OK I finally got it to work on
http://<myserver.com>:8084/updates which brings my next question...
Does it have to run on 8084? why does the online doc mention just
Is there way like with mod_ajp that I can translate requests to
http://<myserver>/updates -> http://<myserver>:8084/updates?
Am I getting various versions of docs confused?
Lastly, No that I have http://<myserver>:8084/updates working, I'm not
getting any images in the page, the server.log shows....
[cherrypy.msg] INFO 2008-09-29 18:40:20,075 DEBUG: NOT FOUND
The bodhi-server rpm installs these files in
Where's the correct place to change the config to look there... In
app.conf or bodhi.conf and what's the var name to do this?
I apologize if this is not the correct like to post these questions, but
I'm not sure where the correct place is...
On Mon, 2008-09-29 at 18:27 -0600, Brian Kosick wrote:
I got the /var/log/bodhi logs to show up after
re-reading /etc/bodhi/bodhi.conf and uncommenting the handlers... I
still have the issue where I try to get to http://<MyServer>/updates, it
Also, for the koji certs
# Koji certs
client_cert = None
clientca_cert = None
serverca_cert = None
Is it looking for a user cert with just the username, or is it looking
for a cert with the servers FQDN? Also, what kind of entry in the koji
system do I have to add? a use or a host?
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