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    Apache + IIS On the same box?

    Just a quick one. I am currently rebuilding an old RM server. W2K3 box which will be used for WUS plus as a media / photo server. Now i know WUS uses IIS. I want to use MyQSL / Apache / Joomla / Gallery2 for the media serving stuff. Is this poss?

    Is it just a matter of different ports for IIS / Apache?

    Cheers in advance.

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    Re: Apache + IIS On the same box?

    Yeah, both will sit happily on the same box as long as they listen on different ports

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    Re: Apache + IIS On the same box?

    I`m running Moodle (plus Apache and EasyPHP) on a windows machine and the only way to get it to run is to turn off the IIS service. Maybe I`ve missed something but they don`t seem to be the best of friends!!!

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    Re: Apache + IIS On the same box?

    There is a setting that has to be changed for iis if you want apache to use port 80, as iis continues to keep it open even if you change port numbers. I'll have to see if I can find the kb. It can be done, as I did it :P

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    Re: Apache + IIS On the same box?

    Coolio

    Its a W2K3 Server SP1 Box.

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    Re: Apache + IIS On the same box?

    Hmmm...apparently you have to bind IIS to one IP and apache to another... so your NIC must have 2 IPs assigned to it.

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    Re: Apache + IIS On the same box?

    There is always something. Any links for more info?

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    Re: Apache + IIS On the same box?

    Quote Originally Posted by webman
    Hmmm...apparently you have to bind IIS to one IP and apache to another... so your NIC must have 2 IPs assigned to it.
    Hmm, let me check. So it does. Ah, that was it. Even if you assign iis to one ip, it still takes port 80 for all ips unless you change something. :?

    Ta-da! http://support.microsoft.com/kb/813368/EN-US/

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    Re: Apache + IIS On the same box?

    Who'd have thought "Setting metabase property DisableSocketPooling has no effect" would have anything to do with IIS port interference? 8O

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    Re: Apache + IIS On the same box?

    Why not just put 2 NICs in the box? Save you typing all those extra digits

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    Re: Apache + IIS On the same box?

    Quote Originally Posted by webman
    Who'd have thought "Setting metabase property DisableSocketPooling has no effect" would have anything to do with IIS port interference? 8O
    There is a kb for iis 5.0 that sets this property that doesn't work, which is why I had to find this one

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    Re: Apache + IIS On the same box?

    Quote Originally Posted by Ric_
    Why not just put 2 NICs in the box? Save you typing all those extra digits
    Seems a waste of a NIC card to me. How about using IP Aliasing instead?

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    Re: Apache + IIS On the same box?

    @Geoff: Depends on how many spare NICs you have (in my case loads) and how lazy you are.

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    Re: Apache + IIS On the same box?

    Same here Ric, at last count I had about 200 standard PCI NICs, about 10 64bit PCI 3Com Gbit ones, and 5 HP Posh dual port, load balancing NICs that are PCI-X etc.... as well as maybe 100 Fibre Nics and lots of PCMCIA ones as well! So I can always spare a few for extras. Just wish I had more that my new DL380s like as I had to use one of the posh HP ones for a job the other day as they dont like the standard 64bit ones

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    Re: Apache + IIS On the same box?

    @john: Stop showing off! I only have one HP fibre NIC, 3 shitty D-Link gigabit ones and maybe 20 regular PCI 10/100 adapters (plus the hand full of PCMCIA ones that appear from God knows where).

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