location>

<Location ~ "^.*\.[Ll][Ss]$">
        SetHandler lasso9-handler
</Location>

As you see, I have .ls configured for Lasso9 to listen to. That way I can still use .lasso for L8

- -
hth,
Marc


On 5 feb. 2013, at 19:13, [hidden email] wrote:

> Question is:
>
> Does /var/www/html/ssnet/iatnet/index.lasso exist
>
> Are the names indeed all lowercase? I see you're on a case-sensitive system.
>
> - -
> Marc
>
>
>
> On 5 feb. 2013, at 18:51, "Jewett, Greg" <[hidden email]> wrote:
>
>> Consider me seriously confused!
>>
>> Here is the image: https://sites.google.com/a/ejewett.com/pfjewett/lasso_config_2013-02-05.png
>>
>> Here is my VirtualHost config:
>>
>> <VirtualHost *:80>
>>   ServerAdmin [hidden email]<mailto:[hidden email]>
>>   DocumentRoot /var/www/html/ssnet
>>   ServerName ssnet.signaturescience.com<http://ssnet.signaturescience.com>
>>   ErrorLog logs/ssnet_error.log
>>   CustomLog logs/ssnet_access.log common
>> </VirtualHost>
>>
>> What do I need to change?
>>
>> Where can I find more documentation regarding this FastCGI that is being used by Lasso?
>>
>>
>> ________________________________
>> Greg Jewett
>> Senior Network and Domain Administrator
>> Signature Science, LLC
>> (512) 533-2027  [hidden email]<mailto:[hidden email]>
>> Save a tree!  Don't print this e-mail unless it's necessary.
>> Be the Solution!
>>
>> On Feb 5, 2013, at 03:42 am, <[hidden email]<mailto:[hidden email]>> <[hidden email]<mailto:[hidden email]>> wrote:
>>
>> Due to the use of FastCGI, your vhost must explicitly be configured for that host and the physical path to the webroot, otherwise Lasso9 looks at the default webroot for /ianet/index.lasso
>>
>> For example, I use USERDIR in my desktop and the path http://localhost/~marcvos/index.lasso does work with L8 but not with L9. L9's FastCGI looks for /Library/Webserver/Documents/~marcvos/index.lasso, which does not exist.
>> So I setup a vhost for localhost and, new, localuser which points to /Users/marcvos/Sites so now I can do http://localuser/index.lasso in L9.
>>
>> Just an explanation to point you in some direction that there is a difference now: Apache will act the same with L9 as with L8, but FastCGI is a new tool which has its own way of creating paths - different from Apache.
>>
>> Correct me if I'm wrong ;-)
>>
>> - -
>> hth,
>> Marc
>>
>>
>> On 4 feb. 2013, at 23:58, "Jewett, Greg" <[hidden email]<mailto:[hidden email]>> wrote:
>>
>> So, I am getting ramped up to start using my Lasso 9 installation.
>> I have used Lasso 3, 6, and part of 8 in the past.
>>
>> I was able to get it installed and into the instance manager and then open an instance.  But I think that after I got that far, I stopped, and did not put any further effort into it some time ago.  I do not recall any setup that I did.
>>
>> Now, I am trying to get my site to work, just normal virtual hosts, httpd on Linux, and ran into something I have never seen Lasso spit out:
>>
>> An unhandled failure during a web request
>> Error Code: 404
>> Error Msg: The file "/iatnet/index.lasso" was not found
>> Error Stack:
>> 535:3 web_response.lasso
>> 514:3 web_response.lasso
>> 513:4 web_response.lasso
>> 140:12 web_response.lasso
>> 126:4 web_response.lasso
>> 122:4 web_response.lasso
>> 122:4 web_response.lasso
>> 239:19 web_response.lasso
>> 182:2 error.lasso
>> 182:2 error.lasso
>> 176:2 error.lasso
>> 175:2 error.lasso
>> 121:3 web_response.lasso
>> 239:19 web_response.lasso
>> 229:3 web_response.lasso
>> 227:6 web_response.lasso
>> 664:17 fastcgi.lasso
>> 182:2 error.lasso
>> 182:2 error.lasso
>> 176:2 error.lasso
>> 175:2 error.lasso
>> 663:2 fastcgi.lasso
>> 287:16 fastcgi.lasso
>> 283:3 fastcgi.lasso
>> 275:2 fastcgi.lasso
>> 182:2 error.lasso
>> 182:2 error.lasso
>> 176:2 error.lasso
>> 175:2 error.lasso
>> 281:2 fastcgi.lasso
>> 275:2 fastcgi.lasso
>> 270:2 fastcgi.lasso
>> 270:2 fastcgi.lasso
>> 554:4 fastcgi.lasso
>> 553:4 fastcgi.lasso
>> 551:21 fastcgi.lasso
>>
>>
>> ?!?!?!  What the heck?
>>
>> The URL that I am trying to visit is:   http://ssnet.signaturescience.com/iatnet/
>> (this is an intranet -- so it will not resolve for you)
>>
>>
>> I have a virtual host - but verified that works within httpd directly.
>>
>> So here are a screenshot of my config..
>>
>> [cid:[hidden email]<mailto:[hidden email]>]
>>
>>
>> sigweb is the name (hostname) of the computer.
>>
>> in my DNS:
>>
>> ssnet.signaturescience.com<http://ssnet.signaturescience.com><http://ssnet.signaturescience.com>  CNAME  sigweb.corp.signaturescience.com<http://sigweb.corp.signaturescience.com><http://sigweb.corp.signaturescience.com>
>> ssnet.corp.signaturescience.com<http://ssnet.corp.signaturescience.com><http://ssnet.corp.signaturescience.com>  CNAME  sigweb.corp.signaturescience.com<http://sigweb.corp.signaturescience.com><http://sigweb.corp.signaturescience.com>
>>
>> How do I get lasso to work from ssnet.signaturescience.com<http://ssnet.signaturescience.com><http://ssnet.signaturescience.com>?
>>
>>
>> ________________________________
>> Greg Jewett
>> Senior Network and Domain Administrator
>> Signature Science, LLC
>> (512) 533-2027  [hidden email]<mailto:[hidden email]><mailto:[hidden email]>
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Re: Lasso 9 and virtual hosts...

Jewett, Greg
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On Feb 5, 2013, at 12:10 pm, Jonathan Guthrie wrote:

Lets backtrack a little:
- You have not said which OS and version you're using.
- Is it Ubuntu? CentOS?

CentOS release 6.3 (Final)
Linux sigweb.signaturescience.com<http://sigweb.signaturescience.com> 2.6.32-279.19.1.el6.x86_64 #1 SMP Wed Dec 19 07:05:20 UTC 2012 x86_64 x86_64 x86_64 GNU/Linux

You obviously have the main mod_lasso9 loaded and running for Apache, excellent.

I did not stray from the installer defaults, had no reason to.

The issue seems to be that however you have it configured, the virtual host is not directing requests *to* lasso9.
Try adding a simple:
AddHandler lasso9-handler .lasso
To your virtual host block and see what that does on restart of Apache.

That did not make and difference, still the same:
An unhandled failure during a web request
Error Code: 404
Error Msg: The file "/iatnet/index.lasso" was not found
..and the error stack dump.

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Question is:
Does  /var/www/html/ssnet/iatnet/index.lasso exist
Are the names indeed all lowercase? I see you're on a case-sensitive system.

Marc - YES!  I had a moment of hesitation in head when I saw your question, but quickly squashed that thought with verification, whew!

[root@sigweb iatnet]# pwd
/var/www/html/ssnet/iatnet
[root@sigweb iatnet]# ls -lah index.lasso
-rw-r--r--. 1 w_gjewett webftp 3.6K Feb  4 16:20 index.lasso

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Marc --  To answer your questions:

Did you actually add
index.lasso
to the DirectoryIndex directive in httpd.conf (I did not see it your vhost)

DirectoryIndex default.php index.php index.html index.html.var index.php index.lasso default.lasso

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Furthermore, did you run
sudo apachectl configtest
on that system? Just to check if all is configured correctly?

Not initially, but now I have, and it is OK.

[root@sigweb iatnet]# sudo apachectl configtest
Syntax OK

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

There are <Directory> commands throughout the config file, but I added the one you suggested.
<Directory "/var/www/html/ssnet">
       Options Indexes FollowSymLinks MultiViews
       AllowOverride None
       Order allow,deny
       Allow from all
</Directory>

-------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------

Do you have this statement at the beginning in your vhosts file (I have; it was there already):

NameVirtualHost *:80

Yes, it is there… Here is the virtual host section of my config file:

### Section 3: Virtual Hosts
#
# VirtualHost: If you want to maintain multiple domains/hostnames on your
# machine you can setup VirtualHost containers for them. Most configurations
# use only name-based virtual hosts so the server doesn't need to worry about
# IP addresses. This is indicated by the asterisks in the directives below.
#
# Please see the documentation at
# <URL:http://httpd.apache.org/docs/2.2/vhosts/>
# for further details before you try to setup virtual hosts.
#
# You may use the command line option '-S' to verify your virtual host
# configuration.

#
# Use name-based virtual hosting.
#
NameVirtualHost *:80
#
# NOTE: NameVirtualHost cannot be used without a port specifier
# (e.g. :80) if mod_ssl is being used, due to the nature of the
# SSL protocol.
#

#
# VirtualHost example:
# Almost any Apache directive may go into a VirtualHost container.
# The first VirtualHost section is used for requests without a known
# server name.
#
#<VirtualHost *:80>
#    ServerAdmin [hidden email]<mailto:[hidden email]>
#    DocumentRoot /www/docs/dummy-host.example.com
#    ServerName dummy-host.example.com<http://dummy-host.example.com>
#    ErrorLog logs/dummy-host.example.com-error_log
#    CustomLog logs/dummy-host.example.com-access_log common
#</VirtualHost>

<VirtualHost *:80>
    AddHandler lasso9-handler .lasso
    ServerAdmin [hidden email]<mailto:[hidden email]>
    DocumentRoot /var/www/html/ssnet
    ServerName ssnet.signaturescience.com<http://ssnet.signaturescience.com>
    ErrorLog logs/ssnet_error.log
    CustomLog logs/ssnet_access.log common
</VirtualHost>

<Directory "/var/www/html/ssnet">
       Options Indexes FollowSymLinks MultiViews
       AllowOverride None
       Order allow,deny
       Allow from all
</Directory>






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Re: Lasso 9 and virtual hosts...

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On 2013-02-05, at 3:37 PM, "Jewett, Greg" <[hidden email]> wrote:

> CentOS release 6.3 (Final)
> Linux sigweb.signaturescience.com<http://sigweb.signaturescience.com> 2.6.32-279.19.1.el6.x86_64 #1 SMP Wed Dec 19 07:05:20 UTC 2012 x86_64 x86_64 x86_64 GNU/Linux

OK so 64-bit CentOS 6...
Can you confirm which version of Lasso 9 you have installed?

Can you get the admin?
http://ssnet.signaturescience.com/lasso9/admin

In the shell can you force the parent directory has the appropriate permissions -
# sudo chmod -R 644 /var/www/html/ssnet/



Thanks

Jono

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Jewett, Greg
I can get to the admin:
Screen snapshot: https://sites.google.com/a/ejewett.com/pfjewett/server-admin.png

I have version 9.2.5, per the instance viewer:
https://sites.google.com/a/ejewett.com/pfjewett/lasso_config_2013-02-05.png

Directory permissions confirmed:
drwxr-xr-x.  4 apache    webftp 4096 Feb  5 14:49 ssnet

I have also created files at the web root:  /var/www/html/test.lasso
..as well as root of ssnet:   /var/www/html/ssnet/test.lasso
..and the original file (explicitly called):  /var/www/html/ssnet/iatnet/index.lasso
..and the original file (not explicitly called):  /var/www/html/ssnet/iatnet/

All generate an error:

An unhandled failure during a web request
Error Code: 404
Error Msg: The file "/test.lasso" was not found

An unhandled failure during a web request
Error Code: 404
Error Msg: The file "/iatnet/index.lasso" was not found

Ugh!


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On Feb 5, 2013, at 02:56 pm, Jonathan Guthrie wrote:

On 2013-02-05, at 3:37 PM, "Jewett, Greg" <[hidden email]<mailto:[hidden email]>> wrote:

CentOS release 6.3 (Final)
Linux sigweb.signaturescience.com<http://sigweb.signaturescience.com><http://sigweb.signaturescience.com> 2.6.32-279.19.1.el6.x86_64 #1 SMP Wed Dec 19 07:05:20 UTC 2012 x86_64 x86_64 x86_64 GNU/Linux

OK so 64-bit CentOS 6...
Can you confirm which version of Lasso 9 you have installed?

Can you get the admin?
http://ssnet.signaturescience.com/lasso9/admin

In the shell can you force the parent directory has the appropriate permissions -
# sudo chmod -R 644 /var/www/html/ssnet/

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Hmmm..., what's in /etc/hosts ?  

Did you or someone else add stuff there that might point the domain to an internal IP that points to, perhaps, /var/empty ?

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On 5 feb. 2013, at 22:21, "Jewett, Greg" <[hidden email]> wrote:

> I can get to the admin:
> Screen snapshot: https://sites.google.com/a/ejewett.com/pfjewett/server-admin.png
>
> I have version 9.2.5, per the instance viewer:
> https://sites.google.com/a/ejewett.com/pfjewett/lasso_config_2013-02-05.png
>
> Directory permissions confirmed:
> drwxr-xr-x.  4 apache    webftp 4096 Feb  5 14:49 ssnet
>
> I have also created files at the web root:  /var/www/html/test.lasso
> ..as well as root of ssnet:   /var/www/html/ssnet/test.lasso
> ..and the original file (explicitly called):  /var/www/html/ssnet/iatnet/index.lasso
> ..and the original file (not explicitly called):  /var/www/html/ssnet/iatnet/
>
> All generate an error:
>
> An unhandled failure during a web request
> Error Code: 404
> Error Msg: The file "/test.lasso" was not found
>
> An unhandled failure during a web request
> Error Code: 404
> Error Msg: The file "/iatnet/index.lasso" was not found
>
> Ugh!
>
>
> ________________________________
> Greg Jewett
> Senior Network and Domain Administrator
> Signature Science, LLC
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> On Feb 5, 2013, at 02:56 pm, Jonathan Guthrie wrote:
>
> On 2013-02-05, at 3:37 PM, "Jewett, Greg" <[hidden email]<mailto:[hidden email]>> wrote:
>
> CentOS release 6.3 (Final)
> Linux sigweb.signaturescience.com<http://sigweb.signaturescience.com><http://sigweb.signaturescience.com> 2.6.32-279.19.1.el6.x86_64 #1 SMP Wed Dec 19 07:05:20 UTC 2012 x86_64 x86_64 x86_64 GNU/Linux
>
> OK so 64-bit CentOS 6...
> Can you confirm which version of Lasso 9 you have installed?
>
> Can you get the admin?
> http://ssnet.signaturescience.com/lasso9/admin
>
> In the shell can you force the parent directory has the appropriate permissions -
> # sudo chmod -R 644 /var/www/html/ssnet/
>
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Re: Lasso 9 and virtual hosts...

Jewett, Greg
Nope, I built this box, so no one to blame except me!  (it is internal box, so no outside hackers and troublemakers)

[root@sigweb html]# cat /etc/hosts
127.0.0.1   localhost localhost.localdomain localhost4 localhost4.localdomain4
::1         localhost localhost.localdomain localhost6 localhost6.localdomain6



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On Feb 5, 2013, at 03:35 pm, Marc Vos wrote:

Hmmm..., what's in /etc/hosts ?

Did you or someone else add stuff there that might point the domain to an internal IP that points to, perhaps, /var/empty ?

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BTW Marc - THANKS for your attempts at helping me.  I am dumbfounded by this problem and from the sounds of it, I have almost stumped ya.

I have sent this request to "[hidden email]<mailto:[hidden email]>" as well, and I will see what they have to say!

Any other ideas?

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On Feb 5, 2013, at 03:35 pm, Marc Vos wrote:

Hmmm..., what's in /etc/hosts ?

Did you or someone else add stuff there that might point the domain to an internal IP that points to, perhaps, /var/empty ?

- -
Marc

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On 5 feb. 2013, at 22:21, "Jewett, Greg" <[hidden email]<mailto:[hidden email]>> wrote:

I can get to the admin:
Screen snapshot: https://sites.google.com/a/ejewett.com/pfjewett/server-admin.png

I have version 9.2.5, per the instance viewer:
https://sites.google.com/a/ejewett.com/pfjewett/lasso_config_2013-02-05.png

Directory permissions confirmed:
drwxr-xr-x.  4 apache    webftp 4096 Feb  5 14:49 ssnet

I have also created files at the web root:  /var/www/html/test.lasso
..as well as root of ssnet:   /var/www/html/ssnet/test.lasso
..and the original file (explicitly called):  /var/www/html/ssnet/iatnet/index.lasso
..and the original file (not explicitly called):  /var/www/html/ssnet/iatnet/

All generate an error:

An unhandled failure during a web request
Error Code: 404
Error Msg: The file "/test.lasso" was not found

An unhandled failure during a web request
Error Code: 404
Error Msg: The file "/iatnet/index.lasso" was not found

Ugh!


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On Feb 5, 2013, at 02:56 pm, Jonathan Guthrie wrote:

On 2013-02-05, at 3:37 PM, "Jewett, Greg" <[hidden email]<mailto:[hidden email]><mailto:[hidden email]>> wrote:

CentOS release 6.3 (Final)
Linux sigweb.signaturescience.com<http://sigweb.signaturescience.com><http://sigweb.signaturescience.com><http://sigweb.signaturescience.com> 2.6.32-279.19.1.el6.x86_64 #1 SMP Wed Dec 19 07:05:20 UTC 2012 x86_64 x86_64 x86_64 GNU/Linux

OK so 64-bit CentOS 6...
Can you confirm which version of Lasso 9 you have installed?

Can you get the admin?
http://ssnet.signaturescience.com/lasso9/admin

In the shell can you force the parent directory has the appropriate permissions -
# sudo chmod -R 644 /var/www/html/ssnet/

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Re: Lasso 9 and virtual hosts...

stevepiercy
Just to be sure, can you bypass Lasso and serve an image or
other non-Lasso file from the same directory as the Lasso file?

If so, then confirm ownership and permissions of both the file
and its parent directory.  The lasso user might not have
permission to Read the file or eXecute within the webroot.

$ls -al /Library/WebServer/Documents/l9
total 2232
drwxr-xr-x  53 stevepiercy  admin    1802 Nov 27 01:22 .
...
-rw-r--r--@  1 stevepiercy  staff   18448 Sep  6  2011 AuthorizeNet_AIM_9.inc
-rw-r--r--@  1 stevepiercy  staff     417 Sep  6  2011 AuthorizeNet_AIM_9.lasso

--steve


On 2/5/13 at 3:49 PM, [hidden email] (Jewett,
Greg) pronounced:

>BTW Marc - THANKS for your attempts at helping me.  I am
>dumbfounded by this problem and from the sounds of it, I have
>almost stumped ya.
>
>I have sent this request to
>"[hidden email]<mailto:[hidden email]>" as well,
>and I will see what they have to say!
>
>Any other ideas?
>
>________________________________
>Greg Jewett
>Senior Network and Domain Administrator
>Signature Science, LLC
>(512) 533-2027  [hidden email]<mailto:[hidden email]>
>Save a tree!  Don't print this e-mail unless it's necessary.
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>
>On Feb 5, 2013, at 03:35 pm, Marc Vos wrote:
>
>Hmmm..., what's in /etc/hosts ?
>
>Did you or someone else add stuff there that might point the
>domain to an internal IP that points to, perhaps, /var/empty ?
>
>- -
>Marc
>
>Sent from my iPhone
>
>On 5 feb. 2013, at 22:21, "Jewett, Greg"
><[hidden email]<mailto:[hidden email]>>
>wrote:
>
>I can get to the admin:
>Screen snapshot: https://sites.google.com/a/ejewett.com/pfjewett/server-admin.png
>
>I have version 9.2.5, per the instance viewer:
>https://sites.google.com/a/ejewett.com/pfjewett/lasso_config_2013-02-05.png
>
>Directory permissions confirmed:
>drwxr-xr-x.  4 apache    webftp 4096 Feb  5 14:49 ssnet
>
>I have also created files at the web root:  /var/www/html/test.lasso
>..as well as root of ssnet:   /var/www/html/ssnet/test.lasso
>..and the original file (explicitly called):  /var/www/html/ssnet/iatnet/index.lasso
>..and the original file (not explicitly called):  /var/www/html/ssnet/iatnet/
>
>All generate an error:
>
>An unhandled failure during a web request
>Error Code: 404
>Error Msg: The file "/test.lasso" was not found
>
>An unhandled failure during a web request
>Error Code: 404
>Error Msg: The file "/iatnet/index.lasso" was not found
>
>Ugh!
>
>
>________________________________
>Greg Jewett
>Senior Network and Domain Administrator
>Signature Science, LLC
>(512) 533-2027  [hidden email]<mailto:[hidden email]><mailto:gjewett@
>signaturescience.com>
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>On Feb 5, 2013, at 02:56 pm, Jonathan Guthrie wrote:
>
>On 2013-02-05, at 3:37 PM, "Jewett, Greg" <[hidden email]<mailto:[hidden email]><mailto:gjewett@
>signaturescience.com>> wrote:
>
>CentOS release 6.3 (Final)
>Linux sigweb.signaturescience.com<http://sigweb.signaturescience.com><http://sigweb.
>signaturescience.com><http://sigweb.signaturescience.com>
>2.6.32-279.19.1.el6.x86_64 #1 SMP Wed Dec 19 07:05:20 UTC 2012
>x86_64 x86_64 x86_64 GNU/Linux
>
>OK so 64-bit CentOS 6...
>Can you confirm which version of Lasso 9 you have installed?
>
>Can you get the admin?
>http://ssnet.signaturescience.com/lasso9/admin
>
>In the shell can you force the parent directory has the appropriate permissions -
># sudo chmod -R 644 /var/www/html/ssnet/
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Re: Lasso 9 and virtual hosts...

Marc Vos
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:-)

I really think it has to do with the domain signaturescience.com and where that points to. Does the domain at your registrar actually point to the same IP you're doing this test on? If not, it might be that fastcgi tries to execute the lasso files on the other server. You can try to add your test domain to /etc/hosts to point to 127.0.0.1 or the actual IP of your server. That fools all outgoing requests for signaturescience.com to be executed on your server.

Is this a dev machine or the actual production server? Do you have some kind of Remote Desktop access to it, so you can try this same test remotely with 'localhost' as the host name?

...
Well, it's in my interest too, you know. I just went through some similar steps on OS X to be able to use the userdir's for development with L9. Somewhere in the next two weeks, I'll be doing this on my OS X server. So all hurdles help to build up knowledge to refer to if things don't work out of the box.

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On 5 feb. 2013, at 22:49, "Jewett, Greg" <[hidden email]> wrote:

> BTW Marc - THANKS for your attempts at helping me.  I am dumbfounded by this problem and from the sounds of it, I have almost stumped ya.
>
> I have sent this request to "[hidden email]<mailto:[hidden email]>" as well, and I will see what they have to say!
>
> Any other ideas?
>
> ________________________________
> Greg Jewett
> Senior Network and Domain Administrator
> Signature Science, LLC
> (512) 533-2027  [hidden email]<mailto:[hidden email]>
> Save a tree!  Don't print this e-mail unless it's necessary.
> Be the Solution!
>
> On Feb 5, 2013, at 03:35 pm, Marc Vos wrote:
>
> Hmmm..., what's in /etc/hosts ?
>
> Did you or someone else add stuff there that might point the domain to an internal IP that points to, perhaps, /var/empty ?
>
> - -
> Marc
>
> Sent from my iPhone
>
> On 5 feb. 2013, at 22:21, "Jewett, Greg" <[hidden email]<mailto:[hidden email]>> wrote:
>
> I can get to the admin:
> Screen snapshot: https://sites.google.com/a/ejewett.com/pfjewett/server-admin.png
>
> I have version 9.2.5, per the instance viewer:
> https://sites.google.com/a/ejewett.com/pfjewett/lasso_config_2013-02-05.png
>
> Directory permissions confirmed:
> drwxr-xr-x.  4 apache    webftp 4096 Feb  5 14:49 ssnet
>
> I have also created files at the web root:  /var/www/html/test.lasso
> ..as well as root of ssnet:   /var/www/html/ssnet/test.lasso
> ..and the original file (explicitly called):  /var/www/html/ssnet/iatnet/index.lasso
> ..and the original file (not explicitly called):  /var/www/html/ssnet/iatnet/
>
> All generate an error:
>
> An unhandled failure during a web request
> Error Code: 404
> Error Msg: The file "/test.lasso" was not found
>
> An unhandled failure during a web request
> Error Code: 404
> Error Msg: The file "/iatnet/index.lasso" was not found
>
> Ugh!
>
>
> ________________________________
> Greg Jewett
> Senior Network and Domain Administrator
> Signature Science, LLC
> (512) 533-2027  [hidden email]<mailto:[hidden email]><mailto:[hidden email]>
> Save a tree!  Don't print this e-mail unless it's necessary.
> Be the Solution!
>
> On Feb 5, 2013, at 02:56 pm, Jonathan Guthrie wrote:
>
> On 2013-02-05, at 3:37 PM, "Jewett, Greg" <[hidden email]<mailto:[hidden email]><mailto:[hidden email]>> wrote:
>
> CentOS release 6.3 (Final)
> Linux sigweb.signaturescience.com<http://sigweb.signaturescience.com><http://sigweb.signaturescience.com><http://sigweb.signaturescience.com> 2.6.32-279.19.1.el6.x86_64 #1 SMP Wed Dec 19 07:05:20 UTC 2012 x86_64 x86_64 x86_64 GNU/Linux
>
> OK so 64-bit CentOS 6...
> Can you confirm which version of Lasso 9 you have installed?
>
> Can you get the admin?
> http://ssnet.signaturescience.com/lasso9/admin
>
> In the shell can you force the parent directory has the appropriate permissions -
> # sudo chmod -R 644 /var/www/html/ssnet/
>
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Re: Lasso 9 and virtual hosts...

Jewett, Greg
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Steve…

Thanks for offering your hand in helping me out.   So I confirmed, putting a "test.html" file at the root level of my virtual host (/var/www/html/ssnet) and at the root level of the web server (/var/www/html/) and serving them works, no errors.

Permissions are perfect.  I only had to make one change to my httpd.conf file (virtual hosts section) to allow me to server from web root.  Otherwise, no matter what host I put on, it was serving the test.html file, from any directory, but as soon as I put in test.lasso (which exists in both location) it spits out the error stack.


<VirtualHost *:80>
    AddHandler lasso9-handler .lasso
    ServerAdmin [hidden email]<mailto:[hidden email]>
    DocumentRoot /var/www/html/ssnet
    ServerName ssnet.signaturescience.com<http://ssnet.signaturescience.com>
    ErrorLog logs/ssnet_error.log
    CustomLog logs/ssnet_access.log common
</VirtualHost>

<VirtualHost *:80>
    AddHandler lasso9-handler .lasso
    ServerAdmin [hidden email]<mailto:[hidden email]>
    ServerAlias signaturescience, *.signaturescience.com
    DocumentRoot /var/www/html/
    ServerName sigweb.signaturescience.com<http://sigweb.signaturescience.com>
    ErrorLog logs/sigweb_error.log
    CustomLog logs/sigweb_access.log common
</VirtualHost>




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On Feb 5, 2013, at 04:11 pm, Steve Piercy - Web Site Builder wrote:

Just to be sure, can you bypass Lasso and serve an image or
other non-Lasso file from the same directory as the Lasso file?

If so, then confirm ownership and permissions of both the file
and its parent directory.  The lasso user might not have
permission to Read the file or eXecute within the webroot.

$ls -al /Library/WebServer/Documents/l9
total 2232
drwxr-xr-x  53 stevepiercy  admin    1802 Nov 27 01:22 .
...
-rw-r--r--@  1 stevepiercy  staff   18448 Sep  6  2011 AuthorizeNet_AIM_9.inc
-rw-r--r--@  1 stevepiercy  staff     417 Sep  6  2011 AuthorizeNet_AIM_9.lasso

--steve


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Re: Lasso 9 and virtual hosts...

stevepiercy
Here's all I have in my l9 vhost:

     <VirtualHost *:80>
         ServerName l9
         ServerAlias 127.0.0.1
         DocumentRoot /Library/WebServer/Documents/l9
         AddHandler lasso9-handler .lasso
     </VirtualHost>

Dunno if ServerAlias is relevant.

In /etc/hosts, the corresponding entry:

     127.0.0.1 l9

Try doing that, bypassing your DNS, and load a web browser on
the host (or just 'curl http://server/test.lasso').  If that
works, then you know the issue is something with DNS.

--steve


On 2/6/13 at 11:26 AM, [hidden email] (Jewett,
Greg) pronounced:

>Steve…
>
>Thanks for offering your hand in helping me out.   So I
>confirmed, putting a "test.html" file at the root level of my
>virtual host (/var/www/html/ssnet) and at the root level of the
>web server (/var/www/html/) and serving them works, no errors.
>
>Permissions are perfect.  I only had to make one change to my
>httpd.conf file (virtual hosts section) to allow me to server
>from web root.  Otherwise, no matter what host I put on, it was
>serving the test.html file, from any directory, but as soon as
>I put in test.lasso (which exists in both location) it spits
>out the error stack.
>
>
><VirtualHost *:80>
>AddHandler lasso9-handler .lasso
>ServerAdmin [hidden email]<mailto:[hidden email]>
>DocumentRoot /var/www/html/ssnet
>ServerName ssnet.signaturescience.com<http://ssnet.signaturescience.com>
>ErrorLog logs/ssnet_error.log
>CustomLog logs/ssnet_access.log common
></VirtualHost>
>
><VirtualHost *:80>
>AddHandler lasso9-handler .lasso
>ServerAdmin [hidden email]<mailto:[hidden email]>
>ServerAlias signaturescience, *.signaturescience.com
>DocumentRoot /var/www/html/
>ServerName sigweb.signaturescience.com<http://sigweb.signaturescience.com>
>ErrorLog logs/sigweb_error.log
>CustomLog logs/sigweb_access.log common
></VirtualHost>
>
>
>
>
>________________________________
>Greg Jewett
>Senior Network and Domain Administrator
>Signature Science, LLC
>(512) 533-2027  [hidden email]<mailto:[hidden email]>
>Save a tree!  Don't print this e-mail unless it's necessary.
>Be the Solution!
>
>On Feb 5, 2013, at 04:11 pm, Steve Piercy - Web Site Builder wrote:
>
>Just to be sure, can you bypass Lasso and serve an image or
>other non-Lasso file from the same directory as the Lasso file?
>
>If so, then confirm ownership and permissions of both the file
>and its parent directory.  The lasso user might not have
>permission to Read the file or eXecute within the webroot.
>
>$ls -al /Library/WebServer/Documents/l9
>total 2232
>drwxr-xr-x  53 stevepiercy  admin    1802 Nov 27 01:22 .
>...
>-rw-r--r--@  1 stevepiercy  staff   18448 Sep  6  2011 AuthorizeNet_AIM_9.inc
>-rw-r--r--@  1 stevepiercy  staff     417 Sep  6  2011 AuthorizeNet_AIM_9.lasso
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